The present tense endings for regular -ar verbs are: -o, -as, -a, -amos, -áis, -an. You usually don’t need to give a pronoun in Spanish as the ending of the verb makes it clear who or what is doing the action.
What are the 5 AR verb endings?
-Ar verbs have six endings: o, as, a, amos, áis, an. To conjugate the verb, we remove the -ar and add our endings: ‘Hablar’ becomes ‘habl-.
What are verbs that end in AR?
As we said above, there are many verbs ending in AR in Spanish as important and useful as hablar (to speak), trabajar (to work), estudiar (to study), andar (to walk), viajar (travel), desayunar (to eat breakfast), esperar (to wait, to hope), bailar (to dance), comprar (to buy), amar (to love), ayudar (to help), buscar
What are the endings for verbs?
Most regular verbs form their past tense by adding -ed to the base: accept/accepted. A few verbs form the past tense with a -t ending: build/built. A common spelling error occurs with words that end with the sound /t/, but are spelled with –ed. For example, wrecked, might be misspelled as “wreckt.”
What are all the verb endings for regular AR verbs in the imperfect tense?
To form the imperfect tense of -ar verbs, take off the -ar ending and add the endings: -aba, -abas, -aba, -ábamos, -abais, -aban. To form the imperfect tense of -er and -ir verbs, take off the -er and -ir endings and add the endings: -ía, -ías, -ía, -íamos, -íais, -ían. ser, ir and ver are irregular in the imperfect.
What are the 3 endings of infinitive verbs in Spanish?
Spanish verbs in the infinitive form have one of these three endings: ar, er, ir. The infinitive form means the verb is not conjugated.