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Ch 10: AR Verbs in Spanish: Present Tense Conjugation and Vocabulary List

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Watch Spanish video lessons and learn about how to conjugate -ar verbs in the present tense. Also learn vocabulary for activities. Complete the quizzes that follow each lesson to gauge your understanding.

AR Verbs: Present Tense Conjugation and Vocabulary List - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

Without a good understanding of how to conjugate verbs, your advancement in speaking Spanish wouldn't get very far. You need verbs to make a sentence and you need those verbs to be conjugated correctly so they make sense. In this chapter the focus is on conjugating verbs ending in -ar. You will learn how to conjugate verbs like hablar, estudiar, tocar and usar. This chapter is very thorough, providing you with lessons that also allow you to practice what you have learned. What you can expect from these lessons include:

  • Learning to conjugate common -ar verbs
  • Understanding how to make your subjects and verbs agree
  • Handling the formal and informal 'you'
  • Practicing conjugation of the verbs you have learned
  • Learning vocabulary for favorite activities

VideoObjectives
Common -AR Verbs in Spanish Study how to conjugate verbs that include hablar, estudiar, tocar, usar, bailar, practicar, ensenar, dibujar and necesitar.
Conjunction of Regular -AR Verbs in Spanish Discover subject-verb agreement, how to conjugate regular -ar verbs and the concept of formal vs. informal 'you'.
Practice Conjugating Regular -AR Verbs in Spanish Get some hands on practice with conjugating regular -ar verbs.
Talking About Activities: Practice Activity with -AR Verbs Read and listen to formal and informal conversations where individuals talk about activities they enjoy. You'll get more practice with -ar verbs and learn new vocabulary in the process.

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