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Spanish Progressive Tense - Chapter Summary
Practice conjugating Spanish verbs in the progressive tense with this collection of study tools. These lessons outline the progressive tense conjugation rules and use basic verbs as examples, including ''to dance'', '' to eat'' and ''to believe''.
Each lesson comes with a short quiz help you practice conjugating regular and irregular verbs in the progressive tense. These lessons are available whenever it's convenient, and you can ask our instructors any questions if they arise. Upon completion of this chapter, you should be able to:
- Conjugate ''bailar'' and ''creer'' in present progressive and imperfect progressive tenses
- Know how to properly conjugate verbs in the present progressive tense, such as ''comer'' and ''conducir''
- Understand the rules for conjugating regular and irregular verbs in the progressive tense
1. Bailar Progressive Conjugation: Present & Imperfect
''Bailar'' means to dance. It's a fun verb that speaks of an action that is part of the Spanish-speaking culture. This lesson demonstrates the conjugation of ''bailar'' in the present progressive tense and imperfect progressive tense.
2. Comer Present Progressive Conjugation
By using the present progressive tense with the verb ''comer'' ('to eat'), you can say in Spanish what, where, with whom, etc. you are eating. Learn a basic formula so you never get it wrong.
3. Conducir Present Progressive Conjugation
''Conducir'' means 'to drive' and since this is a common activity, you need to know how to express it in the present progressive tense. This lesson displays this tense and some practical vocabulary that goes with the verb.
4. Creer Spanish Progressive Conjugation: Present & Imperfect
In this lesson we will learn how to use the verb ''creer'' ('to believe') in the present progressive tense and the imperfect progressive tense. In this way, you can tell people what you are believing in and what you used to believe in.
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