Lesson 10 – Conjugation “ER/IR” Spanish Regular Verbs In The Present Tense

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Now it’s time to learn how to conjugate the Spanish regular verbs in the present tense than end in either “ER” or “IR.” But hey, there’s some good news here! Both “ER” and “IR” ending verbs in Spanish have the same root conjugations except for Nosotros. Here are the root endings that you will replace the “ER” or “IR” with:

-o (yo)
-es (tú)
-e (él, ella, usted)
-emos (nosotros – “ER” verbs) or -imos (nosotros – “IR” verbs)
-en (ellos, ellas, ustedes)
Simple as that. Let’s take a look at some examples:

ER Verbs

Comer (to eat) – yo como, ella come, nosotros comemos, ustedes comen.
Beber (to drink) – tú bebes

IR Verbs

Vivir (to live) – yo vivo, él vive, nosotros vivimos, ellos viven
Recibir (to receive) – tú recibes
Note: Just like AR verbs, there are also ER and IR verbs that are irregular or and in the present tense undergo a special change in the stem (front part) of the verb. These we will get into later.

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One Response to “Lesson 10 – Conjugation “ER/IR” Spanish Regular Verbs In The Present Tense”

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