In Spanish, all verbs end in either -ar, -er or -ir. In this lesson, we are going to learn how to conjugate Spanish AR ending “regular” verbs in the present tense. I say “regular” because there are irregular verbs in Spanish, in which either the stem or the root of the verb changes differently.
Spanish regular “AR” verbs have the following endings respective to the particular subject pronoun — meaning you drop the “ar” from the verb and add the following:
-a (él, ella, usted)
-an (ellos, ellas, ustedes)
There you go, simple as that. Take a look at an example:
Enviar (to send) - Yo envio, Tú envias, Usted envia, nosotros enviamos, ellos envian.
Here are some common Spanish regular “AR” verbs:
Tomar (to take, to drink)
Hablar (to talk)
Manejar (to drive)
Bailar (to dance)
Nadar (to swim)
Caminar (to walk)