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Spanish Present Indicative. Regular

When we conjugate a verb in a verb tense, we change the verb ending for another ending.

In the case of the verb andar (1st conjugation), we change the ending -ar for the ending -o (1st person singular, present indicative).

AndarAndo

In the following table, we’ll look at the specific endings for the present indicative of regular verbs, since irregular verbs have other types of variations.

≈ Forms of the present indicative. Regular verbs.

 

The second person plural (vosotros / vosotras) always has an accent (´).

Vosotros amáis, peináis, pensáis, partís, teméis, etc.

 

*Usted / Ustedes: these are the polite and formal forms of the second person ( / vosotros / vosotras). Their meaning is second person, but they use the third person verb form.

Examples:

Yo estudio español todos los días. (I study Spanish every day.)

 

Nosotros bebemos mucha agua. (We drink a lot of water.)

 

Ellas escriben para un periódico muy importante. (They write for a very important newspaper.)

 

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