20 Nov 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).
Andar – Ando
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 (tú / vosotros / vosotras). Their meaning is second person, but they use the third person verb form.
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.)