anonymous
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Spanish Question 1
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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anonymous
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5. Yo ando en bicicleta. andas en bicicleta. anda en bicicleta. andamos en bicicleta.
anonymous
  • anonymous
To answer this question, we need to know how to conjugate Spanish verbs. (Specifically, verbs that end with AR.) To make it simple, there are three different kinds of Spanish verbs: 1. Verbs that end with AR 2. Verbs that end with ER 3. Verbs that end with IR. We conjugate those three kinds of verbs in different ways. I'm gonna show you how to conjugate AR verbs. This question is talking about the verb "andar," which means "to go about." ("Andar en bicicleta" kind of means "to get around on bicycle.") As you can see, "andar" is a AR verb. And I'm about to show you how to conjugate AR verbs, like "andar." The first thing we need to do is take off the AR ending. So after that, we're left with AND__ And then, we can add new endings onto AND__ in order to change its form. Here are all the forms of "andar." (Yo) ANDO (Tú) ANDAS (Él/Ella/Usted) ANDA (Nosotros) ANDAMOS (Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes) ANDAN You see? To get all the different forms, we add different endings. And the endings that we can add are....O, AS, A, AMOS, and AN. Depending on which ending we add, the verb form changes. For example, "Yo" means "I." So, "Yo ANDO en bicicleta" means "I get around on bicycle." Tú means You Él/Ella means He/She Nosotros means We And Ellos means They. ~~~~~~~~~~~ Your question is asking you to pick the one with "andar" in the Yo form. Just look at all the forms of andar, that I've shown you. It should be pretty simple. If you have any questions though, please ask.

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