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"In Spanish, many useful expressions are formed by combining two verbs. When this occurs, the first verb is conjugated, while the second verb remains in the infinitive form. Voy a llevar a mi hermana a su casa."
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"abrir to open andar to walk / to go aprender to learn arreglar to fix / to arrange / to straighten asistir a to attend ayudar a to help bailar to dance beber to drink buscar to look for calificar to grade cambiar to change cantar to sing charlar to chat cocinar to cook comer to eat completar to complete comprar to buy conjugar to conjugate contestar to answer continuar to continue correr to run cortar to cut coser to sew crear to create creer to think / to believe cruzar to cross deber "should" "ought to" or to owe decidir to decide dejar to leave / to let describir to describe desear to want / to desire dibujar to draw discutir to discuss disfrutar to enjoy enseñar to teach entrar to enter escribir to write escuchar to listen esperar to wait / to hope / to expect estudiar to study firmar to sign fumar to smoke ganar to win / to earn / to gain gastar to spend / to waste gozar (de infinitive) to enjoy hablar to talk / to speak lavar to wash leer to read llamar to call llegar to arrive llorar to cry luchar to fight / to struggle / to wrestle mandar to send manejar to drive mirar to look / to watch molestar to bother / to annoy montar to ride (bike) nadar to swim necesitar to need olvidar to forget organizar to organize pagar to pay participar to participate pasar to pass by / to happen pegar to hit permitir to permit / to allow pescar to fish pintar to paint platicar to chat practicar to practice preguntar to ask preparar to prepare prometer to promise quitar to remove recibir to receive regresar to return repasar to review respetar to respect responder to respond romper to break sacar to take (out) / to get (something) saludar to greet terminar to finish tocar to touch / to play an instrument tomar to take (in) / to drink trabajar to work tratar (de) to try (to) usar to use vender to sell viajar to travel visitar to visit vivir to live votar to vote orar to pray gritar to scream / to yell llevar to wear / to carry"
i have tht in my word doc how do you combine them to make new words like for example habloamos
huh im stuck wht do those mean
Gritar-emos= we scream
y do we scream for?
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now You try a word. c:
Try the Word Sacar c:
Do you understand now? :o
a lil bit better now thx
can i fan u in case i need more help
"For" is translated "para". Infinitives in Spanish ended in -ar, -er, -ir. You have to conjugate them depending on this endings, on the person (first, second, third) and on the tense (past, present, future, etc.) The big problem to "not-Spanish" speakers is this one, because in this language there are several conjugations. Maybe these sites can help you to understand conjugation in Spanish. Then, you have to practice to get it thoroughly: http://www.rae.es/diccionario-panhispanico-de-dudas/apendices/modelos-de-conjugacion-verbal http://blocs.xtec.cat/esocordemarialabisbal/files/2013/11/tiempos-verbales-del-castellano-verbos-regulares.pdf If you need more help, only ask me.