What are the endings for the AR verbs?
The present tense endings for regular -ar verbs are: -o, -as, -a, -amos, -áis, -an. You usually don’t need to give a pronoun in Spanish as the ending of the verb makes it clear who or what is doing the action.
What is an example of AR verbs in Spanish?
Common regular -ar verbs
|ganar||to win, earn|
|gastar||to spend, waste|
What is the AR ending for Nosotras?
|Present tense -AR verbs|
|nosotros / nosotras||habl-||+ amos|
|vosotros / vosotras||habl-||+ áis|
|ellos / ellas||habl-||+ an|
What Spanish words end in AR?
As we said above, there are many verbs ending in AR in Spanish as important and useful as hablar (to speak), trabajar (to work), estudiar (to study), andar (to walk), viajar (travel), desayunar (to eat breakfast), esperar (to wait, to hope), bailar (to dance), comprar (to buy), amar (to love), ayudar (to help), buscar …
What are all the verb endings for regular AR verbs in the preterite tense?
The Spanish preterite tense is one of five forms used to describe actions or events that occurred in the past….The preterite is used to describe actions which have been completed.
|Person||Verbs ending in -ar||Verbs ending in -er and -ir|
|él, ella, usted||-ó||-ió|
What is the AR ending for El Ella usted?
Spanish Preterite Tense – Regular Preterite Verb Endings
|Pronoun||Verbs ending in -ar||Verbs ending in -er or -ir|
|Él / Ella / Usted||-ó||-ió|
|Nosotros / Nosotras||-amos||-imos|
|Vosotros / Vosotras||-asteis||-isteis|
|Ellos / Ellas / Ustedes||-aron||-ieron|
What is the er ending for yo?
Simple Present Tense Endings