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Gustar

How to Conjugate Gustar

Gustar is a verb. Although the literal translation is “something is pleasing to you or to someone else”, Gustar is used to talk about things that you or someone likes.

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Definite Article in Spanish

Definite Articles in Spanish, In Spanish, you have to choose between four definite articles: el, la, los, and las. In Spanish, all nouns (including words for things) are either masculine or feminine this is called their gender. And just as in English they can also be either singular or plural.

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Ir conjugation

Ir is an irregular verb. That means that it does not follow the pattern of regular -ir verbs. Do not think that it is an -ir verb. It is not. Ir is an irregular verb.

Let’s start by learning the conjugation of the verb ir: to go.

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Estar conjugation

Estar is an irregular verb. The conjugations of Estar are:

Yo → estoy
Tú (you informal) → estás
Èl/Ella/ Ud (you formal) → está
Nosotros (nosotras) → estamos
Vosotros (vosotras) → estáis
Ellos/Ellas/Uds. → están

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Conjugate Tener que + infinitive.

Tener que + infinitive

Tener que + infinitive. The “tener” part of that formula has to be conjugated to allow us to know who is the person that has to do something. 

Learn the Conjugation of Ar with FREE Video lessons, charts, Examples & worksheets.

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er-and-ir-verbs

To conjugate er and ir verbs you remove the ending (-er or -ir) and you add a new ending based on the subject or person performing the action.

Conjugating regular -er & -ir verbs works exactly the same way we learned how to conjugate -ar verbs, however, we have different endings. 

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How to Conjugate ar verbs

Conjugating ar Verbs

To conjugate an -ar verb you remove the ending (-ar) and you add a new ending based on the subject or person performing the action.

Learn the Conjugation of Ar with FREE Video lessons, charts, Examples & worksheets.

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Adjectives in Spanish

Adjectives in Spanish

Adjectives in Spanish just like in English describe a noun. In Spanish, adjectives must agree in gender and number to the noun that they describe. In simple terms: If the noun is feminine and singular, the adjective should be feminine and singular. If the noun is plural and masculine, the adjective should be masculine and plural. 

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