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I Teach You Spanish!I call these verbs the rebels; They
break so many rules you almost have to learn them one at a time.But no need to panic. If it helps,
remember we have them in English too:
Tell/told/told OR, wake/woke/woken.聽We
learned them as kids and took them for granted.
And so it should be with Spanish.
First the sentences...I will explain
later.Yo cierro la ventana cuando estudio porque hay mucho ruido afuera.I close the window when I
study because there's too much noise outsideTu piensas que los examenes son
muy dificiles?
Do you think the exams are too
difficult?Ellos juegan beisbol todas las
tardes a las 5They play baseball every evening at 5El recuerda todas las canciones
He remembers all the songsExplanationNoticed how the stem word e in
cerrar (close) changed to ie when
conjugated?A regular ar verb like caminar (walk)聽聽would
have the ar ending dropped like so:Yo camino, tu caminas, el camina, etc.Following that same,聽regular聽verb pattern <a href="">learn spanish words</a> and saying, 聽yo cerro, tu cerras
etc, would be INCORRECT.
Yo cierroTu cierrasEl cierraNosotros cerramosEllos cierranIn the second sentence we used pensar
we don't <a href="">learn spanish fast</a> just drop ar ending, instead we change the e to
ie:Yo piensoTu piensasEl piensaNosotros pensamosEllos piensanExamples:Short paragraph
using jugar (play)Las chicas juegan
en el parque con sus amigas todos los domingos. Mi mama las lleva en
su coche antes de ir a la iglesia.Algunas veces se
aburren un poco y caminan a la tienda a comprar dulces <a href="">learn spanish audio cd</a> y sodas.
Entonces mama pierde mucho tiempo esperando que
regresen del parque.The girls play
at the park with their friends every Sunday. My mom takes
them in her car before leaving to Church.Sometimes they get
bored and walk to the store to buy candy and sodas. (then, in this
case meaning when this <a href="">best way to learn spanish</a> happens) my mom wastes a lot of time waiting
for them to get back to the park.See if you can
conjugate other irregular verbs.
Try these to start...Empezar (start)Encontrar (find)Entender
(understand)Querer (want)Next lesson:
Irregular verbs continuedHasta entonces!Luz

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