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How do I get a list of verb conjugation endings?

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I would like a list of both present tense and preterit past endings for verbs, where they are listed all on one page and in columns beside each other. I would like one sample from each of the regular -ar, -er, and -ir verbs as well as the present and preterit past for the following commonly used irregular verbs: hacer, decir, tener, ver, estar, ser, and ir> Please help provide this for me or refer me to where one is available. It would be very helpful in the little Spanish classes I teach. Thank you. sg

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updated SEP 11, 2012
posted by SharonGray

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Your request is, basically, unreasonable. There are pages that treat the inflections of verbs (but almost always treat -ar -er -ir verbs separately, that being the traditional manner of presentation). The separate treatment of specific verbs/conjugations has a long history (which many find helpful). The information is all there, although, perhaps, not on a single page, nor in a format directed specifically to your particular needs.

In what way is your complaint different from asking, "Why doesn't someone write a book that is directed to my specific needs and that answers my specific questions in the format that I would find most useful?"

updated SEP 11, 2012
posted by samdie
Your present ar verb endings for present regular verb are: yo -o, tu -as, el,ella,usted -a, nosotros -amos, ellos -an. Now how about the rest of the verb tenses. - sarahleiser, SEP 11, 2012
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I find it amazing that you're teaching a Spanish class and don't already have this information at your fingertips.

A few days ago I posted a spreadsheet that has over 100 verbs conjugated. Take a look at it here: [Download Link][1]

If the link doesn't work, just copy and paste the following link into your browser.

[1]: http://www.caisoftware.com/downloads/100 Most Commonly Used Spanish Verbs with Conjugations.xls

updated ENE 21, 2010
posted by Jack-OBrien
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Hola and Welcome to SpanishDict Sharon!

I am not sure if this is exactly what you are looking for, but on this site there is a conjugator that you could use to make it easier. smile

Hope this was somewhat helpful.

updated ENE 21, 2010
edited by hlsbookworm
posted by hlsbookworm
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Hola,

Si vas al Diccionario de la Real Academia y buscas el verbo, puedes hacer clic en la palabra y ver cómo se conjuga en verbo. No muestra ejemplos del uso, pero te puede ayudar.

updated ENE 21, 2010
posted by LuisaGomezBartle
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Have you every seen the pocket, paperback books that list varying numbers of Spanish verbs? (300-600, et. al)

They usually show what you will see in the conjugator as well as sample sentences, the present and past participles, and anything else pertinent to the verb.

They are a rather indispensable tool for serious language students.

updated ENE 21, 2010
posted by 0074b507
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