plz could somebody help me to firgure out wat "usamos" mean''? is it " use"''? wen i use the edictionary, there are some words which don't exist
yeah got it
awesome thank you very much
i see. i 've just learned the rule to change verbs into diffenrent kinds according to their subjects. thank u very much
thank you very much. it's very detailed and helpful. hope for ur help in the future
Yes, it's a wonderful feedback, the more you teach the more your learn
Regular verbs ending in -ar are conjugated by removing its end, and adding these suffixes:
-o (yo / I)
-as (tú / you)
-a (él / he)
-áis (vosotros/you guys )
(I have omitted the female forms to simplify a bit)
For example, usar becomes us- without the ending, so you get:
Likewise, amar becomes am-:
Dont worry Dunia. We are all here to help but most of all, to learn.
For the future, try double clicking on your word "usamos" and it will take you to the dictionary. There you will see a suggested word "usar". Click on this and it will give you the whole conjugation.
It was a reply to Vernic post, I thought that it was understandable, sorry, I try my best to make things clear but I don't always get it.
Tú USAS (second person singular of the verb USAR) = you use
Unfortunately "conjugated" terms of a verb such as "usamos" are not always entered in dictionaries. They normally list the infinitive of the verb. You have to work out what the infinitive is, which being a beginner, is probably very difficult.
Usamos = verb "Usar/To use", plural thirt person.
Yo uso = I use.
Tu use = You use.
El/Ella usa = He/She use.
Nosotros usamos = We use.
Ustedes usan = You use.
Ellos usan = They use.