usamos

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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

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updated JUN 19, 2008
posted by dearbaby

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yeah got it

updated JUN 19, 2008
posted by dearbaby
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awesome thank you very much

updated JUN 19, 2008
posted by dearbaby
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i see. i 've just learned the rule to change verbs into diffenrent kinds according to their subjects. thank u very much

updated JUN 19, 2008
posted by dearbaby
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thank you very much. it's very detailed and helpful. hope for ur help in the future smile

updated JUN 19, 2008
posted by dearbaby
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Yes, it's a wonderful feedback, the more you teach the more your learn

updated JUN 5, 2008
posted by Dunia
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Regular verbs ending in -ar are conjugated by removing its end, and adding these suffixes:

-o (yo / I)
-as (tú / you)
-a (él / he)
-amos (nosotros/we)
-áis (vosotros/you guys )
-an (ellos/they)

(I have omitted the female forms to simplify a bit)

For example, usar becomes us- without the ending, so you get:

us-o
us-as
us-a
us-amos
us-áis
us-an

Likewise, amar becomes am-:

am-o
am-as
am-a
am-amos
am-áis
am-an

updated JUN 5, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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Dont worry Dunia. We are all here to help but most of all, to learn.

updated JUN 5, 2008
posted by Eddy
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dearbaby
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.

updated JUN 5, 2008
posted by Eddy
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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

updated JUN 5, 2008
posted by Dunia
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dearbaby
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.

updated JUN 5, 2008
posted by Eddy
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Tú USAS

updated JUN 5, 2008
posted by Dunia
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Usamos = verb "Usar/To use", plural thirt person.
Singular
Yo uso = I use.
Tu use = You use.
El/Ella usa = He/She use.
Plural
Nosotros usamos = We use.
Ustedes usan = You use.
Ellos usan = They use.

updated JUN 5, 2008
posted by Vernic