Does spanish have grammer,verbs,present & past tense just like in english?
I wanna learn spanish but when i was learning it halfway,
i ponder whether if spanish language got grammers,verbs,adverbs,conjunctions,present & past tenses,past participle etc....
& also example in english, past tense just put 'ed'
a lot just put 's' like looks
doing something now just put 'ing' like 'looking'
then in spanish if is in past tense,a lot or doing something now do we put 'ed','s' or 'ing' behing the words just like the way we use for english
What are talking about? Past and present tenses are associated with verbs. Do you mean something else? As Sara has said, the conjugator answers your questions except for the plural where we add an "s" or "es", I believe and I may be mistaken, not too sure about all cases, the spanish also add an "s" or "es", just as we do. Where we add "ed", the past participle, the conjugator will show you what it is in Spanish, normally "ado" or "ido" depending on the verb. Where we add an "ing" the gerund, the conjugator will show that it is normally "ando" or "iendo", depending on the verb.
i know what u mean but conjugation is only on verbs how about present & past tense'
the conjugation tab has many verbs that can be looked into. They include past, future and present tenses, formal and informal and some (because I, too, am still learning) subjuctivos i have no idea what they are, but soon I will be learning what they do
i did do a little trick earlier today, just see... I copy pasted some of the lists of the word creer into the translator..... I was amazed
Trust me. Try it