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conjigating the verb forms

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can any one show me an easier way to get the verbs down? i dont know when i am supposed to use the e, en, es, or the rest of them,, its makin me very cranky with learnin cause it seems like i can never get it right.
thank you in advance for any help.

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updated ENE 5, 2009
posted by jennifer16

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Pick a verb of each of the 3 conjugations that are fairly regular, in all moods and tenses, say, hablar, comer, and escribir. Insert them, one at a time into the conjugation tab. Now look at the overal picture of how the verb is conjugated in all mood and tenses. Sometimes seeing the overall puzzle picture helps us better understand the single puzzle piece. Don't worry about specifics, just try to see the patterns.

updated ENE 5, 2009
posted by 0074b507
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You can start by spelling conjugating right, then look at the three basic verb forms -
those that end in ar, er and ir. Look at present tense first. All of the "regular" verbs follow a basic pattern.

Try 'amar' 'comer' and 'vivir' as examples of the three forms.

Irregular verbs can be learned after you learn the basic forms of regular verbs.

updated ENE 5, 2009
posted by Mark-W
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