فيديو شرح Learn Spanish 17: Spanish verbs that end in ER Video 1/2 ضمن كورس اللغة الاسبانية | مستوى مبتدأ شرح قناة Aprender Idiomas y Cultura General con Rodrigo، الفديو رقم 71 مجانى معتمد اونلاين
You can find all my lessons at http://www.spanishfreelessonsonline.com/list-lessons/ or at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v8J281hMF2oE&listPLKQEL9j11yiUQ5SWdkc6ZT6A1NRoaskst Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/339902716169323/ Spanish verbs that end in ER (2nd category of Spanish verbs) As we have mentioned in Lesson 8 (1st classification of Spanish verbs: verbs that end with AR) Spanish verbs are classified in 3 groups: Spanish verbs that end in AR Spanish verbs that end in ER Spanish verbs that end in IR The first group may be the biggest of the three, while the third one may be the smallest. In this class I will talk about the second group: Spanish verbs that end in ER. And I will show you how to conjugate the following Spanish verbs in the Simple Present. LEER - to read COMER - to eat BEBER - to drink Verbo LEER en PRESENTE SIMPLE (Simple Present) Yo leo - I read Tú lees - you read (informal) Usted lee - you read (formal) Él/ella lee - he/she reads Nosotros leemos - we read Vosotros leéis - you read (plural - this is the form used in Spain) Ustedes leen - you read (plural - this is the form used in Latin-America) Ellos leen - They read Verbo COMER en PRESENTE SIMPLE (Simple Present) Yo como Tú comes Usted come Él/ella come Nosotros comemos Vosotros coméis Ustedes comen Ellos comen Verbo BEBER en PRESENTE SIMPLE (Simple Present) Yo bebo Tú bebes Usted bebe Él/ella bebe Nosotros bebemos Vosotros bebéis Ustedes beben Ellos beben As you can see, the root of the root of the verbs are unbold, and the endings are all in bold letters. Look how the pattern is the same regardless of the verb. The root verb that we are conjugating (without the ER ending) plus the ending, which is the same for every verb (depending on who the subject is). So, you need to learn the correct endings and you will be able to conjugate all the regular verbs. Fortunately most Spanish verbs are regular :-D You can find a full list of all the video lessons (including more on Spanish sentences) by clicking on the List of Lessons tab on the Main Menu. Although we will be focussing more on vocabulary and grammar, pay attention to the Spanish pronunciation in these video lessons, and remember to practice repeating the same words and sounds. To enlarge the video-screen to full-screen size, click on the right icon on the lower right corner of the video.