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Vicente y Francisco / jugar / al vóleibol los domingos Adela y yo / empezar / a tomar clases de tenis ustedes / volver / de Cancún el viernes los jugadores de béisbol / recordar / el partido importante la profesora / mostrar / las palabras del vocabulario Adán / preferir / escalar la montaña de noche (yo) / entender / el plan de estudios (tú) / cerrar / los libros y te vas a dormir

Bethany Evans

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Annie Barnes on January 19, 2018

We will use this exercise using the concept of the Spanish Present indicative Forms. In Spanish, the present tense (the present, or the present indicative) is used to talk about habitual actions, routines, the things that are happening now or in the near future, universal truths, facts, scenarios, time periods, and to ask in restaurants and shops. There are both regular and irregular indicative forms. Therefore, we have regular and irregular in present indicative forms. In Spanish, you can recognize some of the endings of the regular verbs, one for-ar verbs, one for-er verbs, and one for ir verbs. Therefore, if you want to conjugate an ar verb, remove the infinitive ending-ar and add the ending that matches the subject. On the other hand, if you want to conjugate an er verb, remove the infinitive ending er and add the ending that matches the subject. Finally, to conjugate a verb to go, take the infinitive ends in ir and add the ending that matches the subject.There are some changes when you use the present indicative I verb, these changes to build the irregular form. In this way, the verbs that end in guir, ger or gir undergo a spelling change in the present indicative yo forms. In the first place, for verbs that end in-guir, the " I " form ends in-go. In the second place, for the verbs that end in ger or gir, the g in the yo form changes to a j. On the other hand, there are some exceptions in relation with the ar, er and ir verbs, so there are some of these types of verbs that have an irregular shape.Therefore, the solution of this problem is as follows:1. Vicente and Francisco play Volleyball on Sundays. Play: Verb that ends in ar2. Adela and I started taking tennis lessons. Start: Verb that ends in ar3. You get back from Cancun on Friday Re: Verb that ends in er4. Baseball players remind you of the party importanteRecordar: Verb that ends in ar5. The teacher shows the words of the vocabularioMostrar: Verb that ends in ar6. Adam prefers to climb the mountain of nochePreferir: Verb that ends in ir7. I understand the plan of studies to Understand: Verb that ends in er8. You close your books and you're going to dormirCerrar: Verbs that end in ar

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