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Spanish Present Tense

The present tense corresponds to I leave and I am leaving in English.

To form the present tense for the three main types of verbs in Spanish, remove the -ar, -er or -ir and add the following endings :

hablar to speak

habl-oI speak
habl-asyou speak (sing, fam)
habl-ahe / she speaks, you speak (sing, pol)
habl-amos we speak
habl-áisyou speak (pl, fam)
habl-anthey speak, you speak (pl, pol)

comer to eat

com-oI eat
com-esyou eat (sing, fam)
com-ehe / she eats, you eat (sing, pol)
com-emos we eat
com-éisyou eat (pl, fam)
com-enthey eat, you eat (pl, pol)

recibir to receive

recib-oI receive
recib-esyou receive (sing, fam)
recib-ehe / she receives, you receive (sing, pol)
recib-imos we receive
recib-ísyou receive (pl, fam)
recib-enthey receive, you receive (pl, pol)

Some common verbs are irregular :

haber to have

heI have
hasyou have
hahe / she has, you have (sing, pol)
hemos we have
hab-éis you have (pl, fam)
hanthey have, you have (pl, pol)

tener to have  venir to come
 
tengovengo
tienesvienes
tieneviene
ten-emosven-imos
ten-éisven-ís
tienenvienen

ir to go  dar to give
 
voydoy
vasd-as
vad-a
vamosd-amos
vaisd-ais
vand-an

poder to be able  querer to want
 
puedoquiero
puedesquieres
puedequiere
pod-emosquer-emos
pod-éisquer-éis
puedenquieren

The first person singular (the I form) of the following verbs is irregular :

decir to saydigo
hacer to do, to make hago
poner to putpongo
saber to know
salir to go outsalgo

 
 
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