Spanish Conjugation

SPANISH CONJUGATION

Definition:Spanish conjugation is to modify a verb from its basic form. Conjugation may be affected by person, number, gender, tense, aspect, mood, voice, or other grammatical categories.

In Spanish conjugation, there are many categories of verbs. The category is determined by the last two letters of the infinitive, Spanish uses conjugation much more extensively than English.

Examples:

  • My Mother is working in a company.
  • Mi madre está trabajando en una compañía.
  • My mother worked in a company
  • Mi mama trabajó en una compañía
  • My mother will work in a company
  • Mi mama trabajara en una compañía

Conjugation in Spanish

We must remember that Spanish infinitives always have -ar,-er or -ir endings.

arerir
CaminarWalkCorrerRunMorirDead
CocinarCookComerEatReirLaugh

Example of conjugation : (Comer = Eat

InfiniviteParticipleGerund
Comerto eatComiendoeatingComidoeaten

Indicative

Present tense

Comer
SpanishEnglish
yoComoIeat
ComesYoueat
Él/ellaComeHe/Sheeats
nosotrosComemosWeeat
vosotrosComeisYoueat
ellosComenTheyeat

Preterit

Comer
SpanishEnglish
yoComíIate
ComisteYouate
élComióHe/Sheate
nosotrosComimosWeate
vosotrosComisteisYouate
ellosComieronTheyate

Imperfect

Comer
SpanishEnglish
yoComíaIate
ComíasYouate
élComíaHe/Sheate
nosotrosComíamosWeate
vosotrosComíaisYouate
ellosComíanTheyate

Conditional

Comer
SpanishEnglish
yoComeríaIWould eat
ComeríasYouWould eat
élComeríaHe/SheWould eat
nosotrosComeríamosWeWould eat
vosotrosComeríaisYouWould eat
ellosComeríanTheyWould eat

Future

Comer
SpanishEnglish
yoComeréIWill eat
ComerásYouWill eat
élComeráHe/SheWill eat
nosotrosComeremosWeWill eat
vosotrosComeréisYouWill eat
ellosComeránTheyWill eat

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