How to Conjugate Spanish Verbs

Como conjugar verbos en español

Introduction Introducción
Verb conjugations are the various forms that verbs take based on who (or what) preforms the action of a clause and when.

Compared to other languages like English, Spanish has a high number of verb conjugation forms. If you don't know the subject pronouns yet, it is best to learn those first to understand what is meant by first-, second- and third-person.
Moods and Tenses Modos y tiempos verbales
Mood refers to whether the expression of the action is intended to be factual (indicative), desired or conceptual (subjunctive), mandated (imperative) or used as another sort of modifier.

Tense describes when the temporal aspects of the action such occurs whether it takes place in the past, present or future.

Prototype Verbs

Verbos Prototipos

Play hablar
to talk to speak
Play saber
to know
Play comer
to eat
Play escribir
to write
Play entender
to understand
Play contar
to recount to tell to count
Play pedir
to ask for to order
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