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01 Present Tense: Regular -IR verbs

¡Hola! In this video lesson we’re going to be talking (finally!) about regular -IR verbs in the present tense. We just say “regular” because all you have to worry about changing on these are the endings. 😉

It’s fairly simple. You also might notice it’s almost exactly like regular -ER verbs when you change them.

Leave any questions, comments or suggestions below this video. 🙂

verb help:

present vivir

verbs like vivir:

  • abrir – to open
  • asistir (a)– to attend
  • confundir – to confuse
  • describir – to describe
  • descubrir – to discover
  • escribir – to write
  • recibir -to receive
  • subir – to go up, to raise

Vocabulario:
sustantivos (nouns)

  • quién(es) – who
  • el alumno – student
  • el amigo – friend
  • el cumpleaños – birthday
  • el extranjero – abroad
  • el dinero – money
  • el gobierno – government
  • el libro – book
  • el maestro – teacher
  • el océano – ocean
  • la ayuda – help
  • la casa – house
  • la gente – people
  • la novia – girlfriend
  • la universidad – college / university
  • las mujeres – women
  • las paredes – walls
  • los Árboles – trees
  • los delfines – dolphins
  • los hombres – men
  • una iglesia – a church

verbos (verbs):

  • hacer trampa – to cheat
    • hacen trampa – they cheat
  • tener que – to have to (do something)
    • tienen que escribir – they have to write

otro (other):

  • algunos / algunas – some
  • a menudo – often
  • casi – almost
  • de – of, from
  • en – in, on
  • ese / esa – that
  • feo/fea – ugly
  • ideal – ideal, perfect
  • le – to/for him/her/you (formal)
  • mi(s) – my
  • mucho – a lot
  • nunca – never
  • para – for
  • su(s) – his, her, your (formal), their, your (plural)
  • tan – so
  • todos – all

Related video(s):

  1. Present Tense AR verbs; yo form
  2. Present Tense AR verbs; tú form
  3. Present Tense AR verbs; él / ella / usted
  4. Present Tense AR verbs: nosotros/nosotras form
  5. Present Tense AR verbs: ellos / ellas / ustedes form
  6. Present Tense AR verbs: all forms
  7. Present Tense – Regular -ER verbs
  8. La casa + Present tense: Vivir

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Debra Griffith
6 years ago

sometimes hard to read the answers when the graphics overlay the screen. If go to the full screen can’t see the vocab lists. The title 01054 Spanish Lesson stays at the top and is in the way of the answers.

Rory
10 years ago

Instead of using “a menudo” could the phrase “con frecuencia” also be used interchangeably?

Steven Tyler
11 years ago

Why is “la gente” (the people) not “el gente”? In a previous video you told us that if there were 25,000 women and 1 man that we would use the masculine form. It doesn’t seem reason to assume that the people are all women with no men. In another comment … someone suggested that words ending in l, o, n, e, r, s would be masculine and words ending in ad, ion or a would be feminine. Again, gente ends in e, but is not masculine? I would question that words ending in e, r, s would necessarily be masuline. Most obivious examples would be la mujer or las mujeres.

I would like to say that I have found your videos to be excellent way to learn Spanish.

Liam
12 years ago

In the sentance “El maestro descubre que los estudiantes hacen trampa”

Why is ‘que’ used as that? When is ese/esa used? Would it be appropriate to use ese/esa?

Min
12 years ago

@Dennis

“Le” is an indirect object pronoun. Generally, “le” is indirect, and “lo” and “la” are direct object pronouns. Of course, each of those has a plural form as well–les, los, and las. HTH

Min

Dennis
13 years ago

in the sentence “Guillermo le escribe mucho a su novia”, Is the word Le a direct or indirect object?

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