Present Indicative Tense Verbs
infinitives are conjugated by dropping the
ending (-ar, -er, -ir) and adding a new
ending, thus creating a new word.
The ending identifies 1) the tense
- when the action of the verb is taking place;
and 2) the person - who is
performing the action of the verb. see
more on verb conjugation here
The following charts show the verb
“endings” for all regular verbs in the Present
the verb chart is only a tool to use
while one is learning the language.
In other words, one must eventually
forget the verb chart and it must become
I speak. I do speak.
I am speaking.
Yo hablo enfrente de la clase los viernes.
speak in front of the class on Fridays.
list of regular verbs ending in -ar click here
list of regular verbs ending in -er click here
list of regular verbs ending in -ir click here