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J. Salus chapter five regular verbs, all Spanish verbs belonged to one of three classifications called congregations, depending on the ending of the infinitive, all infinitives and in our air or here, each conjugation has its own set of endings that are added to the stem of the verb verb stem plus infinitive. Ending equals infinitive can't plus R equals cantar come plus air equals calmer. We've plus ill equals veer firms are considered regular if there is no change in the stem when it is conjugated uses of the present tense. The present tense is used to express the English simple present I sing and the English present progressive, tense. I am singing Asia Kanta Una cancion interest. She sings a sad song. She is singing a sad song. Questions are formed by inverting the subject and the verb. In this case, the translation of the Spanish present tense includes the English helping verb do. Questions can also be indicated by rising intonation without a change in word order. Can't a stools. Domingo's Do you sing on Sundays to contact Los Domingo's You sing on Sundays
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