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20 Essential Spanish -AR Verbs
Hola a todos,
Firstly, lo siento for my absence last martes. Do you ever sometimes completely lose track of tiempo? That’s what happened to yours truly. Martes came and left, and it wasn’t until miercoles arrived that I even realised I hadn’t posted a Learn Spanish post, at all!
Let’s call it schools holidays!
Hoy, we’re going to be looking at some essential -AR Spanish verbs and how you form them.
For those that don’t know, a verb, or un verbo, is used to describe an action, state or an occurrence. They essentially form the main part of a sentence. So, let’s boost those conversation skills and get you to know some of the most essential -AR regular verbos that you’ll need to speak español.
Here’s my favourite thing about Spanish, they tend to follow a pattern.
-ar verbs (Regular)
1. Usar (to use)
yo uso (I use)
tú usas (You use)
usted / él / ella usa (You polite, he, she uses)
nosotros / nosotras usamos (We use)
vosotros / vosotras usáis (You plural use)
ustedes/ ellos / ellas usan (You plural polite, they use)
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The rest of these follow the same conjugation! Yippee!
2. Buscar (to search for)
3. Cocinar (to cook)
4. Ayudar (to help)
5. Estar (to be)
6. Regresar (to return)
7. Comprar (to buy)
8. Quedar (to stay)
9. Viajar (to travel)
10. Lavar (to wash)
11. Esperar (to hope or wait)
12. Llegar (to arrive)
13. Hablar (to talk)
14. Escuchar (to listen)
15. Amar (to love)
16. Tomar (to take)
17. Andar (to walk)
18. Estudiar (to study)
19. Bailar (to dance)
20. Visitar (to visit)
Next week, we will be looking at -IR and -ER regular verbs!
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This guide is a free blog series. This information has been picked up by practising speaking with locals in the Comunidad Valenciana area. Any resemblance to any book, guide or learning Spanish resources, is purely coincidental. This guide is not intended as a substitute for other resources or teaching. This guide does not guarantee fluency in Spanish.