Learn Spanish Grammar: Verb Conjugation

Hola chicos!


Grammar is one of the hardest concepts for me to learn (even in English ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ฉ) But that just means Iโ€™m going to work that much harder to wrap my mind around it ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

Below is a small list of words that Iโ€™ll be studying deeper into how to properly conjugate them, how to use them in a sentence, and what they mean. Iโ€™ll also be linking sources that will help us learn these verbs (: Enjoy + let me know if this has helped you!

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1. Haber – to have (to have to do something)

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– YouTube: senorbelles

– YouTube: ยกVivatutor!

– YouTube: Learn How to Speak Spanish

So, this verb is used to express actions that have been or will be completed. + since it is used to form perfect tenses, it has to be joined with a past participle. (It is not used to express possession, like tener)

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2. Decir – to say, tell

www.123teachme.com

Senor Jordan

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3. Dar – to give

letsgospanish

– YouTube: Spanish Made Easy

Notes in Spanish PDF

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4. Deber – to owe, must, should, ought to

– YouTube: senorbelles

– YouTube: Our Education

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5. Parecer – to seem, appear

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– YouTube: Spanish Teaching

– YouTube: Seรฑor Norton

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Okay friends, that is a lot of information for this post. These are the resources Iโ€™ll be using to help me learn these verbs. I hope they help you out, as well!

Tell me in the comments if there is a word that is not on this list that you are trying to learn (:
Adios! -Hannah

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