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How to conjugate verbs (auxiliary & lexical verbs)

24 October 2019

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Conjugation of verbs.-

Auxiliary verbs:

to be was/were been.ser, estar

I am               we are.nosotros somos

you are         you are

she is             they are


can could.poder

I can                          we/you/they can

you can.tú puedes

she can



Conjugation of verbs.-

Lexical verbs (Lexicals):

to go  went

I go                 we go.nosotros vamos

you go                      you go

she goes        they go


to play   played   played.jugar

I play                        we/you/they play

you play.tú juegas

she plays


to speak   spoke  spoken.hablar

I / you do not speak

she does not speak.ella no habla

we/you/ they do not speak





Eugenio Fouz.-24.10.19


Conjugate verbs in the present simple tense (LEXICALS)

1 November 2017

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Conjugation of English verbs


Lexical verbs

Affirmative, negative and interrogative forms

affirmative form

to forget (olvidar)

I forget.yo olvido

You forget

She forgets

We/ you / they forget

negative form

to sleep (dormir)

I / you do not sleep

She does not sleep.ella no duerme

We / you / they do not sleep

interrogative form

to cheat (copiar / hacer trampa)

Do I cheat?

Do you cheat?.¿copias tú?

Does she cheat?

Do we / you / they cheat?


Skeleton of verbs (enunciado o presentación de verbos)

To speak spoke spoken (hablar)

To speak: INFINITIVE form (hablar)

spoke: PAST form (hablé, hablaba)

spoken: PAST PARTICIPLE form (hablado)


Lexical verbs :

A/ regular verbs, e.g:

to play played played; to look looked looked; to walk walked walked

[past form + past participle form end in –ed]

B/ irregular verbs, e.g:

to see saw seen; to read read read; to quit quit quit

[past form + past participle form do not end in -ed]


e.g.exempli gratia (for example)

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Practice on conjugation of verbs (three verb tenses)

14 February 2016

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Present Simple tense (AFF)

I wash, you wash, she washes (ella lava), we wash, you wash, they wash

Present Simple tense (NEG)

I do not understand, you do not understand, she does not understand, we do not understand (nosotros no entendemos), you do not understand, they do not understand

Past Simple tense (AFF)

I saw, you saw, she saw, we saw, you saw, they saw (ellas vieron / ellas veían)

Past Simple tense (INT)

Did I phone?, did you phone, did he phone? (¿telefoneó él?), did we phone? did you phone? did they phone?

Future Simple tense (AFF)

I will learn, you will learn (tú aprenderás), he will learn, we will learn, you will learn, they will learn

Future Simple tense (NEG)

I will not learn / I won ́t learn, you will not learn, she will not learn, we will not learn, you will not learn, they will not learn




TO BE WAS/WERE BEEN: ser, estar CAN COULD: poder
MUST “HAD TO”: deber

Present Simple tense (AFF)

I am, you are, she is, we are, you are (vosotras sóis), they are

Past Simple tense (AFF)

I was, you were, she was, we were, they were (ellas eran)

Future Simple tense (INT)

Will I be?, will you be?, will she be? (¿será ella?), will we be, will you be? will they be?


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