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Spanish languageSpanish Verb Conjugations

Lessons on conjugating the different types of Spanish verbs.

Introduction to Spanish verbs
An explanation of some of the characteristics of Spanish verbs.

Spanish Verb Conjugator
1,200 of the most common Spanish verbs conjugated into all the simple tenses.

Spanish Verb Deconjugator
The Spanish verb deconjugator can help you determine which infinitive any given verb conjugation belongs to, and therefore what it means.

Regular -AR Verbs
An introduction to the most common type of Spanish verbs, with conjugations and a quiz.

Regular -ER Verbs
An introduction to the second most common type of Spanish verbs, with conjugations and a quiz.

Regular -IR Verbs
Spanish doesn't have many of these verbs, but you do need to memorize the conjugations.

Compound Tenses
Spanish verb conjugations can be divided into simple tenses and compound tenses, and compound tenses can be subdivided into two categories: progressive tenses and perfect tenses. This lesson will explain what you need to know about compound tenses.

G Verbs
There are a number of Spanish verbs which are regular in all but the first person singular. These are known as G verbs, because the first person singular requires an unexpected G: caer, hacer, poner, salir, traer, valer.

-IAR Verbs
Most Spanish verbs that end in -IAR are conjugated like regular -AR verbs. But there are some Spanish -IAR verbs that need an acute accent on the I in certain conjugations.

Indirect Object Pronoun Verbs
There are about a dozen Spanish verbs which must be conjugated with an indirect object pronoun. This grammatical construction does not exist in English, but it's not difficult once you get used to it.

Pronominal Verbs
Pronominal verbs are often incorrectly referred to as reflexive verbs, when in fact the latter are just one type of pronominal verb. The defining characteristic of pronominal verbs is that their subjects are acting upon themselves.

Spelling Change Verbs
Spelling change verbs undergo consonant changes in certain conjugations. There is a very specific logic behind this which has to do with a certain aspect of Spanish pronunciation.

Stem-Changing Verbs
Stem-changing verbs are those that have a spelling change in the stem of most forms. Many common Spanish verbs are stem-changing, so be sure to learn how to conjugate them with this lesson.

-UAR Verbs
Spanish verbs that end in -UAR are conjugated with the same endings as regular -AR verbs, but most -UAR verbs require accents in certain conjugations.

FAQ - Conjugating verbs
I have a really hard time conjugating verbs when I speak. How can I improve?

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