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Conjugating Verbs in Spanish

One of my weakness in studying Spanish is conjugating verbs. Pronouns+verb (past,present, future etc..). I am not sure if I always forgot about it or I just didn't understand it. Does anyone here can give me a tips on how to memorize or understand it easily? Thanks in advance!

For learning: Spanish
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    Hello Doris, I've made some videos about these tenses in Spanish and I suppose these videos can help you the most you see the videos the most you learn, and I also have a blog with activities about this topic. I share my links with you and I hope they help you. If you have any question I can prepare you a video about any topic, feel free to ask.


    I recorded myself reciting the verb chart with my microphone and after downloaded the audio to my ipod and listened to it many times. This may be too technical ,but for me it seemed as if I had no other way because I would always forget the conjugations.

    You could use flashcards. But the pronoun on the front of the card (Tù) and then write the verb conjugated verb on the back. You could also create your own"insert word here" exercises and then memorize the phrase. Using words in context helps immensely. By the way, have you ever used Its great for studying vocabulary and conjugations are no exception. There you can create your own quizzes and practice, and it has audio and learning tools.

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    Allí se encuentran listas de verbos conjugados en distintos idiomas, incluyendo el español.
    La lista es bastante grande. Aparecen incluso algunos verbos muy poco usados.
    Por lo tanto, si tienes una duda sobre algún verbo específico, allí lo puedes encontrar en todos los modos, tiempos y personas.

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