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First you should know there are three verb forms in Spanish, each distinguishable by the last two words, -ar, -er, and -ir verbs.
hablar - to talk
comer - to eat
vivir - to live
The above forms are what is known as the "infinitive" form of the verb. When using these words in the real world, they must change their form in order to make sense. For instance, when I want to express that "I talk" I must say hablo. When I want to express that you talk, I need to say hablas, and so on. Here is the conjugation for hablar
I talk - yo hablo
you talk - tú hablas
he, she, you (formal) talk(s) - él, ella, Ud habla
we talk - nosotros hablamos
you (plural) talk - vosotros habláis
they, you (plural, formal) talk - ellos, ellas, Uds. habla
This conjugation is standard for almost all verbs ending in -ar. The conjugation changes for -er and -ir verbs, although it is the same for both -er and -ir forms (except in the "we" form). Here are the conjugations for comer and vivir:
I eat - yo como
you eat - tú comes
he, she, you (formal) eat(s) - él, ella, Ud come
we eat - nosotros comemos
you (plural) eat - vosotros coméis
they, you (plural, formal) eat - ellos, ellas, Uds. come
I live - yo vivo
you live - tú vives
he, she, you (formal) live(s) - él, ella, Ud vive
we live - nosotros vivimos
you (plural) live - vosotros vivéis
they, you (plural, formal) live - ellos, ellas, Uds. vive
In all languages, verbs have different conjugations in order to indicate who (or what) is carrying out the action that the verb describes. For example, I write, while she writes. Notice that the s indicates the the third person singular form "she" while the lack of an s indicates that "I" am doing the writing. Similarly, the absence of an s will indicate that "you", "them", or "we" write. As you can see, in English there is very little change in form of verbs as they are conjugated. In Spanish, however, the form of the verb is different for almost every conjugation, as you can see above, and these verb forms are important to learn.
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