Update January 18, 2021
I created a graphic that summarizes all verb endings. It’s good for more advanced students or when you wnat to show all the possibilities at once!
February 17, 2019
The simple present or presente indicativo of regular verbs, is the verb tense we use to speak about actions in the present and near future. It can refer to routine or repeated actions as well as permanent situations.
Verbs in Spanish in their infinitive form end in -ar, -er or -ir. Each has its particular endings in the present. -er and -ir are almost the same except for nosotros. I dicided to create graphic charts for each one as I think it’s a good way to study them.
This chart explains how to conjugate regular -ar verbs in the simple present:
This is a worksheet to practice:
This chart explains how to conjugate regular -er verbs in the simple present:
NEW! (1-24-21) These are worksheets to practice:
This chart explains how to conjugate regular -ir verbs in the simple present:
New! (01-25-21) These are some worksheets to practice:
See Answer sheet for the last worksheet HERE.