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When you're learning Spanish, Spanish verb conjugation rarely inspires enthusiasm, even in the most dedicated language learner.

If you think learning how to conjugate Spanish verbs is all word lists and conjugation tables, think again!

Verb conjugation is vital to speaking and understanding Spanish.

But it doesn't have to be difficult. Or boring.

In this article, you'll learn:

  • What verb conjugation is
  • Why you need to learn verb conjugation
  • The basics of Spanish verb conjugation
  • Five steps to mastering Spanish verb conjugation once and for all

So let's go conjugate some Spanish verbs! I've been you've never been more excited to work on your Spanish grammar.

By the way, if you want to learn Spanish through stories, not rules, my top recommendation for language learners is my Uncovered courses, which teach you through StoryLearning®.Click hereto find out more and try out the method for free.

What Is Spanish Verb Conjugation Anyway?

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Verb conjugation is the process of modifying a verb to indicate who is doing what when.

In most Romance languages, including Spanish, the conjugation of a verb tells you an incredible amount of information in a single word.

This can sometimes be confusing for English-speaking Spanish learners because English has so few distinct conjugations. For example, the verb “to eat” in the past tense takes the same form for each person:

  • I ate
  • You ate
  • He/she ate
  • We ate
  • They ate

In Spanish, however, each verb is formed differently based on who is doing the running, eating, speaking, etc.

Why Should You Bother With Spanish Verb Conjugation?

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Simply put, without proper verb conjugation, you won't be able to communicate in Spanish.

So much of what you are told and tell others in Spanish has a completely different meaning depending on the verb conjugation:

  • the person
  • the time frame
  • sometimes even the intent of the action can all be conveyed through conjugation.

Even the most basic communication will depend on verb conjugation if you want to be understood.

  • So how do you go about mastering Spanish verb conjugation?
  • Do you just start filling out conjugation charts over and over again until you've memorised every tense of every verb?

If that sounds terrible and ineffective to you, you're right! Verb conjugation is so often overwhelming for Spanish learners because youassume you need to memorise every verb before you can really speak Spanish.

You know, I used to buy grammar practice books when I was first starting out, trying to wrap my head around it.

  • I would copy out verb tables
  • I made flashcard after flashcard after flashcard

It was just as boring as it sounds.

(Video) 5 Simple Tips For Learning Spanish Verb Conjugations With Ease

Over time, my process has changed. There's still a place for memorising tenses. But I don't think it's the only (or best) way to master verb conjugation.

Before I describe my process for learning to conjugate verbs, let's look at the very basics of Spanish verb conjugation.

SpanishVerbConjugation:The Basics

Let's start with three common verbs:

  • hablar (to speak)
  • leer (to read)
  • and escribir (to write)

Why these three verbs?

In Spanish verb conjugation, there are three general distinctions based on the ending of the verb.

To conjugate a verb, remove the infinitive ending (either –ar, –er, or –ir) and add the appropriate ending.

Here's a quick example of how the regular verbs are conjugated in the simple present tense:

-ar verbs-er verbs-ir verbs
yo-o-o-o
-as-es-es
él/ella/Ud.-a-e-e
nosotros-amos-emos-imos
vosotros-áis-éis-ís
ellos/ellas/Uds.-an-en-en

So for the 3 verbs I mentioned earlier, here's what happens when you remove the ending (-ar, -er or -ir) and add the endings in the table above:

Hablar

  • hablo
  • hablas
  • habla
  • hablamos
  • habláis
  • hablan

Leer

  • leo
  • lees
  • lee
  • leemos
  • leéis
  • leen

Escribir

  • escribo
  • escribes
  • escribe
  • escribimos
  • escribís
  • escriben

Whether you're using

  • trabajar (to work)
  • ayudar (to help),
  • or bailar (to dance)

the conjugation patterns are all the same.

What you'll probably find, though, is that you really don't need to know all of the verbs or tenses in Spanish. In everyday communication, you'll use some more than others.

Five Steps to Mastering Spanish Verb Conjugation

That's one reason why my process for learning verb conjugation relies so much on regular communication in Spanish.

My method for mastering Spanish verb conjugation is based on these 5 keys:

  1. Getting as much input as possible in Spanish
  2. Learning common tenses and conjugations
  3. Speaking Spanish
  4. Learning the most common irregular verbs
  5. Practising your Spanish by reading, writing and speaking

Let's take a look at each step in turn, starting with the most important one.

1: Increase Your Spanish Input

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If you're just starting out, I recommend listening to as much authentic Spanish as you can for a full week before you even crack open a conjugation workbook. (Spanish Conversations is designed to help you with this).

How much is enough?

That will depend on how dedicated you are to become fluent in Spanish.

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You know when, in your native language, you can just hear when something sounds wrong?Well, that comes from hundreds of thousands of hours of natural exposure to the language from birth.

The more exposure you get to the natural flow and rhythm of Spanish, the more verb conjugation will intuitively “sound right” to you as well.

2. Start Drilling With The Most Common Tenses

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After a week of intense exposure to Spanish, it's time to start your targeted verb study.

Don't panic, though. Even this step shouldn't be rote memorisation of lists of words.

In most cases, the verb forms you really need are the:

  • first-
  • second-
  • and third-person singular tenses

in the

  • simple present
  • preteriteand past imperfect tenses

After learning I, you, and he/she first, you'll be able to get through most conversations just fine because those conjugations are much more common than others. The rest will come as you continue to improve.

Because of the week you spent listening to as much Spanish as you could, conjugation should start “clicking” for you.

That's why I don't list this step first.

You want to start with a foundation of exposure so that you'll intuitively “hear” proper conjugations even if you can't perfectly form each one…

…Yet!

3. Speak Spanish Every Day

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If you've spent any amount of time on this site, you had to know this was coming, right?

I'm a huge proponent of speaking Spanish from very early on in your language learning.

After all, the ability to speak with people all around the world is what got me into learning languages in the first place. For me, speaking is what it's all about.

And I don't think you should wait to feel ready before you start speaking. (Fear holding you back? This article should help.)

When it comes to verb conjugation in particular, speaking Spanish regularly will help you sort all this out in your mind. Everything will come together when you combine targeted study with daily conversation.

The revision helps you learn more or less how the verbs work. But it's by actually speaking and communicating and using the verbs as you talk to people that the small number of verbs and tenses you need get cemented in your brain.

(Video) 7 Irregular Spanish Past Tense Verbs You Can't Live Without

Even if you don't feel ready to hold a conversation in Spanish, do it anyway!

Do whatever you need to speak Spanish every single day, whether that means:

Very little will have a more significant impact on how fast you learn and how well you remember than having real-time conversations in Spanish every single day.

4. Memorise Important Irregular Spanish Verbs

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Spanish conjugation is full of patterns. As you learn to recognise these patterns, it will be easier to correctly conjugate verbs even without looking up the conjugation chart for that specific verb.

That said, many of the most common verbs have irregular forms in at least one tense (often all).

What you'll want to do is focus on memorising the most common irregulars so you don't try and conjugate them like any other verb.

Irregular verbs like:

  • ser and estar (to be)
  • tener (to have)
  • and hacer (to do or make)

are part of almost every conversation.

So which verbs should you start with? You can find any number of frequency word lists online, but here is a list of the 33 Spanish verbs, many of which have irregular forms, that I suggest you start with to get communicating right away.

This is another area where high levels of Spanish input and speaking practice will help.

Because these irregulars show up so often, it's even more important to be familiar with how they sound in everyday conversation.That way, when you sit down to memorise forms, the conjugations will fit with what you already know Spanish sounds like.

5. Practice, Practice, And More Practice

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Practice makes perfect, right?

There's no way around it: regular practice and repetition are necessary for you to master Spanish verb conjugation.

I recommend at least three different types of practice: reading, writing, and speaking.

#1: Reading In Spanish

Earlier on, I suggested you spend as much time listening to Spanish as possible.

You'll still learn new words from time to time when listening to Spanish music or to the news in Spanish. But reading is an even better way to pick up new verbs and conjugations.

Why is that?

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It's because reading is more active than listening. (This is part of the reason why it's the foundation of the StoryLearning® method).

The problem with just listening is that it's easy to zone out. Reading is what helps me focus on details because I'm paying attention to every single word.

Read a lot (and regularly) so you can see the verb conjugations in action on the page.

Need some book recommendations to get you started? Here are the 6 Spanish books I recommend to beginners to grow your vocabulary and boost your fluency.

#2: Writing In Spanish

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I see most conjugation practice as a holistic process. But some written exercises can help you memorise verb forms.

The best verb drills are the ones that help you produce common verbs quickly. So you don't have to stop and think mid-sentence.

This could be through

  • an app
  • a workbook
  • or a pencil and paper.

Or, when you get more advanced, through writing in your journal in Spanish or taking a writing course in Spanish.

#3: Speaking In Spanish

As always, keep speaking Spanish every day.

The more you do, the more natural verb conjugation will be.

If you need some help to get started speaking in Spanish on the regular, take a look at this list of 71 common Spanish phrases I put together to help you survive your first conversation with a native speaker.

Spanish Verb Conjugation: You Got This!

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Remember: there is no quick fix.

Don't get discouraged if it's taking longer than you'd like to master Spanish verb conjugation.Verb conjugation is an ongoing process, but you can do it!

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The programme is designed for low intermediate and intermediate learners to help you transform your Spanish grammar in the next 90 days. Grammar hero helps you master Spanish grammar the natural way through “controlled immersion” (meaning with material at your level) and story.

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FAQs

What is the best way to learn verb conjugations? ›

Many languages require the conjugation of verbs if they follow a pronoun. An effective way to study and learn these different conjugations is to use two stacks of flashcards simultaneously. One stack will consist of verbs, and the other stack will be the pronouns.

Can you master Spanish in 3 months? ›

It is possible to learn Spanish in 3 months, but it is true that to fully master the language to a native level, you will need more time. An intensive Spanish course covering all levels (from A1 to C2) consists of 62 weeks (about 15 months in total).

Why is Spanish conjugation so hard? ›

One of the hardest lessons for new speakers is conjugation placement. Learning a Spanish verb entails more than just one word. Spanish verbs are conjugated by the number and the person. This means that you'll need to memorize around five (or six, if you're learning Castilian Spanish) different verb endings for each.

How many hours does it take to master in Spanish? ›

According to an FSI study, i.e. the Foreign Service Institute, it should take a new learner approximately 600 classroom hours to achieve conversational fluency in Spanish. They also suggest an approximate 1:1 ratio between the time spent independently studying Spanish and the time spent in a classroom.

How do you get good at conjugation? ›

French Verb Conjugation Tips
  1. Always memorize your french verbs with the subject pronoun that goes along with them. ...
  2. Create a spreadsheet for your verbs. ...
  3. Write everything down. ...
  4. Try changing up the order of the verbs when you memorize them. ...
  5. Record yourself saying your conjugations. ...
  6. Work with a friend!
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Are Spanish conjugations easy? ›

For many Spanish learners, conjugations are one of the trickiest parts of the language to get used to. Verb conjugation in Spanish often seems unpredictable, with few rules to follow. That's because Spanish has so many irregular verbs.

Do I need to learn all Spanish conjugations? ›

Being able to properly conjugate verbs is the key to learning the Spanish language. It's also 80% of the hard work. Master it and you're most of the way there already, the rest are things that are relatively minor by themselves and easily learned. They're that important.

What are the 5 most important Spanish verbs? ›

The top 12 most common Spanish verbs you'll want to learn are:
  • Hacer = To do or make.
  • Ir = To go.
  • Venir = To come.
  • Decir = To say or tell.
  • Poder = To be able.
  • Dar = To give.
  • Ver = To see.
  • Saber = To know.

What is the hardest Spanish tense? ›

The Subjunctive Tense in Spanish

This is one of the most confusing verb tenses for English speakers to understand. The reason? There really is no such tense used in English language, hence all the mind-boggling confusion.

How long should I study Spanish a day to become fluent? ›

Summary: According to FSI, if you spend 3 hours per day learning Spanish, you'll achieve fluency in around six months. Reduce your Spanish time to one hour a day and, according to FSI, it will take about 1.5 years to learn. As you can see, Spanish is one of the most accessible languages for English speakers.

Whats the trick to learning Spanish? ›

Tips for Learning Spanish by Reading
  1. Read Spanish magazines and newspapers online. ...
  2. Try a Spanish recipe written in Spanish. ...
  3. Change the language on all your devices to Spanish. ...
  4. Read Spanish subtitles while watching TV. ...
  5. Visit your local museum and pick up the written leaflets in Spanish.
29 Mar 2022

Which Spanish is easiest to learn? ›

There isn't one version of Spanish that is easier or harder to learn than another. While the accents and dialects vary from place to place, you can still understand most of what people are saying, regardless of which Spanish you've learnt.

Which grammar is the hardest to learn? ›

Hungarian grammar seems like the road to death for an English speaker. Because Hungarian grammar rules are the most difficult to learn, this language has 26 different cases. The suffixes dictate the tense and possession and not the word order. That's is how most of the European languages deal with this problem.

What are the 12 rules of tenses? ›

All Tenses Rules
TensesTenses Rule
Past Continuous tenseSubject + was + V1 + ing + Object (Singular) Subject + were + V1 + ing + Object (Plural)
Past perfect continuous tenseSubject + had been + V1 + ing + Object
Present Simple tenseSubject + V1 + s/es + Object (Singular) Subject + V1 + Object (Plural)
9 more rows

What is the fastest way to memorize an answer? ›

Simple memory tips and tricks
  1. Try to understand the information first. Information that is organized and makes sense to you is easier to memorize. ...
  2. Link it. ...
  3. Sleep on it. ...
  4. Self-test. ...
  5. Use distributed practice. ...
  6. Write it out. ...
  7. Create meaningful groups. ...
  8. Use mnemonics.

How many hours should you study Spanish? ›

Based on US Foreign Service Institute (FSI) research, if you start out as a beginner and spend an average of one hour per day working actively on Spanish—such as with a teacher or conversation partner, as well as doing homework—then it can take 480 hours to reach conversational fluency.

What is the shortest time to learn Spanish? ›

If you start out as a beginner and spend an average of 1 hour per day working on your Spanish, you should able to reach conversational fluency within 8 – 12 months.

Can I learn Spanish in my sleep? ›

Can you learn Spanish while sleeping? Remember that sleep learning is a passive learning process, so it will only work for simple memorization processes like vocabulary or pronunciation. Thus, you can't learn any grammar, fluency, slang, composition, etc., using this method.

What language has the hardest verb conjugation? ›

While English has a relatively simple conjugation, other languages such as French and Arabic are more complex, with each verb having dozens of conjugated forms. Some languages such as Georgian and Basque have highly complex conjugation systems with hundreds of possible conjugations for every verb.

What language has the easiest conjugation? ›

Norwegian verbs have one of the easiest conjugations in Europe (closer to English than to German) – one verb form per tense. This makes speaking a lot easier, if you think about how many verb forms you find in the Romantic languages. Word order in Norwegian is similar to English.

Can Spanish be learned in 6 months? ›

If you can manage to combine being surrounded by native Spanish speakers and by the Spanish language itself, you will be able to become fluent in 6 months (given that you will put efforts into study).

What level of Spanish is considered fluent? ›

If your goal is Spanish fluency, aim for a C1 level in which you can fluently speak and express yourself. A C1 level does not mean you understand every word in the language but that you can handle most conversations and some tricky topics. The C2 level is complete mastery.

Can I become fluent in Spanish in a year? ›

Your deadline will depend on how much time you can put aside to study each day. If you're starting from scratch, you could reach this level of fluency in 1 year by studying for 2 – 3 hours per day. If you're already at an intermediate level, you could get there in about 6 months.

Can you learn Spanish fluently in a month? ›

And, let me be clear here, studying Spanish for 60 hours in one month is not something that you would enjoy. According to the US Foreign Service Institute (FSI), if you spend an average of one hour per day studying Spanish, you could achieve fluency after 480 hours of work. That's just over a year.

What are the 3 steps of conjugation? ›

Terms in this set (3)
  • Prenez l'infitif. Take the infinitif.
  • Laissez tomber la terminaison. Drop the ending.
  • Ajoutez la terminaison correcte. Add the correct ending.

What are the 4 conjugations? ›

The Present Indicative (amō), showing the Present Stem. The Present Infinitive (amā-re), showing the Present Stem. The Perfect Indicative (amāv-ī), showing the Perfect Stem. The neuter of the Perfect Participle (amāt-um), or, if that form is not in use, the Future Active Participle (amāt-ūrus), showing the Supine Stem.

Is Spanish harder or English? ›

Spanish has 25 phonemes; it's generally agreed that English has 44 phonemes. (Phonemes are speech sounds.) So it's generally harder for a Spanish speaker to pronounce English well. It means learning entirely new sounds.

Is 3 months enough to learn Spanish? ›

Three months was more than enough time to master the components for basic conversational fluency: the language ability necessary to hold conversations, ask questions to strangers, understand and be understood. But it was far too little time to learn all the nuances that truly distinguish advanced speakers.

Is Spanish harder than French? ›

Grammatically speaking, French is more or less has the same difficulty level as Spanish and other romance languages. It is not a universal myth that French is more complicated than Spanish. Like any other language, One needs to devote lots of time to practice listening, reading, and of course, speaking.

What is the hardest part of Spanish to learn? ›

Subjunctive

This might be one of the hardest things to get. After being bombarded with tens of new tenses (in the indicative), you learn there's a whole other dimension of tenses called the subjuntivo.

What should you not do when learning Spanish? ›

10 Mistakes To Avoid While Learning Spanish
  1. Assuming That the Textbook Knows Best. Even educated people don't always talk according to the rules. ...
  2. Ignoring Proper Pronunciation. ...
  3. Not Learning When To Use Articles. ...
  4. Translating Idioms Word for Word. ...
  5. Always Following English Word Order. ...
  6. Using Pronouns Unnecessarily.
13 Oct 2019

Can you learn Spanish by listening to it everyday? ›

Y-E-S, listening to TV shows, songs, and radio broadcasts in the language you're trying to learn is enormously helpful to you learning the language regardless of how much of it you understand – if you can understand most of it but miss the occasional word, great, just note it and look it up later, if you only ...

What are the 100 most used verbs in Spanish? ›

Common Spanish Verbs - Top 100
Ser (to be)Estar (to be)Top 100 Quiz
Haber (to have)Hablar (to speak)Hacer (to make)
Ir (to go)Jugar (to play)
Lavar (to wash)Leer (to read)Limpiar (to clean)
Llamar (to call)Llegar (to arrive)Llenar (to fill)
41 more rows

What are the 50 most common verbs in Spanish? ›

The 50 Most Common Spanish Verbs
abrirapagarcantar
fumargastarhablar
hablarintentarjugar
leerllovermirar
nadarnecesitarorganizar
12 more rows
26 Sept 2012

What are the 3 imperfect verbs in Spanish? ›

The main 3 irregular verbs in the Spanish past imperfect tense are ser (to be), ir (to go) and ver (to see).

What are 5 easy Spanish words? ›

Basic Spanish Words
  • Hola (Hello)
  • Adios (Goodbye)
  • Gracias (Thank you)
  • Por favor (Please)
  • Si (Yes)
  • Claro (Of course)
  • No (No)
  • Amor (Love)
25 Aug 2021

What is the most used verb in the world? ›

25 Most Common Verbs
  • be.
  • have.
  • do.
  • say.
  • get.
  • make.
  • go.
  • know.

What is the 3rd hardest language? ›

Polish got the number three spot on our list. Spelling and grammar are a couple of areas in which Polish can give English speakers a hard time. Words are loaded with consonants, which makes them difficult to spell and pronounce.

What are the 4 hardest languages? ›

Let's explore the 10 hardest languages for English speakers to learn, and the challenges they deliver:
  1. Mandarin. Mandarin is spoken by 70% of the Chinese population, and is the most spoken language in the world. ...
  2. Arabic. ...
  3. 3. Japanese. ...
  4. Hungarian. ...
  5. Korean. ...
  6. Finnish. ...
  7. Basque. ...
  8. Navajo.
16 Sept 2022

What are the 3 steps to conjugating a verb in Spanish? ›

To conjugate regular verbs in Spanish, start by identifying the subject, such as "yo" for "I." Next, you'll need to remove the verb ending, which with regular verbs, is either "ar," "ir," or "er." Then, add the correct ending to create the appropriate form, such as "yo hablo" for "hablar," which means to talk.

What order do you learn Spanish conjugations? ›

The three main tenses you should learn first in Spanish are the present (el presente), the past (also called the preterite, el pretérito), and the future (el futuro). They're the ones you'll run into most. You can get a lot of things across from these tenses and still be understood in the beginning.

Do you have to memorize irregular verbs in Spanish? ›

In Spanish, the verb "to be," has two forms that are both irregular. Let's look at one form, ser, which is the permanent form. The conjugation is not regular, and like English, the forms must be memorized.

What are the 7 most used verbs in Spanish? ›

Teaching the Super 7 Verbs in Spanish
  • 1 está (is at a place / is feeling)
  • 2 hay (there is / there are)
  • 3 tiene (has)
  • 4 es (is)
  • 5 le gusta (likes / is pleasing to)
  • 6 va (goes / is going)
  • 7 quiere (wants)
7 Feb 2019

What are the two rules of conjugation in Spanish? ›

In Spanish, you conjugate verbs by changing the ending. If the subject is I (yo), conjugate by dropping the ending and add -o. If the subject is you – informal (tú), conjugate by dropping the ending and add -as (for -ar verbs) or -es (for -er and -ir verbs).

What is the hardest tense to learn in Spanish? ›

1. Subjunctive. This might be one of the hardest things to get. After being bombarded with tens of new tenses (in the indicative), you learn there's a whole other dimension of tenses called the subjuntivo.

What are the 10 tips for learning Spanish? ›

Read out loud.
  • Don't expect to be perfect! Can you remember when learned to ride a bicycle? ...
  • Work on developing an “ear” for Spanish. Remember that language is first and foremost oral communication. ...
  • Practice SPEAKING! ...
  • Be consistent. ...
  • Talk to yourself. ...
  • Use flashcards. ...
  • Label your surroundings. ...
  • Be patient.

What are the rules of conjugation? ›

Conjugating a verb takes it from the infinitive form (“to” + verb) and gives it a subject and a tense.
...
Use the Right Verb Tense
  • present tense - You look at me. I ask you a question. ...
  • past tense - You looked at me. I asked you a question. ...
  • future tense - You will look at me.

How do you explain verb conjugation? ›

Verb Conjugation means to change the verb from its infinitive form so that it matches with the subject in a sentence. Some words have a standard pattern, while others follow their own unique pattern. Let's look at the regular verb to work as an example. The infinitive form of this action verb is to work.

What is the easiest way to learn irregular verbs? ›

The 8 Top Tricks for Remembering Irregular English Verbs
  1. Group common irregular verbs together. ...
  2. Learn all new vocabulary with its tense forms. ...
  3. Memorize the 10 most common irregular verbs first. ...
  4. Turn memorizing into a game. ...
  5. Learn in sentences. ...
  6. Learn with songs. ...
  7. Leave lists where you can see them. ...
  8. Ask people to correct you.
27 Feb 2020

Is there a rule for irregular verbs? ›

What exactly is an irregular verb? The short answer is that a verb is irregular if you can't change it to past tense just by adding “-ed” or “-d” to the end. In order to use these verbs correctly, you have to memorize their past simple and past participle forms, since they don't fit into the usual pattern.

What are the 12 irregular verbs in Spanish? ›

Since the future simple tense is so regular, you'll be happy to know that there are only 12 basic future Spanish irregulars:
  • caber (to fit)
  • decir (to say)
  • haber (to have)
  • hacer (to do)
  • poder (can, to be able to)
  • poner (to put)
  • querer (to want)
  • tener (to have)
19 Feb 2021

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