AP Spanish Verbs

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AP Spanish Verbs

Review all of the basic verb conjugations typically tested on the AP Spanish Language exam. 

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Review all of the basic verb conjugations typically tested on the AP Spanish Language exam.

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  • Ramin Samimi
  • Ryuji Yamakawa
  • David  Greener
  • Dan Costello
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  • Michael Waters


Lessons in this Class


# Deck Name Num. of Cards
1

Key Spanish Verbs

Learn the meanings and pronunciations of the most common Spanish verbs.

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2

Present Tense

Learn the present tense conjugations for the most useful verbs in Spanish. The present tense is used to express conditions, present actions, habitual actions, possession, and relationships. Ex.: Yo hablo español. (I speak Spanish.)

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3

Imperfect Tense

Learn the imperfect conjugation for the most useful and frequently-used Spanish verbs. The imperfect tense is used for an incomplete action in the past, especially when it is interrupted by another event. Ex.: "Yo hablaba" (I was speaking; OR I used to speak)

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4

Preterite Tense

Learn the preterite tense of the most useful Spanish verbs. The preterite is the main tense used to express actions that occurred (and ended) in the past. Ex.: "Yo hablé con Marta" (I spoke with Marta)

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5

Future Tense

Learn the future tense conjugations of the most useful Spanish verbs. The future tense is used to describe actions that will definitely happen at some later point in time. Ex.: "Mañana, yo hablaré con Miguel" (Tomorrow, I will speak with Miguel)

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6

Conditional Mood

Learn the conditional conjugations of the most useful Spanish verbs. The conditional mood is used to talk about possible and hypothetical situations that may or may not happen. It is often used in conjunction with the imperfect subjunctive. Ex.: "Si yo estudiara más, ya hablaría español mejor" (If I studied harder, I would speak Spanish better)

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7

Present Subjunctive

Learn the present subjunctive conjugations of the most useful Spanish verbs. The present subjunctive is used when talking about a desire, a condition, or a personal viewpoint, as well as to express doubt. Ex.: "Yo dudo que sea necesario" (I doubt it's necessary)

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8

Imperfect Subjunctive

Learn the imperfect subjunctive conjugations of the most useful Spanish verbs. The imperfect subjunctive is usually used in "if...then" constructions to denote a hypothetical situation. Ex.: "Si fuera possible, yo iría" (If it were possible, I would go)

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9

Present Perfect

Learn the present perfect conjugation for the most useful verbs in Spanish. The present perfect is the preferred form in Spain to describe past events; in Latin American Spanish, it connotes a sense of completion. Ex.: "Yo he hablado con la profesora" (I spoke with the professor) or (I have spoken with the professor)

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10

Pluperfect Tense

Learn the conjugations of the most useful Spanish verbs in the pluperfect tense. The pluperfect is used in the context of a past narrative to indicate that an event (or condition) has occurred still earlier than other events in the more recent past. Ex.: "Mi madre me ofreció un sándwich, pero yo ya había comido" (My mother offered me a sandwich, but I had already eaten)

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