Spanish verbs with AR, present tense (A1)

Spanish verbs are divided into three main groups according to their ending -AR, -ER or -IR.  The Spanish  verbs with -AR are the biggest category  (around 80% of all) and the good news is that more of them are regulars. To conjugate these verbs, just remove the ending (-ar) and then add the corresponding termination according to the subject pronoun (yo, tú, él, usted…)

Forming verbs ending in AR

Here you have the conjugation of hablar (to speak, to talk) in the present tense, as an example of all the regular verbs ending in AR (click here to see the whole conjugation of hablar):

Spanish verbs with are, hablar conjugation

Notice that in Spanish ending are especially important, because very often subject pronouns don’t appear along with the verbs. Look at some examples:

Carmen habla español (Carmen speaks Spanish).

Trabajo en una escuela (I work in an school).

¿Estudias aquí? (Do you study here?)

Cenamos a las 20:00 (We have dinner at 8:00).

Escuchan las noticias en la radio (They listen to the news on the radio).

List of Spanish verbs with AR

As we said above, there are many verbs ending in AR in Spanish as important and useful as hablar (to speak), trabajar (to work), estudiar (to study), andar (to walk), viajar (travel), desayunar (to eat breakfast), esperar (to wait, to hope), bailar (to dance), comprar (to buy), amar (to love), ayudar (to help), buscar (to look for) … Click here to learn 20 spanish verbs ending in -ar with flashcards.

Spanish verbs first conjugation exercises

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