# Anyone can explain to me how to conjugate present tense and past tense. , . i am in spanish 2, moving on to spanish 3 for

Anyone can explain to me how to conjugate present tense and past tense. , . i am in spanish 2, moving on to spanish 3 for ninth grade and i really want to grasp this

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1. bunny2288 says:

yo — I.

tú — you (informal)

él/ella/usted — he/she/you (formal)

nosotros/nosotras — we.

vosotros/vosotras — you all (informal)

ellos/ellas/ustedes — them / you all (formal)

I hope this is helpful lol have fun next year in Spanish 3, I'm going into 9th also and doing Spanish also

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2. Gillo34 says:

Present Tense -ar verbs



3. eduardoma2902 says:

1. A month ago, our music teacher introduced my sister and me to opera.  - Past Tense

2. Opera is a form that combines music and drama into one production.  - Present Tense

3. That combination suits my sister and me perfectly.  - Present Tense

4. Last week we attended a light opera by Gilbert and Sullivan.  - Past Tense

5. Every day that week, the show started precisely on time.  - Past Tense

6. However, we arrived late because of bus delays.  - Past Tense

7.  After the show, we always purchase tickets for tomorrow's opera. - Present Tense

8. Yesterday a reviewer compared the lead performer with Caruso.  - Past Tense

9. Enrico Caruso lived at the beginning of the twentieth century.  - Past Tense

10. In his lifetime, he appeared in many operas throughout the world. - Past Tense

Explanation:

We use the Present Tense to refer to the action which occurs in Present, to some habitual actions and general facts. In these examples, the use of the Present Tense to talk about some general facts or habits from the life of the two girls, whose teacher took them to the opera.

On the other hand, we use the Past Tense to talk about actions that took place in the past. In these examples, the use of the Past Tense is accompanied by the use of the following constructions: last week, every day that week, a month ago, etc.

4. anuel504 says:

yo — I.

tú — you (informal)

él/ella/usted — he/she/you (formal)

nosotros/nosotras — we.

vosotros/vosotras — you all (informal)

ellos/ellas/ustedes — them / you all (formal)

I hope this is helpful lol have fun next year in Spanish 3, I'm going into 9th also and doing Spanish also

5. katherineweightman says:

Present Tense -ar verbs

6. gavianacandelar8522 says:

hmmm

Explanation:

7. Ruchen says:

(B) present tense...It’s the version of the verb without any endings ...
I hope this helps..

8. iwannasleep says:

for example

terra will be going to the mall.

terra was going to go to the mall.

9. allenpaietonp9v8sv says:

Bonjour,

"il faut" = the infinitive.

Exemple :

Il faut jouer.

10. dondre54 says:

A. By telling the story in the present tense it seemed more realistic.

Explanation:

H. G. Wells's science-fictional thriller War of the Worlds revolves around the plot of an alien invasion on earth. This story was also broadcasted through the radio by Orson Welles which led to many people believing the story to be true.

With the radio broadcast done in the present tense, it implies a sense of realism where the people believe it to be actually and currently happening. The broadcasting of the news in the present tense gives the implication of it as a realistic and current situation.

Thus, the correct answer is option A.