الخميس، 9 يونيو، 2011

Spanish Verb Conjugation Software

Have you ever found it impossible to express yourself in Spanish simply because you didn’t know how to conjugate a Spanish verb? You knew the vocabulary words that you needed to express yourself in Spanish. But you just couldn’t remember how to conjugate the verb that you were using in Spanish. And without correctly conjugating the Spanish verb that you wanted to use — the person who you were talking to had no idea what you were trying to say. And can you blame that person for not understanding you?

Imagine being on the phone and unable to conjugate the Spanish verb “llegar” or “to arrive.” If you don’t properly conjugate the verb how does the listener know if you want to say that you have arrived, will arrive, going to arrive — or that you are arriving. Matter of fact, if you cannot properly conjugate verbs in Spanish the listener won’t even understand who is “to arrive” — you, he, she, it, we or they.

If you have been learning Spanish for any length of time – or even if you just recently started learning Spanish – then what I am about to tell you will come as no surprise . . . .

How to conjugate Spanish verbs is the hardest part of learning Spanish. In English, it is so easy to conjugate verbs.For example, “I eat,” “you eat,” “we eat,” “she eats,” and “they eat.”

With just two different forms of the word “eat” – just by using “eat” or “eats” – in English, I am able to express that anyone or everyone eats in the present tense.

Don’t you wish it was so easy to express yourself in Spanish?

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In Spanish to say the same phrases you’d have to use six different forms of the Spanish verb “comer”:

    Yo como(I eat)
    Tú comes (You eat)
    Ella come (She eats)
    Nosotros comemos (we eat)
    Vosotros coméis (all of you eat – familar form)
    Ustedes comen(all of you eat – polite form)

If you think that’s complicated, what about how to say:

    I ate
    You used to eat
    We have eaten
    She will eat
    They could eat
    I had eaten
    She is eating
    We will have eaten
    They should have eaten
    I could have eaten
    We will have eaten
   
Learning how to conjugate just one Spanish verb, like “comer,” is enough to drive someone crazy… In order to learn how to conjugate verbs in Spanish, not only do you have to learn a whole new set of vocabulary words but you also have to learn a whole new set of grammar rules — that’s if you want to learn how to conjugate Spanish verbs correctly.

And if you started learning-Spanish as an adult – like I did – then you know that this process of learning how to conjugate Spanish verbs could take a life time.

For years, the only way we – that is, native English speakers – could learn how to master conjugating Spanish verbs was through drudgery, memorization, verb conjugation charts and other boring techniques.

For years, the only way we – that is, native English speakers – could learn how to master conjugating Spanish verbs was through drudgery, memorization, verb conjugation charts and other boring techniques.

But the most common techniques were the Spanish verb conjugation books with a few hundred different Spanish verbs.

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