Practise the present tense of -ar verbs (ctd)
On the previous page, you practised just the 'yo' and 'tú' forms ("I" and "you" singular) of the present tense. Now, we'll add some more forms:
Note that the pronoun nosotros becomes nosotras when all the people referred to are female. But since subject pronouns are generally omitted in Spanish, that won't concern us here.
Here is a reminder of the verbs we're using, although you of course will have learnt some of them by now...
Suggest a change / Cambios sugeridos
In the grid below, you will practise a mixture of the above forms plus the yo and tú forms from before. Again, it's worth spending a little while practising so that these forms come to you more or less without hesitation. In particular, watch out for the difference between the informal "you" form ending in -as (which you were practising on the previous page) and the formal "you" form, ending in -a. (We'll refer to the informal form by saying that we're talking to a "single friend".)
Now, you have a choice depending on whether or not you want to practise the Spanish vosotros form of the verb. Recall that this form is not generally used in Latin America. Choose from: