10 Common Spanish Verbs 1. Infinitives ending in –ir belong to the third conjugation. In that way, every time students practice verb conjugation, you will have access to a visual tool. Ser (to be) One of the most useful Spanish verbs you could tackle first is “ser”. Infinitives ending in –er belong to the second conjugation. Él/ella es. (comer) 3. Spanish Verb Chart. In that case, use a verb chart to help you go from singular to plural forms. Había tres piezas en la casa. (dormir) Nosotros/as somos. Spanish verbs are grouped in three categories or conjugations. To be able to speak Spanish you must be familiar with the verb forms, there is no alternative, the sooner you learn the most common verb forms the better. (estudiar) 2. The table below shows the conjugation of an -ar verb. Take as an example the verb “to eat,” which is comer in Spanish. However, they can become very complicated, even Spanish people can have difficulty with them, for this reason we have not included some of the subjunctive forms. HABER is a special verb in Spanish as it is used in two very particular cases:. This irregular verb is almost always present in everyday conjugations, same as its twin verb estar. To mean “there is/are”, “there was/were”, “there will be”, or “there would be”. Spanish Verb Tenses INDICATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE PAST PRESENT FUTURE Present Perfect Present Present Perfect Present Yo hablo I speak …que yo hable …that I speak …que yo haya hablado …that I have spoken Yo he hablado I have spoken Imperfect …que yo hablara or …que yo hablase …that I spoke third-person plural p, op: When conjugating the -er Spanish verb present tense, think about the subject-verb agreement. Tú eres. Use butcher paper or large size poster boards with laminated verb charts. Verb conjugations, especially in Spanish, give us a whole lot of information about the person, the time and the mood. Habrá tres piezas en la casa. Here is a Spanish verb chart. Vosotros/as sois. If you don't know how to spell a verb then you can look it up in the dictionary of Spanish verbs.. Below are links to the conjugation charts for a few popular verbs. When you say “I eat,” you are saying that the person doing the eating is “I”, and that the action of the verb is in the present tense. Here’s the conjugation of ser in the present tense: Yo soy. To see a specific verb, please use the Spanish Verb Conjugator located on the right side of this page, or view the Spanish verb charts.. 1. EX: Hay tres piezas en mi casa. Infinitives ending in –ar belong to the first conjugation.