You covered one of the most difficult lessons of learning Spanish as a beginner. I hope you are finding this information useful by now. Verb conjugation is one of the most powerful skills to know in Spanish. In the next lesson, we will be learning the most important verb of all— "to be." So make sure and be there!
It's okay if you get confused when you take this quiz. Some of the questions are a little tricky.
It says "The guy buys some drinks" and "The girl carries a radio" (it doesn't say "He buys some drinks" or "She carries a radio.") However, since the actual noun replaces the pronoun, that does not change the way the verb is conjugated. See if you can get it on your own, otherwise check out the examples below for more information.
"The girl buys" is the same as saying:
"She buys" so it's:
"La chica compra" or
The same rule applies to: You guys, They, We, Etc.
Carl and I (we) buy
Michael and Bob (they) buy
You and Sandy (you guys) buy
*Have you noticed that adjectives are always said after the noun in Spanish? Check out the example below.
"The cat big" (instead of)
"The big cat."
"El gato grande."
"El grande gato."
Now you can see how much you learned in just three lessons of these Simple Spanish Lessons! Just below here is a short Spanish cartoon video. It is based on a conversation that will test your Spanish skills. At this point, you should be able to understand all of what is said or at least most of it. All of the words used in this conversation are words that you should have learned from the previous lessons. The most difficult part might be keeping up with the speed, but feel free to pause the video or replay it as many times as you need to. Once you have watched the video, you can take the pronouns & verb conjugation test. Good luck.
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