Regular conjugation paradigm

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q words expressing actions (talking, walking)

q verb forms indicate actions but do not express, such as conjugated verbs, the category of person, tense, mood or no. their identification by:
Infinitives: refer the "name" dl formed adding to the root verb ddl subfixes: ar - er - go. can function as subst.
Participles: they are adding to the root of the verb dl subfixes ado - ido.Pueden function as adj.
Gerunds: they are adding to the root of subfixes - Ando - iendo.Pueden function as adverbs.

Verb conjugations
1a. -ar
2a. -er
3a. -ir

Verbs derived compounds and parasinteticos
compounds: wretched
derivatives: des hang
parasintesis: in orgull ecer

Dl verbal modes and speaker attitude
indicative mood: used to affirm or deny facts or possible brought tools.
subjunctive mood: used to express doubts, possibilities or wishes; hopefully arrive early
imperative mood: used to transmit orders, instructions, orders or advice, mix the eggs, and went from there!

The simple conditional
dl is a time as indicated. q is used to express possibilities, hypothesis or conjecture: if you interested call me

Simple and compound time
simpls: formed x 1 single word (open, open)
comp: x formed conjugate the auxiliary verb have and main verb participle dl (he opened)

Pret. Perf. Simple (indic)
qe indicates actions occurred and were completed in the past
Pret. Imperfect (index)
q expresses actions occurred in the past but does not indicate when completed
Pret.Pluscuamp (index)
indicates an action done before the past on present of enunciation dl (when you come to the cinema, the film had already begun to 15 '.

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