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Old April 06, 2010, 12:38 PM
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Preguntas sobre verbos

En mi clase de español, sabemos solamente dos clases de verbos: presente y pretérito.

Mi pregunta es, que otras clases de verbos están importante? Necesito que aprender futuro? Condicional? Pretérito imperfecto?

Nota: yo solamente tengo uno año de español, tan lo siento por los errores.
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Old April 06, 2010, 01:03 PM
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The short answer is yes, you need to learn more tenses. You have dealt with the two most common ones, but you will need to learn the future, the conditional, the perfect, the pluperfect, and also the subjunctive mood, which is used to great effect in Spanish. It's a long road.
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Old April 06, 2010, 01:12 PM
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Oh no, so Spanish has mood verbs? Ack. Well, I might as well go ahead and teach myself future then.
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Old April 06, 2010, 01:20 PM
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Oh no, so Spanish has mood verbs? Ack. Well, I might as well go ahead and teach myself future then.
You seem to be well acquainted with modal verbs...what would be the problem then?
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Old April 06, 2010, 01:33 PM
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You seem to be well acquainted with modal verbs...what would be the problem then?
Its the task of learning them, it just seems slightly daunting. I'll get there, though.

Any tips on learning verb conjugations? Like, what worked for all of you?
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Its the task of learning them, it just seems slightly daunting.
Only slightly? Once you have realized the complexity of the Spanish verb system, you might find it very daunting. But despair not, they are not that difficult, and range from 'not used much' to 'obscure'. It depends on how thorough you want to be.
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Old April 06, 2010, 01:52 PM
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Only slightly? Once you have realized the complexity of the Spanish verb system, you might find it very daunting. But despair not, they are not that difficult, and range from 'not used much' to 'obscure'. It depends on how thorough you want to be.

Haha, its "only slightly" daunting because I've had a lot of experience with other languages (Japanese, German, French, Korean, Russian etc...). Though, I never learned those languages, I only studied, there's a big difference. =]
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In my opinion, learning Spanish verbs is the easy part. Then the going gets tough.
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I would be grateful if you would correct my errors.
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Maybe be this page is useful.
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Old April 07, 2010, 12:57 PM
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