The third top five verbs in Spanish
We are going to practice the most common verbs in Spanish.
The examples are all in the present.
This lesson is for people with a low level of Spanish who want to quickly get used to Spanish verbs.
If you can't use the verbs in this lesson you will never learn Spanish.
If you think learning these verbs is too boring.
Just give up learning Spanish. You are not going to be able to do anything without them.
It would be like a car without wheels.
They are the fundamental building blocks that you need.Using this lesson you should at least learn exactly how they are formed and their conjugation.
The subject (person or thing that does an action) is in brackets because the subject is not usually used in Spanish because it is contained/indicated in the verb.
The five verbs are:
To know - Conocer
To come - Venir
To give - Dar
To speak - Hablar
To find - Encontrar
To take - Tomar
Note: Saber and conocer can both be translated to ‘to know’ in English. This can make them confusing.
Saber is used to talk about facts or things you have learned. For example to know how to drive, draw, speak French, etc.
Conocer is used to say that you are familiar with a person, place, or thing. For example a book, a film, a person.
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The first line is an English sentence -
The second line is the translation in Spanish.
Use this lesson to rapidly increase your Spanish vocabulary.