Moon asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 7 years ago

Can someone help me with this Spanish 10 Quiz Questions?

Choose the correct conjugation (Comer). Tu ______

Select one:

a. comes

b. come

c. como

Question 12

Choose the correct conjugation (Comer). El/Ella ______

Select one:

a. como

b. comes

c. come

Question 13

Choose the correct conjugation (Comer). Nosotros/Nosotras ______

Select one:

a. comen

b. comemos

c. comeis

Question 14

Choose the correct conjugation (Comer). Vosotros/Vosotras ______

Select one:

a. comeis

b. comemos

c. comen

Question 15

Choose the correct conjugation (Comer). Ustedes ______

Select one:

a. comemos

b. comeis

c. comen

Question 16

Choose the correct conjugation (Comer). Ellos/Ellas ______

Select one:

a. comen

b. comeis

c. comemos

Question 17

Choose the correct conjugation (Vivir). Yo ______

Select one:

a. vive

b. vivo

c. vives

Question 18

Choose the correct conjugation (Vivir). Tu ______

Select one:

a. vivo

b. vives

c. vive

Question 19

Choose the correct conjugation (Vivir). El/Ella ______

Select one:

a. vive

b. vives

c. vivo

Question 20

Choose the correct conjugation (Vivir). Nosotros/Nosotras ______

Select one:

a. vivimos

b. vivis

c. viven

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  • 7 years ago
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    Ohh but that is the basic in Spanish!!! That's so easy if you read about it or if you don't want to read , watch some videos on youtube!

    That's super super easy!!

    To conjugate a verb in the present tense, you must first determine which type of verb is to be conjugated, be it an -ar, -er, or -ir verb, a spelling-changing, a stem-changing, or an irregular verb. The first three, which are regular, are described below. You can find spelling-changing verbs, stem-changing verbs, and irregularverbs below.

    The second step in conjugating a verb is to determine its stem, or root. The stem of the verb holds the meaning of the verb. To find the stem, remove the infinitive ending (-ar, -er, -ir).

    Hablar -> Habl-

    Comer -> Com-

    Escribir -> Escrib-

    To the end of the stem, add the appropriate ending depending on who the subject of the verb is. The ending indicates who is doing the action at what point in time. The ending will also depend on which verb group the verb belongs to (-ar, -er, -ir). The endings to these categories are described below.

    Note: No Pronouns Allowed!

    Because the endings of each verb indicate the subject of the verb, the personal pronoun is not necessary and should be avoided if possible. Native Spanish-speakers RARELY use personal pronouns, so it's best to practice NOT using them for fluency's sake.

    Hablo español. (I speak Spanish.) is better than:

    Yo hablo español. (I speak Spanish.)

    1. AR Verbs

    To conjugate an -ar verb, remove the infinitive ending (-ar) to leave the stem, and add the appropriate ending depending on the subject.

    AR Verb Endings

    yo -o

    nosotros -amos

    tú -as

    vosotros -áis

    usted, él, ella -a

    ustedes, ellos, ellas -an

    Hablar -> Habl-

    yo hablo =I speak

    nosotros hablamos =We speak

    tú hablas=You (familiar) speak

    vosotros habláis=You (familiar) speak

    usted, él, ella habla=You (formal) speak,

    He/She speaks

    ustedes, ellos, ellas hablan=You (formal) speak, They speak

    2. ER Verbs

    To conjugate an -er verb, remove the infinitive ending (-er) to leave the stem, and add the appropriate ending depending on the subject.

    ER Verb Endings

    yo -o

    nosotros -emos

    tú -es

    vosotros -éis

    usted, él, ella -e

    ustedes, ellos, ellas -en

    Comer -> Com-

    yo como=I eat

    nosotros comemos=We eat

    tú comes=You (familiar) eat

    vosotros coméis=You (familiar) eat

    usted, él, ella come=You (formal) eat, He/She eats

    ustedes, ellos, ellas comen= you (formal) eat, They eat

    3. IR Verbs

    To conjugate an -ir verb, remove the infinitive ending (-ir) to leave the stem, and add the appropriate ending depending on the subject.

    IR Verb Endings

    yo -o

    nosotros -imos

    tú -es

    vosotros -ís

    usted, él, ella -e

    ustedes, ellos, ellas -en

    Escribir -> Escrib-

    yo escribo=I write

    nosotros escribimos=We write

    tú escribes=You (familiar) write

    vosotros escribís=You (familiar) write

    usted, él, ella escribe=You (formal) write, He/She writes

    ustedes, ellos, ellas escriben=You (formal) write, They write

  • ChiMom
    Lv 7
    7 years ago

    This is very basic, present tense, conjugation of the verb "Comer"--which means to eat.

    Yo como = I eat

    Tu comes = You (familiar) eat

    Usted come = You (formal) eat,

    El come/Ella come = He eats, she eats

    Nosotros comemos = WE eat

    Vosotros comeis = THEY eat (familiar)

    Ustedes, ellos, ellas comen = They eat (formal, masculine, feminine)

  • ?
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Conjugation Comer

  • 12- a

    13- c

    14- b

    15- a

    16- c

    17- a

    18- b

    19- a

    20- a :)

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