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fuerte
strong, loud
ruido
noise
apenas
hardly
subir
to go up
esperar
to wait or to hope
empezar
to start
sentar
to sit
pasar
to pass
voz
shout
despedir
to fire, to say goodbye to
encontrar
to meet, to find
imponer
to impose, to command
reglo
rules
demasiado
too much
mandar
to order
cortesia
courtesy
acuerdo
agreement
llegar
to arrive
llevar
to take, to carry
tratar
to treat
entender
to understand
deber
duty, or as a verb, to owe or an obligation
como
how, like, as
tomar
to take
tocar
to touch
salir
to leave
AR verbs formal direct commands
ER/IR verbs formal direct commands
yo form of the present tense,
-o --> e for ud. en for uds.
-o --> a for ud. an for uds.
Present Subjunctive (imbedded commands)
AR
e
es
e
emos
en
Present Subjunctive ER/IR
a
as
a
amos
an
Subjunctive:
What happens to -ar and -er stem-changing verbs?
What happens to -ir stem-changing verbs?
-same as in present, all forms change except nosotros form
-shows preterite stem change in nosotros (e-->i, o-->u) AS WELL AS stem change from the present
aconsejar
to advise
dejar
to leave
desear
to desire
sugerir
to suggest
Informal Direct Affirmative tu commands
AR
ER/IR
AR -a
ER/IR -e
Informal Direct Negative tu commands
AR
ER/IR
AR -es
ER/IR -as
suportar
to tolerate/put up with
mantener
to support financially
apoyar
to back or to favor
sostener
to support in the physical sense of hold or hold up
cerca, cerca de, or cercano/a
when close refers to the physical proximity of people or objects
cercano/a
degree of blood relationship between relatives
intimo/a
close describes friendship or emotional ties
unido/a
closeness of family ties (but not blood relationships) "close-knit"
importar
to care - to be interested in, to mind
construction works like gustar