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Basic Spanish Verbs - Great for assessing students at the beginning of level 2.

My son is learning Spanish and received this list of verbs from his teacher. I reformatted it so that it would all fit on one page and we're putting it up on the fridge so we can study it every day. I doubt he'll be able to roll his R's or pronounce the words correctly for quite a while, but at least he'll be able to memorize them and try, right? I apologize to all fluent Spanish speakers who may hear him butcher the language while he learns. :)

Common Spanish Phrases

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The verb haber can be used in two separate ways: Auxiliary: It is used as an auxiliary in compound tenses ( present perfect, pluperfect, etc.), meaning to have done something. With this use, it is always followed by a past participle. Note, even though haber here translates as to have, it does not express ownership, that use of to have is translated as verb tener. Existential: It is used in its existential form to mean there is/are.

The verb haber can be used in two separate ways: Auxiliary: It is used as an auxiliary in compound tenses ( present perfect, pluperfect, etc.), meaning to have done something. With this use, it is always followed by a past participle. Note, even though haber here translates as to have, it does not express ownership, that use of to have is translated as verb tener. Existential: It is used in its existential form to mean there is/are.

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