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  • n. Plural form of conjugation.


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  • I've started my own Spanish tutoring with this workbook on verb conjugations, which is awesome.

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  • Seems like it would be for them to identify recurring queries or keyword conjugations like "britney spears mother" or "britney spears mom" and then provide basic info scrubbed from sources like wikipedia.

  • I would get rid of verb conjugations altogether and make the distinction with pronouns.

    If you could change Spanish...

  • Those are examples of how I express the future, but those are examples of word constructions and not actual verb tenses, not conjugations.

    If you could change Spanish...

  • Peter, English makes do with pronouns rather than verb conjugations?

    If you could change Spanish...

  • It's quick, easy, and doesn't require verb conjugations.

    Your suggestions

  • Audio File: listen to Jean-Marc read the following expressions and pronounce the verb conjugations to the French verb crever Download MP3 Download Wav crever un pneu = to flatten a tire crever de faim = to be starving crever d'ennui = to be bored to death je crève, tu crèves, il crève, nous crevons, vous crevez, ils crèvent

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  • You don't waste time getting lost in the weeds, learning conjugations of verbs you may never need.

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  • But after you learn the verb conjugations and can speak somewhat fluent at a basic level you still need one-on-one conversation to dial it all in, and the language schools don't seem to know what to do after they give you the basics.

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  • Being familiar and rapid with all the possible associated verb conjugations, I think is how to direct my next phase of learning.

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