-er Verbs (Regular) Present Tense


-er verbs from the Spanish in Texas Corpus

comer  to eat
yo como nosotros/as comemos
tú comes
él/ella/usted come ellos/as/ustedes comen
past participle : comido

Verbs with infinitives ending in -er form a second group of regular verbs in Spanish, often called second conjugation verbs. To conjugate these verbs in the present tense, drop the -er from the infinitive and add the second conjugation present tense endings: -o, -es, -e, -emos, -en. The following example show the -er verb aprender conjugated in the present tense.

Uno aprende a ser padre o madre, mientras uno va caminando.
One learns to be a dad or mom while one goes.