It is time for us to begin learning about conjugation of regular verbs in the present tense. There are three types of regular verbs; those that end in -ar such as hablar (to speak), those that end in -er such as comer (to eat), and those that end in -ir such as vivir (to live). Conjugation is the grammatical action of taking a verb and changing it to agree with the subject of the sentence. In English for example, we would not say; I to speak. Instead we would change it to agree with the subject and say I speak. Conjugation is a difficult grammatical concept that requires understanding of the concept as well as memorization of the changes or endings in the verb for each subject pronoun. This first video is a neat video made by a language teacher and his class of an explanation to conjugation put to a song.
This next video, is also about conjugation, but I believe it has a catchier Spanish tune and vocabulary that we have already seen in class so it will be easy to follow plus the repetition helps with the memorization. Good luck and have fun! :)
The following video is a verbal explanation with examples on how to conjugate regular verbs that end in ar, er, and ir.