Los verbos -ar 
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Everything you do is an action of some kind. Action words are called verbs.  In Spanish, verbs are much easier to recognize than in English.  That's because all verbs end in -ar, -er or -ir.

Here we're just going to talk about verbs that end in -ar.  Lots of actions that you do every day end in -ar
Two common verbs that end in -ar are hablar and escuchar, which mean to talk and to listen

To use verbs in Spanish, you usually take off the -ar (or -er or -ir) ending, and replace it with a special ending to indicate who's doing the action.  When you do this, you are conjugating the verb, which means matching the verb to the person. 

verb - ar  + new ending

1. Take off the -ar ending.
2. Add one of these 6 endings: o, as, a, amos, áis, an.


Watch the video on conjugating -ar verbs.

Take the quiz on conjugating -ar verbs.

Common -ar verbs:     
 to accept  aceptar
 to accompany  acompañar
 to accumulate  acumular
 to adapt  adaptar
 to administer  administrar
 to admire  admirar
 to adopt  adoptar
 to adore  adorar
 to affect  afectar
 to shave  afeitar
 to grab  agarrar
 to shake  agitar
 to exhaust, to wear out
 to put up with
 to save
 to feed
 to rent
 to love
 to announce
 to support
 to appreciate
 to fix
 to assign
 to scare
 to help
 to dance
 to go down, to get into (a vehicle)
 to balance  balancear
 to kiss  besar
 to erase  borrar
 to calculate  calcular
 to calm  calmar
 to vomit  vomitar
 to vote  votar