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ER, IR and AR are the three different endings of Spanish verbs. IR and ER verbs are conjugated in a similar way, and AR verbs in a different way in the present tense.
With all regular verbs you knock off the last two letters - so e.g COMER would become COM
With ER verbs, You would then add the ER endings - o, es , e, emos, éis, en
COMER (to eat) would therefore become -
yo come - I eat
tu comes - you eat
El/ella come -he/she eats
nosotros comemos - we eat
Vosotros coméis - you (plural) eat
Ellos/ellas comen - they eat
a sentence - comen mucha fruta - they eat a lot of fruit
With IR verbs - VIVIR for example the endings would be - o, es, e, imos, ís, en
yo vivo - i live
tu vives - you live
el/Ella vive - he/she lives
nosotros vivimos - we live
vosotros vivís - you (plural) live
ellos/Ellas viven - they live
a sentence - vivo en Inglaterra - I live in England
AR verbs take the endings - o, as, a, amos, áis, an
With HABLAR (to speak) for example it would become
yo hablo - I speak
tu hablas - you speak
El/Ella habla - he/she speaks
nosotros hablamos - we speak
vosotros habláis - you (plural) speak
ellos/ellas hablan - they speak
Sentence - hablamos mucho por.el Facebooksee more