Irregular Spanish Verb Conjugations

Spanish Verb Conjugator – Irregular Spanish Verbs

Complete List Of Conjugated Irregular Spanish Verbs Below

Spanish Verb Conjugator – Assistance with Spanish irregular verb conjugating. At the end of this post there are three of the most used and therefore most useful conjugations for every Spanish irregular verb, simply click on the verb of your choice to see its conjugations.

I want to start with a short summary of how you would go about conjugating “Regular” and/or “Irregular” Spanish verbs in general.

When starting to learn Spanish verb conjugating there are two types of verbs you need to come to terms with.

Spanish Verb Conjugator – Regular Spanish Verbs  and Irregular Spanish verbs.

Here’s a quick guide

With Spanish, all ‘regular’ verbs fall into a certain pattern or format, you learn the Spanish verb forms for each of the “er” “ar” or “ir” sets and it applies to them all.

Where as the irregular Spanish verbs are (as the word suggests) irregular and variable in their format.

What this means to you when you begin Spanish verb conjugating, is that the irregular Spanish verbs will need to be studied separately, one at a time, practiced and memorized.

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Spanish Verb Conjugator – The Basics

It’s probably no surprise to you that most irregular Spanish verbs are going to be the verbs that are used more frequently.

This is the usual way with the majority of languages. English being no exception to the rule,  for example, “was”, “been”, “is” and “am” are all variants of “to be”.

The verb, “to go” is another English verb with irregular forms.

Below is the list of irregular Spanish verbs in alphabetical order. Remember just click on the verb you want to study, you will be taken to the Past, Present and Future conjugations of your particular choice of irregular verb.

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Spanish Verb ConjugatorIrregular Spanish verbs list

abastecer = to supply
aborrecer  = to loathe
absolver = to absolve
acertar = to get correct
acoger = to welcome in
almorzar = to have lunch

aparecer = to appear
aprobar = to approve
ascender = to go up
atender = to attend
atravesar = to put across
bendecir = to bless
bienquerer = to like, to be fond of
blanquecer = to whiten
caber = to fit
caer = to fall
cerrar = to close
coger = to take
comenzar = to start
componer = to make up
comprobar = to check
concordar = to agree
conducir = to drive
conocer = to know
conseguir = to obtain
construir = to construct
contar = to count
contener = to contain
convencer = to convince
convertir = to convert
corregir = to correct
costar = to cost
crecer = to grow
dar = to give
decir = to say
defender = to defend
definir = to define
demostrar = to demonstrate
desaparecer = to disappear
descontar = to deduct
despertar = to wake up
devolver = to return
distinguir = to distinguish
divertir = to entertain
doler = to hurt
dormir = to sleep
elegir = to choose
empezar = to start
encender = to switch on
encontrar = to find
entender = to understand
entretenerse = to distract
escoger = to choose
establecer = to establish
estar = to be
exponer = to expose
favorecer = to favour
florecer = to flower
fluir = to flow
fregar = to wash
freír = to fry
gobernar = to govern
haber = to have
hacer = to make
herir = to hurt
huir = to escape
incluir = to include
introducir = to introduce
ir = to go
jugar = to play
manifestar = to show
mantener = to maintain
medir = to measure
mentir = to lie
merecer = to deserve
merendar = to have tea
morder = to bite
morir = to die
morirse = to die
mostrar = to show
mover = to move
nacer = to be born
negar = to deny
negarse = to refuse
obedecer = to obey
obtener = to obtain
ofrecer  = to offer
oír = to hear
oler = to smell
oponer = to put up
oponerse = to be opposed
padecer = to suffer
parecer = to look like
parecerse = to be alike
pedir = to ask for
pensar = to think
perder = to lose
perderse = to get lost
permanecer = to stay
perseguir = to pursue
petenecer = to belong
pervertir = to corrupt
poder = can
poner = to put
ponerse = to put
posponer = to postpone
predecir = to predict
preferir = to prefer
presuponer = to presuppose
prevenir = to prevent
probar = to try
producir = to produce
proponer = to propose
proteger = to protect
pudrir = to rot

querer = to want
recaer = to have a relapse
recoger = to pick up
recomendar = to recommend
reconocer = to recognise
recordar = to remember
reducir = to reduce
referir = to refer
reforzar = to reinforce
regar = to water
reir = to laugh
remover = to stir
rendir = to wear out
rendirse = to surrender
reñir = to tell off
renovar = to renovate
repetir = to repeat
reponer = to replace
reponerse = to recover
reproducir = to reproduce
reproducirse = to reproduce
resolver = to resolve
restablecer = to reestablish
retener = to retain
retorcer = to twist
reventar = to burst
rogar = to beg
saber = to know
salir = to go out
seguir = to follow
sentar = to sit
sentir = to feel
ser = to be
serrar = to saw
servir = to serve
soltar = to let go of
soñar = to dream
sonar = to sound
sonreír = to smile
sostener = to support
sugerir = to suggest
suponer = to suppose
temblar = to tremble
tender = to stretch
tenderse = to stretch out
tener = to have
torcer = to twist
traer = to bring
transferir = to transfer
valer = to cost
vencer = to beat
venir = to come
verter = to spill
vestir  = to dress
volar = to fly
volver = to turn around
zafarse = to escape
zamparse = to gobble down
zumbar = to buzz


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ER And IR Spanish Verb Forms

Spanish Verb Conjugations – ER And IR Verbs

Here is the second part of your Spanish verbs lesson.

I will cover er and ir verbs, and some pronunciation in this Second part.

So, Let’s jump straight in with some ER Spanish verb forms.

Aprender = to learn;

  • Yo Aprendo.
  • Tu Aprendes.
  • El, ella, Usted Aprende.
  • Nosotros Aprendemos.
  • Vosotros Aprendeis.
  • Ellos, ellas, Ustedes Aprenden.

Did you notice the similarity with ER and AR conjugations in the present?

All you have to do is swap the ‘a’ in your ending for an ‘e’! It’s that simple!

Everything else follows suit.

Spanish  ER verbs for you to practice;

  1. To respond – Responder.
  2. To read – Leer.
  3. To run – Correr.
  4. To sell – Vender.
  5. To drink – Beber.
  6. To eat – Comer.
  7. To proceed – Proceder.
  8. To break – Romper.

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Ready to go with some IR verb conjugations?

Escribir = to write;

  • Yo escribo.
  • Tu escribes.
  • El, ella, Usted escribe.
  • Nosotros escribimos.
  • Vosotros escribis.
  • Ellos, ellas, Ustedes escriben.

NOTES:

  1. Try finding all of the similarities between the ER verb conjugation and the AR verb conjugation.
  2. Doing this makes understanding the Spanish verb forms that much easier.
  3. It also eliviates any fears or barriers you may have put up.

Everything will become clear, you’ll see.

Practice with these IR verbs now;

To permit – Permitir.
To live – Vivir.
To open – Abrir.
To assume – Asumir.
To complete/finish – Complir.
To admit – Admitir.
To receive – Recibir.
To cover/put the lid on – Cubrir.

Here as promised are a few pronunciation pointers;

Good pronunciation is foremost when you want to learn any language.

Let’s briefly go over vowel pronunciations;

A – pronounced as the a in Bad or Apple, a Spanish example is madre – mother.
E – pronounced as e in Bet or Fed, a Spanish example is Septiembre – September.
I – pronounced as the ee in Peep or Deep, a Spanish example is limpiador – cleaner.
O – pronounced as the o in Soften or Often, a Spanish example is roto – broken.
U – pronounced as the u in Boot or Hoover, a Spanish example is burro – donkey.

Remember when learning to speak Spanish, the vowel sounds remain reliably the same no matter what position they are in, or in which word.

You will learn to speak Spanish very quickly if you repeat the vowel sounds as often as you can, and memorize them.

It sounds peculiar at first, but as you will soon find out, it’s more than worth the effort, (and maybe a little embarrassment), especially when your Spanish starts to flow naturally and comfortably.

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Spanish Verb Conjugator – ‘AR’ verbs Past, Present And Future

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Spanish Verb Conjugator – AR Verbs

Hi.

Thought it was about time I paid you another visit.
I would like to introduce you to Spanish verbs in a more indepth way now.

We will start with some Spanish verbs ending in ar.

Are You Ready?

Hablar – To Speak

PASTImperfect PRESENT FUTURE
yo hablaba
tú hablabas
él hablaba
nosotros hablábamos
vosotros hablabais
ellos hablaban
yo hablo
tú hablas
él habla
nosotros hablamos
vosotros habláis
ellos hablan
yo hablaré
tú hablarás
él hablará
nosotros hablaremos
vosotros hablaréis
ellos hablarán

Acabar – To Finish/End

yo acababa
tú acababas
él acababa
nosotros acabábamos
vosotros acababais
ellos acababan
yo acabo
tú acabas
él acaba
nosotros acabamos
vosotros acabáis
ellos acaban
yo acabaré
tú acabarás
él acabará
nosotros acabaremos
vosotros acabaréis
ellos acabarán

Amar – To Love/Like

yo amaba
tú amabas
él amaba
nosotros amábamos
vosotros amabais
ellos amaban
yo amo
tú amas
él ama
nosotros amamos
vosotros amáis
ellos aman
yo amaré
tú amarás
él amará
nosotros amaremos
vosotros amaréis
ellos amarán

Cambiar – To Change/Alter/Modify

yo cambiaba
tú cambiabas
él cambiaba
nosotros cambiábamos
vosotros cambiabais
ellos cambiaban
yo cambio
tú cambias
él cambia
nosotros cambiamos
vosotros cambiáis
ellos cambian
yo cambiaré
tú cambiarás
él cambiará
nosotros cambiaremos
vosotros cambiaréis
ellos cambiarán

Comprar – To Buy/Purchase

yo compraba
tú comprabas
él compraba
nosotros comprábamos
vosotros comprabais
ellos compraban
yo compro
tú compras
él compra
nosotros compramos
vosotros compráis
ellos compran
yo compraré
tú comprarás
él comprará
nosotros compraremos
vosotros compraréis
ellos comprarán

Dar – To Give/Hand over

yo daba
tú dabas
él daba
nosotros dábamos
vosotros dabais
ellos daban
yo doy
tú das
él da
nosotros damos
vosotros dais
ellos dan
yo daré
tú darás
él dará
nosotros daremos
vosotros daréis
ellos darán

Llamar – To Call/Send For

yo llamaba
tú llamabas
él llamaba
nosotros llamábamos
vosotros llamabais
ellos llamaban
yo llamo
tú llamas
él llama
nosotros llamamos
vosotros llamáis
ellos llaman
yo llamaré
tú llamarás
él llamará
nosotros llamaremos
vosotros llamaréis
ellos llamarán

Preparar – To Prepare/Get Ready

yo preparaba
tú preparabas
él preparaba
nosotros preparábamos
vosotros preparabais
ellos preparaban
yo preparo
tú preparas
él prepara
nosotros preparamos
vosotros preparáis
ellos preparan
yo prepararé
tú prepararás
él preparará
nosotros prepararemos
vosotros prepararéis
ellos prepararán

I could keep on listing these Spanish verbs endlessly. Do you think without practice, that you could learn from my lists?

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