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Treatment of verbs in Spanish
22 September 2012 @ 04:59

 

       The day before yesterday night, I was listening the radio and suddenly they started to talk about the website “Molino de ideas” (“Mill of ideas” = www.molinodeideas.es) , where they are interested in Language, in particular the Spanish and the Natural Language Processing.

     They develop websites, products and services based on the language, to help Spanish speakers, whether native or adopted, and to simplify the learning of languages ​​and do much more thorough and effective Natural Language Processing. An example of this is Onoma, the verb conjugator smart.

      By the way of verbs, I have thought of one verb, that I thought other times; now I will explain you why I thought it other times.

     Well. This verb is: Dormir = to sleep. And I have thought of it, because, many times, I have listened “dormiendo”, instead of “durmiendo” = “sleeping” = the present participle of the verb “dormir” (“to sleep”).Then, I have entered on the web site (www.molinodeideas.es) –and concretely I have clicked on conjugador de verbos inteligente, where you read: ¿Qué hacemos?--  today and I have search the verb “To sleep” and the result has been this one:

     

     El verbo puede ser pronominal en función del significado El verbo no está conjugado pronominalmente.

Formas no personales

Infinitivo

dormir

Participio

dormido

Gerundio

durmiendo

Formas Simples

Indicativo

Presente

·                Yo duermo

·                Tú duermes

·                Él duerme

·                Nosotros dormimos

·                Vosotros dormís

·                Ustedes duermen

·                Ellos duermen

Pretérito Perfecto Simple

·                Yo dormí

·                Tú dormiste

·                Él durmió

·                Nosotros dormimos

·                Vosotros durmisteis

·                Ustedes durmieron

·                Ellos durmieron

Condicional

·                Yo dormiría

·                Tú dormirías

·                Él dormiría

·                Nosotros dormiríamos

·                Vosotros dormiríais

·                Ustedes  dormirían

·                Ellos dormirían

Pretérito Imperfecto

·                Yo dormía

·                Tú dormías

·                Él dormía

·                Nosotros dormíamos

·                Vosotros Dormíais

·                Ustedes

·                Ellos dormian       

                                          

 

                                                                      Futuro

·                Yo dormiré

·                Tú dormirá

·                Él dormirá

·                Nosotros dormiremos

·                Vosotros dormiréis

·                Ustedes dormirán

·                Ellos dormirándormirán

Subjuntivo

Presente

·                Yo duerma

·                Tú duermas

·                Él duerma

·                Nosotros durmamos

·                Vosotros durmáis

·                Ustedes duerman

·                Ellos duerman

Pretérito Imperfecto A

·                Yo durmiera

·                Tú durmieras

·                Él durmiera

·                Nosotros durmiéramos

·                Vosotros durmierais

·                Ustedes durmieran

·                Ellos durmieran

Pretérito Imperfecto B

·                Yo durmiese

·                Tú durmieses

·                Él durmiese

·                Nosotros durmiésemos

·                Vosotros durmieseis

·                Ustedes durmiesen

·                Ellos durmiesen

Futuro

·                Yo durmiere

·                Tú durmieres

·                Él Durmiere

·                Nosotros durmiéremos

·                Vosotros durmiereis

·                Ustedes durmieren

·                Ellos durmieren

 

 

      I hope that help you with your learning of the Spanish.

Best regards,

Luis.

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