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What is the plural of Tomar?

What is the plural of Tomar?

tomar to take to drink
plural plural pluralistic

What type of verb is Tomar?

Tomar is a regular -ar verb.

What tense is Tomando?

The gerundio of Tomar is tomando. The present continuous tense is formed by combining the auxiliary verb Estar with the gerundio.

What are the 3 infinitive endings?

Spanish verbs in the infinitive form have one of these three endings: ar, er, ir. The infinitive form means the verb is not conjugated. So, the English equivalent is when you express verbs with ‘to’ in front, such as ‘to write,’ ‘to read,’ and ‘to talk.

What is the affirmative Tu command for Tomar?


Affirmative Imperative Take! toma
Negative Commands Don’t take! no tomes

What is the past tense of Tomar?

Tomar Conjugation: Preterite Tense

yo tomé
él/ella tomó
nosotros/as tomamos
vosotros/as tomasteis

How do you use Tomar?

In the context of eating and drinking tomar is used like the English phrase ‘to have a…’. For example, in English, you could say ‘to have a drink’, ‘to have a glass of wine’ or ‘to have a piece of cheese’. Here is a simple example: English: Do you want to have a glass of wine or a coffee?

How do you know when to use the subjunctive?

The subjunctive mood is for expressing wishes, suggestions, or desires, and is usually indicated by an indicative verb such as wish or suggest, paired then with a subjunctive verb. Often, the subjunctive verb is unchanged, as with visit in the sentence “I wish I could visit that cat.”

How do you conjugate IR in present tense?

  1. Verbs ending in -ir belong to the second conjugation and form their present tense stem by losing the -ir from the infinitive.
  2. The present tense endings for -ir verbs are:-is, -is, -it, -issons, -issez, -issent.
  3. Remember the extra syllable in the nous and vous forms.

What is the perfect active infinitive?

The perfect active infinitive is formed from the perfect stem. The perfect passive infinitive is formed from the fourth principal part—in the example, laudatus, plus “esse.” The perfect passive infinitive is laudatus esse.

How do you use Pensar infinitive?

When followed by an infinitive, pensar is used to indicate plans or intentions.

  1. Pienso viajar a Venezuela.
  2. ¿Piensas viajar?
  3. Él piensa visitar los templos.
  4. Pensamos salir dentro de quince días.
  5. Ellos piensan conocer un lugar turístico.

What is the negative Tu command for comer?

no comas
ER: comer

Affirmative Command Negative Command
come no comas
él/ella/ud. coma no coma
nosotros comamos no comamos