¡Hola! Today, we will be sharing a second grammar worksheet about regular verbs in Spanish, this time on -ER ending verbs. We will focus on practicing the conjugation rules for -ER regular verbs in Spanish in the present tense. Hopefully, the exercises in this worksheet will help you reinforce your knowledge on this topic.
Students could work individually or in pairs to solve the exercises on this worksheet.
First of all, this worksheet presents a short definition of regular verbs in Spanish, that is verbs that follow specific conjugation rules depending on their ending. The first exercise includes a list of common -ER regular verbs in Spanish. The first one (COMER – to eat) has already been conjugated so all they need to do is to conjugate the remaining nine verbs following the same pattern. Please review the lesson on this topic on our website before working on this worksheet. As for the second exercise, students must complete the sentences using the right conjugation for each -ER regular verb in Spanish in parenthesis.
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Students work in groups of three. Then, each student makes a sentence with each pronoun using one of the -ER regular verbs in Spanish in the list. They come to the front of the class, and say things like “Yo leo poesía, pero ella lee libros de misterio y tú lees libros de historia“.