Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Most -ar verbs you have had will be regular; that is they follow the pattern of "hablar" = hablo, hablas, habla, hablamos, hablais, hablan
Welcome = Bienvenidos a GNN. Whether you say "I am delivering, I do deliver or I deliver, there is only one form in Spanish The verb "to deliver" is probably "recitar" because you are speaking = recito los acontecimientos en la escuela intermedia Granville. Check the spelling of Friday = viernes. Be sure to put accent marks where they belong = reunión. The word "track" is "la pista". "Practice" is "la práctica de béisbol. "That's all" = Eso es todo.
Invest in a good English to Spanish/Spanish to English dictionary. Then we'll teach you how to use it.
There are no shortcuts! Do not write it first in English and then try to translate literally (word for word.) That never works. Always use the structures/grammar and vocabulary you have had in class.
To use the dictionary: 1. take the English word and look it up in Spanish. 2. Write down ALL the possibilities. 3. Now, look up each Spanish word for the primary English meaning. You will h ave some surprises! 4. Select the best word, based on the context, or exactly how the word is used.
P.S. Use your textbook to list the -ar verbs you have had. Be sure to use the correct forms of: querer, jugar, ir. Most textbooks have all the verbs conjugated in the Appendix for the regular -ar, -er, -ir and most used irregular verbs.
After you do your best, feel free to repost for "proofreading." Next time don't ask us to DO the work for you, but to HELP with what you have done!