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What does it mean to conjugate a verb? This is for Spanish. Also, I have looked up what it means, and I must’ve missed this in the lesson too. What does this mean to do? I am just not understanding. Thank you!!

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  1. Does estar, meaning “to be” have it’s own meaning, as well as being the verbs of estoy, estás, está, etc.?

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  2. To conjugate a verb is to show its principle parts, present, past, future, etc. For example, in English we conjugate the verb to be ---
    I am
    you are
    it is
    ~~~~~
    I was
    you were
    it was
    etc.

    In Spanish --

    http://www.spanishdict.com/conjugate/ir

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  3. I get it I think. So using estar, which means “to be”
    Present tense-estar/estoy/estas/esta/estamos/estais/estan?

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  4. https://www.google.com/search?q=conjugation+estar

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  5. So to conjugate the word “estar” you would say:
    (Yo - I) Estoy - am
    Etc.?

    Sorry I know I am being a pain in the , I just am trying to understand it

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  6. Yes.
    And you're not being a pain. We are here to help students.

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  7. :-) thank you so much! I am glad I understand this now. The book was not very clear and I was just not understanding it. Thanks again!

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  8. You are very welcome.

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