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I need to match the subject pronouns with the verb llevar

these are the verbs:
llevas, llevamos, llevo, llevan, lleva

these are the subj. pronouns:
yo, el, nosotros, ellas, tu, ella, ellos, ustedes.

PLEASE HELP

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  1. What you need to learn is a regular pattern -ar verb, like hablar.
    yo hablo (notice o in yo & o as ending)
    tú hablas (notice the -as ending here)
    él/ella/usted habla (theme vowel a)

    nosotros/nosotras hablamos (note -amos)
    vosotros/vosotras hablais (note ais)
    ellos/ellas/ustedes hablan (note -an)

    Now, look at the endings (-as, -amos, -o, -an, -a) and select the correct subject pronoun.

    After you do that, post your choices and I'll be h appy to check it for you.

    In the list of pronouns, you MUST have accent marks where they belong = él /tú

    Here's how important the accent mark is:
    el = the but él = he (or it for masculine singular inanimate object)

    tu = your ú = you

    Sra

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  2. thanks

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  3. thanks

    Yo llevo
    el llevan
    nosotros llevamos
    ellas llevan
    tu llevas
    ella lleva
    ellos llevan
    ustedes llevan

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  4. that was me by the way

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  5. Check the 2nd again = él lleva

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