How do you conjugate the verb querer in present and past tenses?
PRESENT TENSE Yo quiero Nosotros queremos Tú quieres Vosotros queréis Ud/él/ella quiere Uds/ellos/ellas quieren PAST TENSE PRETERITE Yo quise Nosotros quisimos Tú quisiste Vosotros quisisteis Ud/él/ella quiso Uds/ellos/ellas quisieron PAST TENSE IMPERFECT Yo quería Nosotros queríamos Tú querías Vosotros queríais Ud/él/ella quería Uds/ellos/ellas querían
How do I write a good paragraph?
A paragraph is an organized group of sentences about one main idea and only only idea. Typically, you start a paragraph by introducing or stating your idea. You can provide examples about your idea or discuss details in the paragraph, but if you want to discuss another idea, you must start another paragraph. A good way to practice writing a paragraph is to be sure you include the following elements: 1) an introductory paragraph 2) an example or detail (or more) 3) A concluding sentence. If you give me an idea of what you are writing about, we can start there and go through how to handle what you want to say in each paragraph.
Why is future tense not conjugated in english.
There are two main ways to express about future events. 1) the helper verb "will" before a plain verb expressing the action. Example: to talk about writing in the future you can say, "He will write." 2) "(present tense) be + going + to + verb." Example: He is going to write."