Tutor profile: Lizzie S.
What are the different ways to indicate an action in the future in Spanish?
There are two main ways to grammatically indicate an action in the future in Spanish. The first way is to use the combination of the verb ir + a + infinitive of another verb. For example, voy a caminar en el jardín (I am going to walk in the garden). The verb you conjugate is the verb "to go", or ir, and you never conjugate the second verb in the sentence. You can use this structure with any of the verb tenses of ir (except the future). The second way to state an action in the future is tot conjugate a verb in the future tense. In order to conjugate the verb in the future tense, you use the infinitive and add the endings appropriate to the sentence. There are some cases in which the conjugation of the verb is irregular and you do not use the infinitive. For example poner becomes podr-, haber becomes habr-, and saber becomes sabr-. The endings: Yo - é Tú- ás Él/Ella/Ud.- á Nosotros- emos Vosotros- éis. Ellos, Ellas, Uds.- án
Subject: Microsoft Suite
How do you see your presenter notes when presenting on PowerPoint?
At the top, under the Presentations tab, click on presenter view.
Subject: Study Skills
How to best prepare for a big exam?
The best way to study for an exam is to find out what study method works best for you. It is always recommended to hand write your notes in class if you can and reviewing your notes for about an hour after each class. It has been proven that by studying little and little after each class instead of cramming at the last minute yields greater retention.
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