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Why do you conjugate verbs in Spanish?

Because that's the nature of Spanish; its roots from Latin. The reason for conjugation is simply to make the sentence make sense. In English we automatically have our verbs (MORE)

Is 'hace' a verb in Spanish?

"Hace" is the third person singular present form of the verb "hacer", which means "to make" or "to do". "Hace" would then mean "he/she/you formal make or do".
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What are the spanish verbs ending with ar?

these are only some of them: abrazar - to hug ayudar - to help bailar - to dance caminar - to walk cantar - to sing charlar - to chat comprar - to buy contestar - to answer d (MORE)

What are the infinitive forms of Spanish verbs?

In english they translate to "to swim" or "to speak." So in spanish the word you would use to say "to swim" would be "nadar." In a sense, they are the native form of the verb, (MORE)

Is the Spanish verb nacerse reflexive?

Yes. As a question about Spanish grammar, any verb ending in -se is reflexive. However, nacerse not translated as a reflexive verb in English as it means "to bud" (i.e. a flow (MORE)

How many spanish verb tenses are there?

There are 14 tenses. Here's a list: 1. Present Indicative 2. Preterit Indicative 3. Imperfect Indicative 4. Future Indicative 5. Present Perfect Indicative 6. Past (MORE)