The verb illustrated in the following table is Creer (to believe)
Not used in Latin America
Verb conjugation of –ER verbs is similar to –AR verb conjugation, and is done in two stages:
First, we remove the verb ending (-ER) and are left with the stem, CRE.
Second, we add the matching suffix -o,-es,-e,-emos,-éis,-en. Remember, -ER verb conjugations are similar to –AR verb conjugations, and we only have to replace the letter ‘A’ with the letter ‘E’ in the conjugated forms.
1. You-all understand Ustedes comprenden 2. I read the book Yo leo el libro 3. She eats bread Ella come pan
Additional Regular Verbs
To put in
* The verb ‘ver’ (to see) is a regular verb in the present simple tense, except for its first-person singular (I) conjugation yo veo (I see.) ** The verb ‘saber’ (to know) is a regular verb in the present simple tense, except for its first-person singular (I) conjugation Yo sé (I know.)