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Spanish verb conjugation

Spanish verb conjugation
Spanish is a Romance language that developed from the Latin language. There are 340 milion native speakers. It is spoken on the whole American continent in addition to the Iberian peninsula in Europe. Spanish verbs are conjugated in four moods, four simple tenses, and in six persons. Most verbs are conjugated regulary in one of the three conjugations. There is however a significant number of irregular verbs... Entering verbs: There are some characters that don't exist in the English alphabet. The rest of special characters (é, á, ó, and ú) do not exist in infinitives. Translate Translate verbs from English to Spanish and conjugate the translations. Spanish Verb Conjugation v.2.0 References "Los quince mil verbos españoles; su gramática, clasificación y conjugación".

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