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01-022 Present Tense AR verbs; nosotros/nosotras form

Posted by Señor Jordan on Oct 14, 2008 in conjugation, grammar, present, verbs, year 1 |

In this video lesson, we’ll be covering the nosotros / nosotras form of the AR verbs in the present tense.  Wow, that’s a mouthful.  If you remember, nosotros means ‘we’ (males & males + females) while nosotras means ‘we’ (females).  Enjoy!

Hope this was helpful.  Let me know if you have any questions/comments/suggestions.

ayudar (en casa)- to help (around the house)
bailar – to dance
cantar – to sing
cocinar – to cook
dibujar – to draw
enseñar – to teach
escuchar (música) – to listen to (music)
estudiar (español) – to study (Spanish)
hablar (por teléfono) – to talk (on the telephone)
nadar – to swim
necesitar – to need
patinar – to skate
practicar – to practice
terminar – to end, finish
tocar (la guitarra) – to play (guitar)
trabajar – to work

Yo practico – I practice
Tú practicas – You practice
Él practica – He practices
Ella practica – She practices
Usted practica – You (formal) practice
Nosotros practicamos – We practice
Nosotras practicamos – We (females) practice

yo hablo – I talk, I speak
tú hablas – You talk, You speak
él habla – He talks, he speaks
ella habla – She talks, she speaks
usted habla – You talk, You speak (formal)
nosotros hablamos – We talk, we speak
nosotras hablamos – We talk, we speak (females)

bien – well, fine
dinero – money
la batería – drums
la pizza – pizza
la radio – radio
mal – bad, poorly
más – more


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Nov 7, 2010 at 3:57 am

I just found your video has a mistake.
In 3:07, the sentence is “We do not play drums” but subtitie saying, “Nosotros no tocamos la bateria”. Is it right? I think the word “drums” is plural.. Isn’t it?


Señor Jordan
Nov 8, 2010 at 12:05 pm

la batería means drums or a drum set.

So it would indeed be ‘no tocamos la batería’

-Sr. J

Annie Lee
Dec 6, 2012 at 12:15 pm

you need to wear a new shirt. I don’t like Reese’s.

Nov 6, 2014 at 5:19 pm

You are missing the nosotros video.

Nov 23, 2015 at 11:03 pm

I love your videos Sr. Jordan! They are so helpful in my Espanol (couldn’t make my computer do the accent over the n, sorry) class, and my teacher recommends you all the time. I love that you teach it in such a fun, casual way and not all stiff and textbooky. BTW, I love your Reses shirt! (it’s my fave candy.) Don’t listen to the haters!



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