THE SPANISH VERB (...IR / ...ER endings)
A verb in Spanish must have one of three endings in the infinitive: '...ar', '...er', '...ir'. What is significant here is that the '...ir' and '...er' verb endings of regular verbs are identical in nearly all tenses and moods with very few exceptions. The Future Subjunctive is nowadays only found in literature and legal language.
VIVIR y COMER
(Remember: the 'usted' form takes the same as 'él' and 'ustedes' is the same as 'ellos')
For the compound forms of these verbs (eg. I have eaten, etc) follow the same patterns as SALTAR (compound tenses)
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