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-ER and –IR Verbs
Examples Vivir> Vivo, vives, vive, vivimos, viven Ellosviven en Venezuela. Comer> Como, comes, come, comemos, comen Julio come la cena a lastres de la tarde.
Other Verbs Beber, leer, escribir, aprender, comprender, creer, abrir, asistir (a), deber, recibir, vivir, vender

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11-Por vs para
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2-Er and –ir verbs (recorded)

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  • 3. Examples Vivir> Vivo, vives, vive, vivimos, viven Ellosviven en Venezuela. Comer> Como, comes, come, comemos, comen Julio come la cena a lastres de la tarde.
  • 4. Other Verbs Beber, leer, escribir, aprender, comprender, creer, abrir, asistir (a), deber, recibir, vivir, vender