Welcome to the Learnish Conjugation Camp! Honestly, it’s not as tough as it seems. It’s always nice to conjugate a regular verb! All regular ER verbs are conjugated in the same way. In this example, we are going to use comer, which is a perfectly regular ER verb.
Cut the verb down to the stem so that it’s ready for conjugation, it’s easy!
Remove the verb ending (ar, ir, er) and you have the stem (comer becomes com)
Infinitive/Infinitivo: comer (to eat)
In the present tense
|Personal Pronoun||Conjugation||English Translation|
|Yo||stem + o (como)||I eat|
|Tú||stem + es (comes)||You eat|
|Él / Ella / Usted||stem + e (come)||He / She eats (or formal for you eat)|
|Nosotros / Nosotras||stem + emos (comemos)||We eat|
|Ellos / Ellas||stem + en (comen)||They eat|