Verb conjugation in Portuguese language

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  • Portuguese verbs, being derived from Classical and Vulgar Latin verbs, resemble them in their structure. The first main issue in conjugating Portuguese verbs is determining to what conjugation group the verb belongs. As in Latin and in other modern Romance languages, there are patterns that the verb must strictly follow (if it is a regular verb, morpho-phonetical changes aside) or follow with some changes in its stem (if it is an irregular verb).

    The second main issue concerning conjugating verbs in Portuguese is the structure of the verb. As with any other Portuguese word, Portuguese verbs can be divided into morphemes, in this order: + main stem + , thematic vowel, tense-mood desinence and number-person desinence.

  • Portuguese verbs give action to nouns, and if you learn Portuguese verbs, you will be able to place an action in a certain moment in time. We covered conjugating Portuguese verbs in the present tense here.

    Portuguese verbs give action to nouns, and if you learn Portuguese verbs, you will be able to place an action in a certain moment in time. We covered conjugating Portuguese verbs in the present tense here.

  • In this video I review the present tense verb conjugations in Brazilian Portuguese and focus on pronouncing the close and open vowels in certain AR and ER verbs.

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The most important thing when we are learning how to conjugate verbs in Portuguese is to know that for each one of these conjugations (-AR, -ER and -IR) there is a verb ending. When the verbs are REGULARES it is easier because the ends will be the same, changing only according to the personal pronoun and the conjugations.