In the Spanish language, all verbs belong to one of three classifications or groups.
1. Verbs that end in -ar
2. Verbs that end in -er
3. Verbs that end in -ir
Spanish verbs, when they appear in their original form (infinitives), are made up of two parts: a stem and an ending.
In the verb amar, am is its stem. –Ar is the ending.
Spanish verbs are considered regular if their stem does not change when they are conjugated.
If you would like to learn to conjugate all the regular verbs in this list, visit the post called Spanish Regular Verbs: Conjugation for Beginners.
Do you already know how to conjugate regular verbs in Spanish? Sweet! I hope you find the image above each list helpful!