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Recently, I learned how to conjugate Spanish verbs that end in -ar. (caminar, pintar, trabajar, etc.) However, I never learned how to conjugate a verb that ends in -er.

I know that 'caminar' in third person would turn into 'camina.' For example: "Ella camina en el parque.

What would 'correr' be in third person? For example:

Ella fill in with correct answer en el parque.

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Just "corre":

Ella corre en el parque

The verb correr is conjugated as follows:

              SINGULAR    PLURAL
1st person    corro       corremos
2nd    "      corres      corréis
3rd    "      corre       corren

You can also get the full conjugation in this link.

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  • I would add corren. Uses in some parts of Spain and America. – Jaime Oct 27 '15 at 4:06
  • @Jaime you mean "ustedes corren" as 2nd person, right? – fedorqui 'SO stop harming' Oct 27 '15 at 9:02

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