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Spanish Essentials; Tenses Masterpost

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El Presente

To be used when currently doing the activity

AR                                ER                           IR

o                                    o                                o
as                                  es                              es
a                                    e                                e
amos                             emos                        imos
áis                                 éis                             ís
an                                  en                             en

Common Verbs, Irregulars and Stem Changers

·       SER; soy, eres, es, somos, sois, son

·       ESTAR; estoy, estás, está, estamos, estáis, estan

·       IR; voy, vas, va, vamos, vais, van

·       HACER; hago, haces, hace, hacemos, hacéis, hacen

·       TENER; tengo, tienes, tiene, tenemos, tenéis, tienen

e.g. I speak
      Hablo

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El Pretério

To be used the same as English simple past; ‘ed’

AR                            ER                           IR

é                                   í                                í
aste                              iste                           iste
ó                                   ío                              ió
amos                            imos                         imos
asteis                           isteis                         isteis
aron                              ieron                         ieron

Common Verbs, Irregulars and Stem Changers

·       SER; fui, fuiste, fue, fuimos, fuisteis, fueron

·       ESTAR; estuve, estuviste, estuvo, estuvimos, estuvisteis, estuvieron

·       IR; fui, fuiste, fue, fuimos, fuisteis, fueron

·       HACER; hice, hiciste, hizo, hicimos, hicisteis, hicieron

·       TENER; tuve, tuviste, tuvo, tuvimos, tuvisteis, tuvieron

e.g. I spoke
     Hablé

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El Imperfecto

To talk about something that ‘was’ happening

AR                                ER                           IR

aba                                ía                                ía
abas                              ías                              ías
aba                                ía                               ía
ábamos                         íamos                        íamos
abais                              íais                            íais
aban                               ían                            ían

Common Verbs, Irregulars and Stem Changers

·       SER; era, eras, era, éramos, erais, eran

·       IR; iba, ibas, iba, ibamos, ibais, iban

·       VER; veía, veías, veía, veíamos, veíais, veían

e.g. I was speaking
       Hablaba

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El Perfecto

To talk about something that has happened/ Can also be used to say I have just…

1) Use the present tense of HABER (to have)

HABER
he
has
ha
hemos
habéis
han

2) Form the past participle

AR-ADO     ER-IDO     IR-IDO

3) Place together

e.g. I have (just) spoken
      He Hablado

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El Pluscuamperfecto

To talk about something that had happened

1) Use the imperfect tense of HABER (to have)

HABER
había
habías
había
habíamos
habíais
habían

2) Form the past participle

AR-ADO     ER-IDO     IR-IDO

3) Place together

e.g. I had spoken
      Había Hablado

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El Futuro

to say I am going to…

1.     Use the verb IR (to go) ; voy, vas, va, vamos, vais, van

2.     Follow it with an ‘a

3.     Use an infinitive e.g. Hablar (to speak)

e.g. I am going to speak
       Voy a hablar

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El Futuro

to say I will…

*These are added on to the infinitive*

AR/ER/IR

é
ás
á
emos
éis
án

Common Stem Changers

·       HACER-Har+

·       TENER-Tendr+

e.g. I will speak
     Hablaré

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El Condicional

to say I would…

*These are added on to the infinitive*

AR/ER/IR

ía
ías
ía
íamos
íais
ían

Common Stem Changers

·       HACER-Har+

·       TENER-Tendr+

e.g. I could speak
      Hablaría

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1. why does the title have emojis

2. why is it 42 fucking minutes long

Latibær í Vandræðum. From what I’ve seen of it, the story is decently similar to Glanni Glæpur í Latibæ.

  • Me: *explaining my dream I had last night about going to Iceland*
  • Dad: that's weird because my friend just got back from Iceland and I don't remember telling you
  • Mom: that's because she has had a thing for Iceland lately
  • Me: no, I don't have a thing for Iceland, i have a thing for an Icelandic kids show about eating right and being active and watching a man in a really tight blue costume flip around and summon apples from the sky
  • Mom: what
  • Me: there's a difference mom
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A Basic Guide for Pronouncing Icelandic.

This is a subject that I frequently post about, and yet its basics have yet to be properly discussed. This post will help you to achieve familiarity with the Icelandic language, both in terms of written characters and their respective sounds. This guide may also be used as a method for pronouncing Old Norse. It is a lengthy guide, but that is because Icelandic, in all its beauty, is a bit difficult for most people to pronounce. In the end, this quite is only “basic” because it does not delve deeply into the linguistics behind certain sounds involved. Nonetheless, this guide should provide to be very helpful!

When working through this guide, try to avoid becoming overwhelmed. I strongly recommend working through only one section at a time.

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Lærðu Íslensku í 200 orðum - Learn Icelandic in 200 words

First of all, we would like to thank funwithlanguages for this great idea, but mainly for letting people participate in such an interesting activity!

Verbs

  1. be - vera/vertu/verið þið
  2. there is - það er
  3. have - hafa
  4. do - gera
  5. create (aka “make”) - skapa
  6. cause (aka “make”) - valda
  7. go - fara
  8. say - segja
  9. speak - tala
  10. know - vita
  11. think - hugsa
  12. want - vilja
  13. like - líka
  14. can - get
  15. need - þörf
  16. should - ætti
  17. try - reyna
  18. feel - finna
  19. work (also as a noun) - vinna
  20. learn - læra
  21. understand - skilja
  22. get (meaning “obtain”) - fá
  23. use - nota
  24. start - byrja
  25. eat - borða
  26. see - sjá
  27. write - skrifa
  28. give - gefa
  29. sleep - sofa
  30. buy - kaupa
  31. decide - ákveða
  32. find - finna
  33. ask - spyrja
  34. meet (meaning to meet someone for the first time) - kynnast
  35. meet (meaning “meet up with”) - hitta
  36. take - taka

Phrases

  1. hello - hæ/halló
  2. goodbye - bæ/bless
  3. “Nice to meet you.” - gaman að kynnast þér
  4. yes - já
  5. no - nei
  6. okay - allt í lagi
  7. please - uh, vikings are not known for being polite, so “please” is not used, as it is in English.
  8. thank you - takk
  9. you’re welcome - verði þér að góðu
  10. sorry - fyrirgefðu
  11. excuse me (to catch someone’s attention) - afsakaðu
  12. well (as in “Well, I think that…”) - jæja
  13. Really? - í alvöru?

Conjunctions

  1. that (as in “I think that…” or “the woman that…”) - að/sem
  2. and - og
  3. or - eða
  4. but - en
  5. though - þó
  6. because - því að
  7. therefore - þess vegna
  8. if - ef

Prepositions

  1. before (also as a conjunction) - fyrir/á undan/áður
    after (also as a conjunction) - eftir á
  2. of - af
  3. from - frá
    to - til
  4. in - í
  5. at (place) - hjá
  6. at (time) - klukkan
  7. with - með
  8. about - um
  9. like (meaning “similar to”) - eins og
  10. for (warning, this one has several meanings that you need to take care of) - fyrir/handa

Adjectives and adverbs

  1. a lot - margt/mikið
    a little - smávegis
  2. good / well - gott/vel
    bad / badly - vont/slæmt/illilega
  3. more (know how to say “more … than”) - meira
    better (often irregular and not just “more good”) - betra
  4. most - mest
  5. enough - nóg
  6. even (as in “this could even be”) - jafnvel (þetta gæti jafnvel verið)
  7. right - rétt
    wrong - vitlaust

Adjectives

  1. the, a (technically articles) - Icelandic has those articles integrated in the words, it’s complicated.
  2. this (also as a noun) - þetta
    that (also as a noun) - þetta/það
  3. all - allt
    some - eitthvað/sum
    no - ekkert/enginn
  4. other - annar
  5. any - einhver
  6. easy - auðvelt
    hard - hart
  7. early - snemma
    late - seint
  8. important - mikilvægt/áriðandi
  9. cool (as in “that’s cool”) - flott
  10. same - sami
  11. different - öðruvísi
  12. beautiful - fallegt

Adverbs

  1. very - mjög
  2. too (as in “too much”) - of
  3. also - líka/einnig
  4. only - einungis/bara
  5. now - núna
  6. here - hér
  7. maybe - kannski/mögulega
  8. always - alltaf/ætíð
    often - oft
    sometimes - stundum
    never - aldrei
  9. today (also as a noun) - í dag
    yesterday - í gær
    tomorrow - á morgun
  10. almost - næstum því
  11. still - enn/ennþá
  12. already - nú þegar

Nouns

  1. thing - hlutur
  2. person - manneskja
  3. place - staður
  4. everything - allt
    something - eitthvað
    nothing - ekkert
  5. time (as in “a long time”) - tími (langur tími/langt síðan)
  6. times (as in “I did it 3 times”) - sinnum
  7. friend - vinur
  8. mother, father, parent - móðir, faðir, foreldri
  9. daughter, son, child - dóttir, sonur, barn
  10. wife, husband - eiginkona/kona, eiginmaður/maður
  11. girlfriend, boyfriend - kærasta, kærasti
  12. breakfast - morgunmatur
  13. lunch - hádegismatur
  14. dinner - kvöldmatur
  15. money - peningar/peningur
  16. day - dagur
  17. year - ár
  18. hour - klukkutímí
  19. week - vika
  20. house - hús
  21. office - skrifstofa
  22. language - tungumál
  23. name - nafn
  24. word - orð
  25. company - fyrirtæki
  26. Internet - alheimsvefurinn

Question Words

  1. who - hver
  2. what - hvað
  3. where - hvar
  4. when - hvenær
  5. why - af hverju
  6. how - hvernig
  7. how much - hversu mikið

Pronouns

  1. I - ég
  2. you - þú
  3. she, he - hún, hann
  4. it - það
  5. we - við
  6. you (plural) - þið
  7. they - þau
  8. they are (as in “those people”) - þau eru
  9. they are (as in “those guys”) - þeir eru
  10. they are (as in “these girls”) - þær eru

ara301  asked:

One of the children in gen 2 had Nine kids she Was supposed to have like three kids but i really wanted another boy so i kept trying but first she haf twins the another set of twins all girls btw then á girl so í strated to pissed so í cheated but the she had tripplets a girl and tvo boys so i got what í wanted but then í started thinking how many kids i will have to age up and í havent played with the fam in like to weeks its just so much u know PS. Srry this so long

holy moly i always want twins but i only get them when i dont/cant afford them it’s so rude you are one tough lady i believe 

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Hi, I’m Wingdings anon. I can’t ask more, so I did a blog. I will comunicate for here.

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