infinitive verbs and conjegated verbs
Yes, I post a lot, and I thank all of you that have taken the time to respond. I have asked this question before in some form but I don't believe I ever received a definitive answer, so here goes: I'm close to the end of L1, (lesson 24) and still can't figure out why some verbs are used in their conjugated forms and others in their infinitive forms. If there's some formula at work, I'm not seeing it. If you've taken the lessons in level 1, you know what I'm referring to. A few examples: querer, ser, estar, hablar, among others all being used in their conjugated forms. Salir, pagar, comprar, comer, etc., all used in their infinitive forms. Is there a comprehensive answer to this question? It seems so random.
Open Aug 21, 2017 - 04:56 PM
Spanish, Spanish > Grammar