Spanish verb conjugation cheat sheet (PDF + image)

by Jakub Marian

Tip: Don’t miss the Vocabulary-building system LingQ. It’s a tool I have been using myself for more than 5 years, based on entertaining texts (includ­ing public domain books) and recordings by native speakers.

I wanted to have a concise ready-to-print cheat sheet with all conjugated forms of regular Spanish verbs. Surprisingly, I wasn’t able to find a good one on the internet (but I admit I didn’t try that hard), so I decided to make one myself.

You can see an image containing the cheat sheet below. You can also get a ready-to-print PDF version as a gift with a subscription to my Spanish educational mailing list.

Note: The “vosotros” form (second person plural) is grey as a reminder that it is not used in Latin American Spanish (i.e. in most of the Spanish speaking world) where the “ustedes” form (third person plural) is used instead.

spanish-cheat-sheet

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