﹥ Portuguese Conjugator ﹥ -AR | amestrar

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Conjugation of Portuguese Verb amestrar



Indicative Tenses

eu amestreinós amestrámos
tu amestrastevós amestrastes
ele amestroueles amestraram
past imperfect
eu amestravanós amestrávamos
tu amestravasvós amestráveis
ele amestravaeles amestravam
past pluperfect
eu amestraranós amestráramos
tu amestrarasvós amestráreis
ele amestraraeles amestraram

Indicative Tenses

eu amestronós amestramos
tu amestrasvós amestrais
ele amestraeles amestram
eu amestrareinós amestraremos
tu amestrarásvós amestrareis
ele amestraráeles amestrarão
nós amestremos
tu amestravós amestrai
ele amestreeles amestrem
eu amestrarianós amestraríamos
tu amestrariasvós amestraríeis
ele amestrariaeles amestrariam
personal infinitive
eu amestrarnós amestrarmos
tu amestraresvós amestrardes
ele amestrareles amestrarem

Subjunctive Tenses

eu amestrassenós amestrássemos
tu amestrassesvós amestrásseis
ele amestrasseeles amestrassem
eu amestrenós amestremos
tu amestresvós amestreis
ele amestreeles amestrem
eu amestrarnós amestrarmos
tu amestraresvós amestrardes
ele amestrareles amestrarem

*Verbs are shown as radical + verb pattern or irregular verb. For example, the infinitive gostar conjugation is shown as 'gost' + 'ar'. The irregular first person singular preterite of ter conjugation is shown as tive.

-AR conjugation hints:
  1. All second persons end in 's' except for the imperative and preterite indicative singular
  2. All singulars for first and second persons end in a vowel except for the future and personal infinitive
  3. All first person plurals end in '-mos'
  4. All third person plurals end in 'm' except for future indicative
  5. The future subjunctive and personal infinitive are the same
  6. The future and pluperfect indicatives are the same except the stress syllable on the pluperfect is before the future and the first person singular and the third person plural suffixes are different
  7. It is important to remember that all the subjunctive tenses are 'subject' unto the indicative tenses for creating the radical part of the verb. The radical for the present subjunctive is formed by dropping the final 'o' of the present indicative first person singular. The radicals for both the preterite and future subjunctives are formed by dropping the '-ram' from the preterite indicative third preson plural.
  8. Considering the -ar and either the -er or -ir suffixes as opposite conjugations, the indicative and subjunctive present tenses are almost opposites. The radical of the present subjective is formed by dropping the final 'o' from the present indicative first person singular. The verb conjugation is formed as the opposite present indicative verb conjugation except the first person singular is the same as the third person singular.
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