Portuguese/Contents/Regular verbs

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Regular verbs are verbs that have a normal pattern used in giving tense to the verbs. This is as apposed to irregular verbs, which have their own individual ways of adding tense.

Verb endings[edit]

Verbs in Portuguese end in 3 different suffixes. These suffixes are -ar, -er, and -ir. These suffixes determine how the verb's tenses are handled.


The following are sections dedicated to the different tenses used for regular verbs:

Regular verbs[edit]

Here is a list of some common regular verbs, along with their meanings: