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rule re: changing end to "a" if you are female ex: encantada

Lara

Lara

I am sure this is a common question. I learned that you say encantada if you are female, encantado if you are male. On the second lesson, amy says "necesito" I would have thought that she would make it "necesita". What are the rules on this? thanks!
ricardo-rich

ricardo-rich

Hola Lara, Necesito is the first person singular present tense of the verb necesitar, necesita is the second person present tense the formal ud. or él , ella . When Amy says necesito ayuda, it is I need help. Verb endings change with conjugation not gender. Encantado or encantada is an adjective which usually change in number and gender. Studying the written material was a great help when I started and I refer to it often. Buena suerte este curso es maravilloso. Saludos, Rich

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