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A fact: Did you know there are 101 forms for each verb in spanish while in eglish there are only 3? 

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Novvaik Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
In German, we only have nine. Six if you count the Er, Sie, Es, or He, She, It conjugations which are exactly the same.
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Mahogany-Fay Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yep, I studied Spanish in class, and it's like French... too many forms. Crazy languages. lol
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TwitchyHooligan Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2012  Student General Artist
Oh sweet-

and I though Japanese and English were tough.
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Akuma-Nushi Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2012
Yea, all of my friends are in Spanish class, and they tell me random stuff.
I believe French has 6.
Je - I __
Tu - You __
Il/Elle/On- He/She/one ___
Nous- We ____
Vous- You guys ___
Ils/Elles- The boys/Girls __

I shall teach you French while you teach me Spanish.
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Kim-SukLey Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yep! Spanish and French are very similar in that way :D
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Akuma-Nushi Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2012
That's why my school only teaches those languages, I bet.
Oh, the Romance Languages.
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NeonKitsune16 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa my mind has been blown ><
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Kim-SukLey Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yep, and we use them all :D
There is no such thing as "Can I learn the verb forms that spanish speakers use more?" because we use them all, always XD
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NeonKitsune16 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
whhhhhaaaaaa how????? >< my brain hurts *rubbing head harder* I dont know there were that many
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Kim-SukLey Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, it's actually wuite easy to understand why.
I'll explain BRIEFLY XD, you don't have to understand it, but this is how it works:

In english, there are 3 forms: Present (get) past (got) past participle (gotten). This verbs DON'T change according to the person, it's the same for I(run), You (run), He (runs), She(runs), It(runs), We (run), you (run/plural), They(run). In addition,the time tenses in english are only 9. The form of the verb run mentioned before is a simple present tense (as easy as that).

In spanish, verbs DO change according to the person.
For example, the verb run (correr)here is conjugated in the Present of Indicative.
I run *yo* corro
You run *tú* corres
He runs*él* corre
She runs*ella* corre
It runs*doesn't exist*
We run*nosotros* corremos
You run* ustedes* corren
They run*ellos* corren
Also, in spanish there are 10 time tenses, not 9 like in english.
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NeonKitsune16 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I sorta get what your saying X3 twi

I hope to get you link animation done for you X3
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