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Most of the Portuguese verbs end in one of the three terminations: - er, - ar or -ir and follow conjugation rules specific to each group of verbs. To conjugate a regular verb in Portuguese, you have to add to the verb root different terminations upon person, mood, tense. There are also irregular verbs in Portuguese, like "dar", "fazer", "ir", which modify even their root, during conjugation.
To conjugate a Portuguese verb, enter its infinitive (e.g "querer", "achar") or a conjugated form like "acho", "esteve" or "querido". The Portuguese Conjugator recognizes also reflexive forms like "ver-se".
Portuguese conjugation tables are based on several models. You can click on the corresponding section to learn more.
The conjugator allows you to conjugate any verb as long as it corresponds to an existing conjugation model. They may be imaginary verbs, they may contain spelling mistakes or be buzz verbs, not yet aggregated to our conjugation tables like “googlar”, “linkar” or “escanear”
Speakers from Brazil and Portugal apply slightly different conjugation rules, which may raise challenges for learners. Use the resources below to find out more the verbs conjugation in Portugal vs. Brazil and other particularities of the Portuguese verbs.
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