Spanish: Present Indicative of "er" and "ir" Verbs - Presentation 
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English: Hello! How are you? Today you will learn more verbs to talk about other activities of your daily life.
Spanish: ¡Hola! ¿Cómo estás? Hoy aprenderás más verbos para hablar de otras actividades de tu vida diaria.
English: Let’s talk about the things I do on the weekends. Pay attention because I’m going to use many important verbs.
Spanish: Hablemos de las cosas que hago los fines de semana. Pon atención porque voy a usar muchos verbos importantes.
English: In the morning, I eat cereal with milk and drink a cup of coffee. Since I live in New York City, I like to do activities outdoors. Very early, I run for an hour in the park and after that I climb up the stairs in my building.
Spanish: Por la mañana, como cereal con leche y bebo una taza de café. Como vivo en Nueva York, me gusta hacer actividades al aire libre. Muy temprano, corro por una hora en el parque y después subo las escaleras de mi edificio.
English: At noon, I read a book for an hour, I write down a few notes about the more important things from the book, and I answer some e-mails.
Spanish: Al mediodía, leo un libro por una hora, escribo algunas notas sobre las cosas más importantes del libro, y respondo algunos correos electrónicos.
English: Now, I want to ask you.
Spanish: Ahora, te quiero preguntar.
English: Do you run in the mornings?
Spanish: ¿Corres por las mañanas?
English: Do you eat or drink something before running?
Spanish: ¿Comes o bebes algo antes de correr?
English: Do you like to read during the weekend?
Spanish: ¿Te gusta leer durante el fin de semana?
English: Do you write a lot of e-mails?
Spanish: ¿Escribes muchos correos electrónicos?
English: Do you understand these questions?
Spanish: ¿Comprendes estas preguntas?
English: I am sure you do! Now that you understand and are able to answer these questions, let’s practice!
Spanish: ¡Estoy seguro de que sí! Ahora que comprendes y puedes responder a estas preguntas,¡practiquemos!
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