Spanish verbs are heavily inflected, i.e. they change form depending on mood, person, and tense, among other things. These forms are grammatically known as conjugations. All in all, Spanish verbs, much like those of any Romance language, can come in up to seventeen different paradigms along with three non-temporal forms. This page presents all major paradigms for the verb entered along with highlights indicating irregularities in conjugation, if any.
Please use this page only for verb conjugations and not dictionary lookups. You can enter verbs in either English or Spanish and the conjugator will automatically guess the language it belongs to. Keep your inputs to within 20 characters (that should be long enough to handle any English or Spanish verb you might want to look up).