Verb[ir] remove ir add en
vivir viv viven
escribir escrib escriben
subir sub suben
In Spanish, regular verbs are those that can be conjugated independently without modifying the stem (lexeme), and have endings that adapt to each tense. There are three types of regular verbs: verbs ending in "ar", "er" and "ir". In this lesson, we will touch on the [ir] regular verbs. To conjugate regular [ir] verbs: first drop the -ir and then add one of six present tense endings specific to -ir verbs: -o, -es, -e, -e, -imos, or -en. For present tense, second person polite plural [Ustedes] use "en".
Ustedes viven en México. [vivir]
You [formal plural] live in Mexico.
Ustedes eacriben libros. [escribir]
You [formal plural] write books.