If you’re trying to learn how to speak Spanish, then you definitely need these Spanish verb conjugation flash cards. These are the 12 most common verbs that you use in the Spanish language. You can print them at home and carry them with you wherever you go.
As a previous missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I learned how to speak French while living in Paris for a year and a half. So, when I started learning Spanish, I knew that memorizing your most common verb conjugations was key to becoming fluent. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any free Spanish verb flash cards, so I decided to make my own. Print yours right now below.
Print your Spanish verb conjugation flash cards below
These flash cards can be printed at home. The catch is, you need to make sure that you print them double- sided. If your printer doesn’t print double-sided, you can just email this PDF to your local copy store. Tell them you need them printed double-sided and make sure they match the correct verbs together. I would also recommend laminating your flash cards so they will last a lot longer. To get started, click the link below. I offer this printable for FREE to all visitors of my blog, but if you’d like to show your support, feel free to buy me a taco 🌮.
Cut and hole punch your flash cards
Once your print your flash cards, use a paper cutter and carefully cut your flash cards. You should end up with 12 double-sided Spanish flash cards. Then add a hole punch on the same spot on each card and add a book ring. You should end up with some cute and handy flash cards.
Start memorizing your Spanish verbs
The best part of these flash cards is that each of the 12 verbs includes conjugations for present, preterite (past), imperfect, future and conditional. If you can memorize these verbs like the back of your hand, you will be well on your way to fluency in the Spanish language.
I really like to keep these flash cards in my purse. Then I can practice my Spanish verb conjugations while I’m waiting for carpool, standing in line at the grocery store or sitting in the waiting room at the doctor.
I hope these flash cards will help you as you are learning how to speak Spanish. It’s doesn’t have to be difficult if you just take a few minutes every day. Let me know what you thought. Leave your comments below. Here’s the link one more time if you missed it. I offer this printable for FREE to all visitors of my blog, but if you’d like to show your support, feel free to buy me a taco 🌮.
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