This is awesome, you beginners out there really need to take heart and have a look at this, because I realize how daunting the way verbs are conjugated in Spanish is for beginners just starting out and trying to understand the language. I just saw it in this thread over at the HTLAL forums and had to share it, check this out, it beautifully summarizes how verb conjugations work in Spanish (click to enlarge):
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