For verbs that end in -ir, take the infinitive of the verb, drop the -ir ending, and then add one of the endings you see in the chart below, based on your subject. We’ll use vivir as an example, because it is a common regular -ir verb, and can be used as a model for how to conjugate all of the other regular -ir verbs.
|Tu||vives||You (informal) live|
|El/Ella/Usted||vive||He/she/you (formal) live|
|Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes||viven||They/you (formal) live|
|Vosotros (Spain)||vivéis||You (plural informal) live|
Yo vivo en los Angeles I live in Los Angeles.
¿Dónde tú vives? Where do you live?
Click here to see common regular -ir verbs