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El pretérito: verbos en -AR
What is el pretérito? Stuff that happened in the past!! Its DONE… OVER WITH!!
How do we conjugate an AR verb en el pretérito?? There are 3 simple steps!!!
Drop the ending!
Lets take a look
CANT AR to sing
Figure out WHO DID THE ACTION??
He or She sang
Add the correct ending:
-é -aste -ó -amos -aron yo tú él nosotros ellos
CANT É I sang
CANT ASTE you sang
tú cantaste tú cantaste
CANT Ó he or she sang
Él cantó Ella cantó
CANT AMOS we sang
CANT ARON they sang
ITS THAT SIMPLE!!
3 steps: 1.Drop the ending
CANT AR to sing
3 steps: 1.Drop the ending 2.Figure out who did the action
I sang you sang he or she sang we sang they sang
3 steps: 1.Drop the ending 2.Figure out who did the action 3.add the correct ending
yo cant tú cant él/ella/Ud. cant nosotros cant ellos/ellas/Uds.cant é aste ó amos aron
Lets try for ourselves! Caminar: yo camin____ tú camin____ él/ella/Ud. camin____ nosotros camin_____ ellos/ellas/Uds.camin_____
Taking it one step further… Montar : Montar :yo tú él/ella/Ud. nosotros ellos/ellas/Uds.
They danced They danced
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