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Using the past tense in Spanish El pretérito By Jami Sipe ©2010 Teachers Discovery
Llamaron a la una. = (They called at one oclock.) The Simple Past Tense La llamamos dos veces. = (We called her two times.) ©2010 Teachers Discovery Ejemplos:
Él vivió 90 años. = (He lived for 90 years.) Compré una limonada, me senté en una silla y bebí la limonada. = (I bought a lemonade, I sat in a chair and I drank the lemonade.) ©2010 Teachers Discovery Ejemplos:
En ese momento, no tuvimos miedo. = (At the moment, we werent afraid.) Yo cené anoche. Después, escuché música. = (I had dinner last night. Afterward, I listened to music.) ©2010 Teachers Discovery Más ejemplos:
Conjugations – ar The preterite of regular – ar verbs é yo hablé aste tú hablaste usted, él, ella ó habló amos nosotros/as hablamos asteis vosotros/as hablasteis ustedes, ellos/as aron hablaron ©2010 Teachers Discovery Hablar
Conjugations erir The preterite of regular –er and –ir verbs yo comí tú comiste usted, él, ella comió nosotros/as comimos vosotros/as comisteis ustedes, ellos/as comieron Vivir yo viví tú viviste usted, él, ella vivió nosotros/as vivimos vosotros/as vivisteis ustedes, ellos/as vivieron –er –ir * Note: –er and –ir verbs have the same endings in the preterite. Comer ©2010 Teachers Discovery
yo fui tú fuiste usted, él, ella fue nosotros/as fuimos vosotros/as fuisteis ustedes, ellos/as fueron 2 Verbos importantes SER IR SER e IR To beTo goTo be and To go 2 These 2 irregular verbs have the same preterite forms: ©2010 Teachers Discovery
darhacerverdecirestarvenirtener dihicevidijeestuvevinetuve distehicistevistedijisteestuvistevinistetuviste diohizoviodijoestuvovinotuvo dimoshicimosvimosdijimosestuvimosvinimostuvimos disteishicisteisvisteisdijisteisestuvisteisvinisteistuvisteis dieronhicieronvierondijeronestuvieronvinierontuvieron There are several irregular verbs in the preterite. Here are some of the more common ones: ©2010 Teachers Discovery
cargarzar –car, –gar and –zar verbs yo They have a spelling change in the yo form in the preterite to keep the pronunciation the same. yo toqué yo jugué yo almorcé tocar jugar almorzar More verbs of this kind: pagar = to pay apagar = to turn off empezar = to begin practicar = to practice sacar = to take, to take out, to get explicar = to explain buscar = to look for llegar = to arrive comenzar = to start ©2010 Teachers Discovery
y Verbs with a y spelling change in the preterite. –er –ir For –er and –ir verbs, with stems iy that end in a vowel, change thei toy in the third-person preterite forms. oír oíoímos oíste oísteis yy oyóoyeron leer leí leímos leíste leísteis yy leyó leyeroncreer creí creímos creíste creísteis yy creyó creyeron ©2010 Teachers Discovery
cantamos comió vivieron fui diste toqué leyó we sang: she ate: they lived: I was (ser): you (familiar) gave: I played (an instrument): he read: Check Your Knowledge! ©2010 Teachers Discovery
Credits ©2010 Teachers Discovery Written by: Jami Sipe Additional Information by: Suzanne Rutkowski Adriana Miretti Order Today! To get more of these Spanish grammar presentations, go to: Search: Grammar PowerPoints
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–ar verbs in the present tense Take an –ar verb How about hablar (to talk)? Chop off the –ar to get the stem hablar The stem is: habl Take the stem and.
1 El Pretérito de los verbos 2 I went to the store. I bought a shirt. I paid in cash. El Pretérito: is a past tense (“-ed”) talks about what happened.
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