Preterit vs Imperfect. http:// www.slideshare.net/sraellner/preterite-vs-imperfectppt. Preterit. IMPERFECT:. PRETERIT:.By armani
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PRETERITE. To express actions initiated or completed in the past. When talking about the beginning or end of an event(terminated action). ar yo = é nosotros/as = amos
Preterite. Stem Changers Only verbs ending in –ir change “e” to i or “o” to u . What are the irregularities? 1. Hacer changes to hizo in 3 rd singular. 2. Stems ending in “j” drop the “i” in 3 rd plural. ex: dij- (from decir, to say or tell) They said = Ellos dijeron
Preterite. Up to now we’ve talked about actions that happen in the present, that happen on a regular basis, or that are happening right now. These verbs are in the simple present or present progressive. Preterite.
Preterite Verbs. Page 37 Avancemos 3. Preterite Verbs. You use the preterite to talk about things that happened in the past. Here are the regular preterite forms of verbs ending in –ar , -er , and –ir . camin é camin aste camin ó. camin amos camin asteis camin aron.
Irregular Preterite. There are several irregular verbs in the preterite. In this presentation, we’ll take a look at the most important ones. Can you guess…?. Here are some irregular preterite forms. Can you guess what the present verb form might be? yo vine é l estuvo
Preterite Irregulars!. Preterite irregulars. When conjugating into the preterite tense, we there are some irregulars. If it ends in “car” “gar” or “ zar ” it will be irregular ONLY in the “ yo ” form and ONLY in the preterite tense!
Preterite Hoedown. amos, astéis, aron amos, astéis, aron Preterite –ar é, aste, ó amos, astéis, aron. Preterite –ar é, aste, ó é, aste, ó é, aste, ó Preterite –ar é, aste, ó amos, astéis, aron. Second verse, kinda like the first. Preterite – er í, iste, ió í, iste, ió
REGULAR PRETERITE. Regular Preterite. The preterite is a past tense. It is used to express a completed past action. It is used to state the beginning or the end of an action. It is used to express a series of completed past actions.