Preterit er/ir verbs

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Conjugation of regular -er/-ir verbs

Conjugation of regular -er/-ir verbs

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  • 1. Los regulares –er/-ir
  • 2.  Regular verbs: ◦ Regular –ar verbs ◦ -car, -gar, -zar verbs ◦ Regular –er/-ir verbs ◦ Stem change verbs
  • 3. Ayer Yesterday Anoche Last night El añopasado Last year Anteayer Day before yesterday Estamañana This morning El veranopasado Last summerLa semanapasada Last week El mespasado Last month Hace 2 días Two days ago Hace 3 años Three years ago
  • 4. -í -imos-iste -isteis -ió -ieron
  • 5. comí comimos I ate We atecomiste comisteis You ate Y’all atecomió comieron s/he ate They ate
  • 6. viví vivimos I lived We livedviviste vivisteisYou lived Y’all livedvivió vivierons/he lived They lived
  • 7. salí salimos I left; went out We left; went out saliste salisteisYou left; went out Y’all left; went out salió salierons/he left; went out They left; went out
  • 8.  I wrote the letter to my friend. ◦ Yo le _____ la carta a mi amigo. She lived in Texas. ◦ Ella _____ en Texas. You dressed the dog. ◦ Tú _____ al perro. We went out with friends. ◦ Nosotros _____ con amigos.
  • 9.  I wrote the letter to my friend. ◦ Yo le escribíla carta a mi amigo. She lived in Texas. ◦ Ella vivióen Texas. You dressed the dog. ◦ Túvestisteal perro. We went out with friends. ◦ Nosotrossalimoscon amigos.
  • 10.  Identify the regular –er/-ir preterit endings. List 4 regular –er/-ir verbs. Conjugate the regular –er/-ir verbs. Communicate using the preterit. ◦ If not, please go to other practice links!