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K.Brown, 2008-09 Verbs in the Preterite Tense Whats the noise about all the shoes??? Boots Sandals Sneakers Shoes.

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1 K.Brown, Verbs in the Preterite Tense Whats the noise about all the shoes??? Boots Sandals Sneakers Shoes

2 Stem Changing Verbs You learned to call them BOOT verbs! …Because the forms that have a change are in the shape of a boot. QuieroQueremos QuieresQueréis QuiereQuieren

3 We have these BOOT verbs in the present tense only. We wear boots in the present, the here and now!

4 past But in the past they didnt wear boots. They went barefoot!

5 past not exist In the past preterite tense, boot verbs do not exist. Pienso I plan Pensamos We plan Piensas You plan Pensáis You all plan Piensa He/she plans You (formal) plan Piensan They plan You all plan Pensé I planned Pensamos We planned Pensaste You planned Pensasteis You all planned Pensó He/she planned You (formal) planned Pensaron They planned You all planned PENSAR = to plan

6 I As time went on, some people began to use primitive forms of shoes. Only a few that could afford them (Hmmm, I can buy those)! Sandals

7 I Hence you will find a few sandal verbs in the past preterite tense in verbs that end in -IR. Sirvo I serve Servimos We serve Sirves You serve Servís You all serve Sirve He/she serves You (formal) serve Sirven They serve You all serve Serví I served Servimos We served Serviste You served Servisteis You all served Sirvió He/she served You (formal) served Sirvieron They served You all served SERVIR = to serve They are called sandal verbs because the forms that change are the shape of the bottom of a sandal.

8 Sigo I follow Seguimos We follow Sigues You follow Seguís You all follow Sigue He/she follows You (formal) follow Siguen They follow You all follow Seguí I followed Seguimos We followed Seguiste You followed Seguisteis You all followed Siguió He/she followed You (formal) followed Siguieron They followed You all followed SEGUIR = to follow They are called sandal verbs because the forms that change are the shape of the bottom of a sandal.

9 Prefiero I prefer Preferimos We prefer Prefieres You prefer Preferís You all prefer Prefiere He/she prefers You (formal) prefer Prefieren They prefer You all prefer Preferí I preferred Preferimos We preferred Preferiste You preferred Preferisteis You all preferred Prefirió He/she preferred You (formal) preferred Prefirieron They preferred You all preferred PREFERIR= to prefer They are called sandal verbs because the forms that change are the shape of the bottom of a sandal.

10 Compito I compete Competimos We compete Compites You compete Competís You all compete Compite He/she competes You (formal) compete Compiten They compete You all compete Competí I competed Competimos We competed Competiste You competed Competisteis You all competed Compitió He/she competed You (formal) competed Compitieron They competed You all competed COMPETIR= to compete They are called sandal verbs because the forms that change are the shape of the bottom of a sandal.

11 Me visto I dress Nos vestimos We dress Te vistes You dress Os vestís You all dress Se viste He/she dresses You (formal) dress Se visten They dress You all dress Me vestí I dressed Nos vestimos We dressed Te vestiste You dressed Os vestisteis You all dressed Se vistió He/she dressed You (formal) dressed Se vistieron They dressed You all dressed VESTIRSE= to dress They are called sandal verbs because the forms that change are the shape of the bottom of a sandal.

12 PEDIR= to order/ask for Pido I order Pedimos We order Pides You order Pedís You all order Pide He/she orders You (formal) orders Piden They order You all order Pedí I ordered Pedimos We ordered Pediste You ordered Pedisteis You all ordered Pidió He/she ordered You (formal) ordered Pidieron They ordered You all ordered PEDIR= to order/ask for They are called sandal verbs because the forms that change are the shape of the bottom of a sandal.

13 DORMIR (o u) duermo I sleep dormimos We sleep duermes You sleep dormís You all sleep duerme He/she sleeps You (formal) sleep duermen They sleep You all sleep dormí I slept dormimos We slept dormiste You slept dormisteis You all slept durmió He/she slept You (formal) slept durmieron They slept You all slept DORMIR= to sleep They are called sandal verbs because the forms that change are the shape of the bottom of a sandal.


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