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cantar to sing
Preterite verbs that end in -ar have different endings than they do in the present tense. Take special note of the differences in the ‘yo’ form and the ‘el’, ‘ella’, and ‘Ud.’ forms
canté cantaste cant
canté cantaste cantó
cantécant cantaste cantó
cantécantamos cantaste cantó
cantécantamos cantastecant cantó
cantécantamos cantastecantasteis cantó
cantécantamos cantastecantasteis cantócant
cantécantamos cantastecantasteis cantócantaron
canté I sangcantamos we sang cantaste you sangcantasteis you all sang cantó he sang she sang you sang cantaron they sang you sang
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