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Verbos de -Car, -Gar, -Zar Irregular preterite “yo” forms
Repaso: Los Verbos Regulares Verbos de –AR Verbos de –ER & –IR éamos asteasteis óaron íimos isteisteis ióieron
Los Sonidos Remember that “c” has different sounds depending on the vowel after it Ce Ci Ca Co Cu K S
El Cambio In the “yo” form of the preterite, the vowel after “c” changes in some verbs As a result...we have to change the “c” “qu” in order to protect the “k” sound
Sacar = to take SinglarPlural 1ª personaSacéSacamos 2ª personaSacasteSacasteis 3ª personaSacóSacaron Sacar K S
C Qu SinglarPlural 1ª personaSaquéSacamos 2ª personaSacasteSacasteis 3ª personaSacóSacaron Sac Saqu
Práctica Write the preterite “yo” forms: Buscar Tocar Marcar Practicar Sacar busqué toqué marqué practiqué saqué
Los Sonidos Remember that “g” has different sounds depending on the vowel after it Ge Gi Ga Go Gu G H
El Cambio In the “yo” form of the preterite, the vowel after “g” changes in some verbs As a result...we have to change the “g” “gu” in order to protect the “g” sound
G Gu SinglarPlural 1ª personaLleguéLlegamos 2ª personaLlegasteLlegasteis 3ª personaLlegóLlegaron Lleg Llegu
Práctica Write the preterite “yo” forms: Jugar Pagar Llegar jugué pagué llegué
Z C Our third change occurs because “z” rarely comes before the vowels “e” o “i”
Z C SinglarPlural 1ª personaAlmorcéAlmorzamos 2ª personaAlmorzasteAlmorzasteis 3ª personaAlmorzóAlmorzaron Almorz Almorc
Práctica Write the preterite “yo” forms: Almorzar Empezar Comenzar almorcé empecé comencé
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