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PRETERITE VERB ENDINGS (the past tense) OF REGULAR VERBS.

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1 PRETERITE VERB ENDINGS (the past tense) OF REGULAR VERBS

2 -AR verb endings -é-amos -aste-asteis -ó-aron

3 -ER and -IR verb endings -í-imos -iste-isteis -ió-ieron

4 Sing to the tune of the “Banana Boat Song” by Harry Bellafonte Hey Mister Tally man, tally me banana Daylight come and I wanna go home Daylight come and me want go home. Chop banana ‘til the morning come. Daylight come and I wanna go home. Day-o, day-ay-ay-o Daylight come… Day-o, day-o A beautiful bunch of ripe banana, Daylight come...

5 “Banana Boat Song” by Harry Bellafonte Hide the deadly black tarantula, Daylight come... Day-o...etc. Come Mister Tally Man, tally me banana, Daylight come... Come Mister... Daylight come... I pack up all me things and I go to sea, Daylight come... Then all these banana see the last of me. Daylight come... Day-o...etc. Come Mr. Tallyman…


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