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Preterite of IR Page 385 Realidades 1
Preterite of IR You know that we use fui and fuiste to say that “I went”and “you went.” They are preterite-tense (past) forms of IR.
Preterite of IR Unlike -AR verbs, forms of IR have no accents.This is an irregular verb and its forms must be memorized.
TO GO (past) I went You went He She went it We went They went
IR (preterite) Yo fui Tú fuiste Él Ella fue Ud. Nos. fuimosVos. fuisteis Ellos Ellas fueron Uds.
Preterite of IR The preterite of IR is the same as the preterite of SER. The context makes the meaning clear.
Preterite of IR José fue a Barcelona. Jose went to Barcelona.El viaje fue un desastre. The trip was a disaster.
Preterite of IR Here’s a memory tip to help you remember the subjects of fui and fue:
Preterite of IR The “I” form ends in -i (fui).The “he” and “she” form ends in -e (fue).
El pretérito de los verbos I to Y y algunos irregulares
Present Tense 3 types of verbs in Spanish: -AR, -ER, -IR
Capítulo 1 The Verb: Ser.
Beginning of the review part 3
Present Perfect Indicative
Page 107 Realidades 1 ESTAR.
REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
Realidades 1 The Verb SER.
Estar “to be”.
3 New Irregular Preterit Verbs Irregular Preterit Verbs.
IRREGULAR VERBS IN THE PRETERITE
Irregular Preterite Verbs: Ir, Ser
IR + A + INFINITIVE.
Entre familiaGramática 2 Repaso: Preterite Preview Preterite.
The letters r and rr Except at the beginning of a word or after l or n, the sound of the letter r is made as you raise the tip of your tongue and tap the.
Ir + A. Expresses the NEAR FUTURE Going to (do something) Examples: I am going to go to the mall. He is going to go the bank. We are going to go to the.
Tener Present Tense.
Spanish I -ar verb notes
Unas gangas DUE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30 Task:
Objetivos I can conjugate a verb in the imperfect tense I can use the imperfect tense to talk about an event that took place over a period of time or used.
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