El pretérito y el imperfecto

El pretérito y el imperfecto

La conjugacin EL PRETRITO Y EL IMPERFECTO El pretrito tiene verbos regulares. HABLA R habl hablast

e habl hablam os hablast eis hablaro VIVIR viv

vivist e vivi vivim os vivist eis vivier on

El pretrito tiene verbos irregulares. Hay verbos irregulares en la forma yo. BUSCAR busqu buscamos buscaste buscasteis busc

buscaron Hay verbos con races irregulares. HACER hice hiciste hizo hicimos hicistei s

hiciero n Unos verbos cambian en las formas de tercera persona. LEER le leste ley lemos

lesteis leyeron DORMIR dorm dormimos dormiste El imperfecto tiene verbos regulares. HABLAR

hablaba hablabas hablaba hablba mos hablabai s hablaban VIVIR

viva vivas viva vivam os vivais vivan Slo hay TRES verbos irregulares!!!

Practicamos la conjugacin EL PRETRITO Y EL IMPERFECTO yo hablar yo habl I talked/spoke yo hablaba I was talking/speaking

I used to speak/talk t comer t comiste you (inf) ate t comas you (inf) were eating you (inf) used to eat nosotros vivir

nosotros vivimos we lived nosotros vivamos we were living we used to live ellos leer ellos leyeron they read ellos lean

they were reading they used to read ellos morir ellos murieron they died ellos moran they were dying they used to die

yo jugar yo jugu I played yo jugaba I was playing I used to play vosotros ir vosotros fuisteis you all (inf) went

vosotros ibais you all (inf) were going you all (inf) used to go yo ser yo fui I was yo era I was I used to be

haber hubo there was (event) haba there was (description) there used to be yo andar yo anduve

I walked yo andaba I was walking I used to walk nosotros hacer nosotros hicimos we did, made nosotros hacamos we were making

we used to do l decir l dijo he said l deca he was saying he used to say Cmo se usan?

EL PRETRITO Y EL IMPERFECTO Hay reglas que te dicen cundo usar el pretrito. Rules for el PRETRITO actions that are seen as completed * For actions that happened a specific number of times (including once) * For actions that interrupt. * For actions that occurred for a specific amount of time. * For action-oriented events. Yo habl is usually translated I spoke but can be I did speak.

Words normally associated with the preterite: ayer yesterday el ao pasado last year anoche last night hace dos das two days ago una vez once (one time) Cul regla se aplica a cada oracin? Rules for el PRETRITO actions that are seen as completed A. For actions that happened a specific number of times (including once)

B. For actions that interrupt. C. For actions that occurred for a specific amount of time. D. For action-oriented events. 1.Mi madre vivi en Mxico por tres aos. 2.Los chicos corran cuando hubo un accidente. 3.Yo fui al bao diez veces ayer. 4.Nosotros fuimos al baile, bailamos, hablamos, comimos y regresamos a

Hay reglas que te dicen cundo usar el imperfecto. Rules for el IMPERFECTO actions that are seen as not completed * For actions that were repeated habitually (always/used to ___). * For ongoing actions (were/was ___ing). * For time & dates. * For most descriptions: age, physical appearance, personality, emotions, conditions, physical sensations, weather, etc. Yo hablaba is usually translated I was speaking or I used to speak but

can also be I spoke, I did speak, or I would speak. Words normally associated with the imperfect: nunca never cada verano each summer siempre always todos los das every day a menudo/frecuentemente frequently Cul regla se aplica a cada oracin? Rules for el IMPERFECTO actions that are seen as not completed

A. For actions that were repeated habitually (always/used to ___). B. For ongoing actions (were/was ___ing). C. For time & dates. D. For most descriptions: age, physical appearance, personality, emotions, conditions, physical sensations, weather, etc. 1.T eras bonita, estabas feliz y tenas suerte el da que te casaste. 2.Mi familia siempre iba a California en el verano.

3.Eran las siete y media de la maana cuando mi hijo naci. POR LO GENERAL Ask yourself this question to determine whether to use preterite or imperfect: Is it an EVENT/ACTION or is it DESCRIPTION/ONGOING?

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