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    Conjugation of Spanish verb Repetir will discuss tips on how to conjugate standard Spanish verbs in the preterite tense. The preterite tense is one of the previous tenses on Spanish which is used to describe actions, experiences, situations, or circumstances that took place in the past. Major of this concept is not when to use the preterite tense although how to correctly conjugate the preterie verb tense.

    Let´s examine the best way regular « ar » verbs are conjugated inside preterit tense by using the action-word « hablar » this means « to speak.  »

    « AR » Verbs (hablar)

    Yo hablé

    Tú hablaste

    Él/ella/usted habló

    Nosotros/nosotras hablamos

    Ellos/ellas/ustedes hablaron

    Now we will take a look at how regular « er » verbs will be conjugated in the preterit tenses by using the verb « beber » meaning « to drink up.  » In addition, the student of Spanish should likewise be aware that there exists another action-word in Spanish which does mean « to have.  » The fact that verb is normally « tomar. inch

    « ER » Verbs (beber)

    Con respecto a mi bebí

    Vosotros bebiste

    Él/ella/usted bebió

    Nosotros/nosotras bebimos

    Ellos/ellas/ustedes bebieron

    Let´s now observe how regular « ir » verbs will be conjugated inside preterit tense by using the verb « vivir » meaning « to are located.  »

    « IR » Verbs Permanecer

    Yo viví

    Tú viviste

    Él/ella/usted vivió

    Nosotros/nosotras vivimos

    Ellos/ellas/ustedes vivieron

    Before closing this concept, let´s examine a few examples of how Spanish verbs happen to be conjugated inside preterite tenses.

    Anoche saliste con Juan.

    Last night you went out with Juan.

    Anteriormente nosotros necesitamos un destornillador.

    Yesterday all of us needed an important screwdriver.

    La semana pasada ustedes comieron andosco dos veces y ternera una vez.

    Yesterday you men ate lamb twice and veal once.

    Mi sobrino metió las hojas en la bolsa pl ástica.

    My best nephew trapped the leaves in the cheap bag.

    Tal mañana todas las empleadas limpiaron el cubil.

    This morning the workers cleaned the sack.

    Anoche la suegrita cubrió el bizcocho.

    Last night my mother-in-law coated the unique birthday cake.