CH07_3_Irregular_verbs_in_the _preterit_III(1)

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More irregular preterit forms (Más formas irregulares del pretérito) ¿Dónde pusiste el balón?
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e (no accent) iste o (no accent) o (no accent) imos isteis ieron ieron poder poner saber pud- pus- sup- venir vin- hacer querer quis- traer tra j - eron * * Note the irregular stems for these verbs! All these verbs take the same set of endings. All irregular preterit verbs whose stem ends in j drop the i in third-person plural. hic- z (hiz o, 3 r d pers. sing.) decir di j -
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More irregular preterit forms Pude ir a la piscina. I was able (managed) to go to the pool. ¿Por qué pusiste la toalla allí? Why did you put the towel there? ¿Supiste dónde está el estadio? Did you find out where the stadium is? ¿Vino Julio al partido ayer? Did Julio come to the game yesterday? poder, poner, saber, venir, hacer, querer, decir, traer
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More irregular preterit forms Juanito hizo su cama antes de salir a jugar. Juanito made his bed before going out to play. poder, poner, saber, venir, hacer, querer, decir, traer Quise patear el balón, pero no fue posible. I wanted (tried) to kick the soccer ball, but it wasn’t possible. Ya te dije que no estoy de humor para un pícnic. I already told you that I’m not in the mood for a picnic. Las chicas trajeron comida a la fiesta. The girls brought food to the party.
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haber hubo More irregular preterit forms The preterit form of hay (from the verb haber ) is hubo for both singular and plural.
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