imp and pret review - No me paceció tan grave(At that...

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EL IMPERFECTO 1. Repeated action in the past 2. Action, state of being, or condition that was in progress at a particular point in the past. (p. 392 - Sol y viento) -- ar -- aba -- ábamos -- abas -- abais -- aba -- aban -- er/ir -- ía -- íamos -- ías -- íais -- ía -- ían ¡ Sólo hay 3 irregulares ! VER veía veíamos TENER veías veíais SABER veía veían QUEDAR PARECER IR iba íbamos PODER ibas ibais iba iban SER era éramos eras erais era eran Al llegar al consultorio, me parecía que los síntomas disminuían . (p. 392) No hablé al médico porque no lo conocía. Vi a Miguel ayer. No se veía muy bien.
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EL PRETéRITO ** difference of ASPECT, not tense El uso del pretérito con “states of being” implies one of two things: 1. the state is viewed as completed at a particular point in time 2. the state is viewed as just beginning at that point in time. (p. 392)
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Unformatted text preview: No me paceció tan grave. (At that particular moment) Estuve enferma por una semana entera. (particular period of time) Por fin conocí al médico. (began at that moment – met the doctor) Con verbos regulares – nosotros form is same as present tense. Vosotros form is tú form (in pret) plus “–is” CORTARSE me corté nos cortamos te cortaste os cortasteis se cortó se cortaron ENFERMARSE me enfermé nos enfermamos te enfermaste os enfermasteis se enfermó se enfermaron Me corté _________. Se me cortó ______________ . ( YO lo hice) (Me pasó, no fue mi culpa, etc) Rosa se rompió el brazo . A Rosa se le rompió el brazo . Me rompí ________. (yep, it was my fault…) Se me rompió _______ . (Not my fault!)...
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