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Unformatted text preview: Tener que and Ir a Tener que and Ir a Saber and Conocer Querer and Poder
Español 102 Profesora Tisa Pgs 255257 Tener que Tener que In the imperfect, tener que means had to in the past, where the action may or may not have been completed. In the preterit, tener que means had to, and did. Ir a.. Ir a.. In the imperfect ir a is used to show what you were going to do, but didn’t, OR is describes where you were going when something else happened OR where you were in the process of going. In the preterit ir a is used to describe where you actually went. A practicar A practicar En el cuanderno, pg 144 actividad 16 Saber Saber In the imperfect, saber means that you knew something,
– Fact, skill… In the preterit, saber means you found out. Conocer Conocer In the imperfect, conocer means that you knew something or were familiar with it.
– Person, place… In the preterit, conocer means that you met someone for the first time, or became acquainted A Practicar A Practicar En el cuaderno, pg 145 actividad 17 Querer Querer In the imperfect, querer means wanted to and didn’t, or is used to describe what you used to want to do. In the preterit, querer means wanted to and did. No querer in the preterit means refused! Poder Poder In the imperfect, poder means was able and may or may not have done it In the preterit, poder means was able to and did do it. ...
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Vallejo during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Geneseo.
- Spring '08