preterite6 - vin-Here are two examples of how this pattern...

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A number of verbs that are irregular in the preterite follow a particular pattern. While their stems change, they all take the following endings: -e -iste -o -imos -isteis -ieron Here are the verbs, along with their corresponding stem changes: Infinitive Stem Change andar anduv- estar estuv- tener tuv- caber cup- haber hub- poder pud- poner pus- saber sup- hacer hic- querer quis- venir
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Unformatted text preview: vin-Here are two examples of how this pattern is applied: estar (estuv-) saber (sup-) estuve supe estuviste supiste estuvo supo estuvimos supimos estuvisteis supisteis estuvieron supieron Note: The one exception is the third person singular of hacer. As you learned in a previous lesson, the c changes to z to form "hizo."...
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