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The verb  escribir  (to write) is a regular –  ir  verb in the preterite. Table 5, which shows the English  past tense form of  wrote,  is a good example of regular –  ir  verb forms in the preterite tense.  Table 5. Preterite Forms of the Regular – ir Verb Escribi r Singular Plural yo escribí (I wrote) nosotros/nosotras escribimos
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Unformatted text preview: (we wrote) tú escribiste (you [informal] wrote) vosotros/vosotras escribisteis (you [informal] wrote) usted escribió (you [formal] wrote) ustedes escribieron (you [formal] wrote) él escribió (he wrote) ellos escribieron (they wrote) ella escribió (she wrote) ellas escribieron (they wrote)...
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