Unformatted text preview: Kay. The combination of letters – qu is always pronounced like the English letter k , and you never say the u sound. It is never pronounced like the English word queen. Table 2 is the preterite conjugation chart for the verb tocar (to play an instrument, to touch), which is an example for all regular – ar verbs in the preterite that end in – car . Table 2. Preterite Forms of the Verb Tocar Singular Plural yo toqué (I played) nosotros/nosotras tocamos (we played) tú tocaste (you [informal] played) vosotros/vosotras tocasteis (you [informal] played) usted tocó (you [formal] played) ustedes tocaron (you [formal] played) él tocó (he played) ellos tocaron (they played) ella tocó (she played) ellas tocaron (they played)...
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- Fall '09
- Spanish, Grammatical number, preterite conjugation chart, Verb Tocar, yo preterite form.