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Ver  (to see) and  dar  (to give) are two verbs that are commonly learned together in the preterite tense  because their forms are similar.  Ver  uses the regular endings for a normal –  er  verb in the preterite  and is only irregular because it does not have accent marks. What makes  dar  strange is that it is  conjugated like  ver  even though it is an –  ar  verb. Notice that there are no accents on any of the 
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Unformatted text preview: forms in Table 7 (ver) or Table 8 (dar) and that the forms of dar are not the normal forms for an ar verb. Table 7. Preterite Forms of Ver Singular Plural yo vi (I saw) nosotros/nosotras vimos (we saw) t viste (you [informal] saw) vosotros/vosotras visteis (you [informal] saw) usted vio (you [formal] saw) ustedes vieron (you [formal] saw) l vio (he saw) ellos vieron (they saw) ella vio (she saw) ellas vieron (they saw)...
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