115 - yo vea (I was seeing, used to see) nosotros/nosotras...

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Notice in Table 3 that  ver  has the regular endings for an –  er  verb. With a normal verb, you remove  the entire infinitve (–  er ). What makes  ver  irregular is that all you remove is the –  r  from the infinitive  ver,  and put  ve–  in front of the regular endings. Since all the regular imperfect endings for –  er  and –  ir  verbs have written accent marks, the same is true for  ver Table 3. Imperfect Tense Forms of the Verb Ver Singular Plural
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Unformatted text preview: yo vea (I was seeing, used to see) nosotros/nosotras veamos (we were seeing, used to see) t veas (you [informal] were seeing, used to see) vosotros/vosotras veais (you [informal] were seeing, used to see) usted vea (you [formal] were seeing, used to see) ustedes vean (you [formal] were seeing, used to see) l vea (he was seeing, used to see) ellos vean (they were seeing, used to see) ella vea (she was seeing, used to see) ellas vean (they were seeing, used to see)...
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