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EL PRET É RITO Y EL IMPERFECTO – “Ricitos de Oro y los tres osos”  The Preterite and the Imperfect - Goldilocks and the Three Bears   PARTE I   Una vez (haber) tres osos que (vivir) en una casa bonita en el bosque:  Pap á  Oso, Mam á  Osa, y Beb é  Oso.  Un d í a Mam á  Osa (hacer) una sopa  rica y (poner) tres platos en la mesa. Como (ser) mediod í a, todos (sentarse) para comer  porque (tener) much í sima hambre.  Primero Pap á  Oso (probar) la sopa y (decir)  “¡Ay! ¡Est á   demasiado caliente!”  Beb é  Oso y Mam á  Osa (querer) comerla pero no (poder) porque (estar)  caliente, como la sopa de Pap á  Oso.  La familia de osos (decidir) dar un paseo mientras  (enfriarse) la sopa.  (ser) un d í a bonito de verano y (hacer) sol. PARTE II   Los tres osos (divertirse) en el bosque cuando una muchacha perdida ( lost ) (llegar) a la casa. 
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  • Fall '07
  • Bankhead
  • Sujeto, Aeropuerto Internacional Julius Nyerere, Ricitos de Oro y los tres osos, En la casa también (haber) tres sillas:  una grande, una mediana, y otra pequeñita.  Ricitos de 

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