Con ustedes with you all con ellos with themcon ellas

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con ustedes with you allcon elloswith themcon ellaswith themWhen referring to with meand with youuse…_Conmigo_ (with me)__Contigo__ (with you)Use the Contractionssectionto complete the following:ContractionsSample sentencea (to) + el = alLa pasajera iba almostrador.(The passenger went to thecounter.)de (of/from) + el = delFuimos delaeropuerto a la casa.(We went from theairport to the house.)Use the Gramática Nueva to complete the following:Most stem-changing verbs that end in -arand -erdon’t change their stems in the __preterite__ tense.Jugaris an exception. In the preterite tense, jugar changes from __juego → jugué__ in the yoform. In the preterite tense, verbs that end in-ironly change in the __third person__ (singular and plural forms). Theychange in two ways: from__e → i__ and from__o → u__.Conjugate the following:Preferirin the él/ella/usted = __prefirió__ and in ellos/ellas/ustedes = __prefirieron__Vestirin the él/ella/usted = __vistió__ and in ellos/ellas/ustedes = __vistieron__Dormirin the él/ella/usted = __durmió__ and in ellos/ellas/ustedes = __durmieron__ Note: Some other stem-chaging verbs that change from e → i are: convertir, divertir, sentir, pedir, seguir, impedir, medir, and repetir.CultureWhat place did Imara visit?
NicaraguaWhat type of dress did Imara purchase?
How do the Nicaraguan women of Managuase dress?

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