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Ayer paula un vestido muy barato en la tienda y lo . en navidad (christmas), los dependientes muchos calcetines y medias. la semana pasada fui a las rebajas en el centro comercial. estoy contenta porque no mucho dinero. fernanda, ¿ la radio anoche? el famoso almacén la barata anteayer. marcela, yo ya tus revistas de moda dos veces, pero no las encontré. ¿usted en efectivo o su tarjeta de crédito?

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Karen Wright on January 18, 2018

In this exercise, we have to fill in the blank with the correct conjugation of some verbs in the preterite tense. This time, it is one of the two in the past. It is used to describe actions that took place or were completed at a certain point in the past. So, we have the following six sentences:(1) and (2) correct answers:saw / compróBy filling the white space, the phrase remains as follows:Yesterday, Paula saw a dress quite cheap in the store and what compróAs Paula can be replaced by the pronoun "she" is the pronoun of the third person singular of the preterite given in the feminine form. Then, the conjugation of the verb see must match with this person saw the correct conjugation. As you see it is an irregular verb, you need to memorize the conjugation of this verb for each subject pronoun. On the other hand, the same thing happens with the ar regular verb, to buy, whose conjugation of the third person singular is bought. To conjugate the regular verbs of the third person singular, remove the ending-ar and add o to the end of the word.(3) Correct answer:saw / compróBy filling the white space, the phrase remains as follows:At Christmas, the dependent sold many socks and tights.The dependent can be replaced by the third person plural, they. So the er regular verb sell conjugated in sold to the third person plural. To conjugate the regular verbs of the third person plural, take away the emergency room at the end and add the ending violation at the end of the word.(4) Correct answer:gastéBy filling the white space, the phrase continues to be the following:last week I went to the sales in the shopping center. I'm happy because not I spent a lot of money.This phrase represents the first person singular even though the pronoun is not written in an explicit way. In Spanish, sometimes it is not necessary to include the pronoun in a sentence if you know that the sentence is talking about. Therefore, I spent is the conjugation of the verb to spend for the first person singular. To conjugate this verb, for this person, to take away from the ar ending and add é to the end of the word.(5) and (6) Correct answer:did you hear / cerróBy filling in the blank, the sentence is as follows:Fernanda, Did you Hear the radio last night? The famous store of the Cheap closed the day before yesterday. In this sentence, someone asks Fernanda if she listened to the radio yesterday. So the question represents the second person singular. In this way, the conjugation of the verb to hear that coincides with the second person singular is heard. As hear is an irregular verb, you need to memorize the conjugation as well. On the other hand, closed the conjugation of the ar verb irregular to close the third person singular. The cheap coincides with the third person singular, therefore the conjugation is as mentioned above. In this context, this word can be translated in English as close.(7) Correct answer:busquéBy filling in the blank, the sentence is as follows:Marcela, I already looked your fashion magazines twice, but I did not find them.This phrase represents the first person singular. So I looked for is the conjugation of the verb to search for this person. This is an irregular verb, so there is no rule for the irregular verbs. This way, you need to memorize each conjugation, as mentioned above.(8) and (9) Correct answer:paid / - fill in the blank, the sentence remains the following: how You paid cash or used your credit card?You is the pronoun for the second person singular, but in a formal way. So paid is the conjugation of the verb to pay for the second person singular (you - formal). Note that the conjugation of the verbs for this pronoun is the same as for the third person singular.On the other hand, used is the conjugation of the verb to use for the second person singular (you - formal). Use regular ar verb. To conjugate this verb take away the-ar ending and add or at the end of the word. For regular verbs, this conclusion is valid both for the pronoun you and the third person singular.


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