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. Fill the blank with the preterite tense of the verb in parentheses. Usted a la tienda por teléfono. (llamar) (1 point) 2. Fill the blank with the preterite tense of the verb in parentheses. Los alumnos no anoche. (estudiar) (1 point) 3. Fill the blank with the preterite tense of the verb in parentheses. Ella la guitarra anoche. (tocar) (1 point) 4. Fill the blank with the preterite tense of the verb in parentheses. Los señores a la banda ayer. (escuchar) (1 point) 5. Fill the blank with the preterite tense of the verb in parentheses. Nosotros español. (estudiar) (1 point) 6. Fill the blank with the preterite tense of the verb in parentheses. Yo a Colombia . (viajar) (1 point) 7. Fill the blank with the preterite tense of the verb in parentheses. Tú con Susana en la fiesta anoche. (cantar) (1 point) 8. Fill the blank with the preterite tense of the verb in parentheses. Yo a las cinco y media. (empezar) (1 point) 9. Change this verb from the present tense to the preterite tense. Yo empiezo (1 point) 10. Change this verb from the present tense to the preterite tense. Ella empieza (1 point) 11. Fill the blank with the preterite tense of the verb in parentheses. Yo una buena nota. (sacar) (1 point) 12. Fill the blank with the preterite tense of the verb in parentheses. 8. Tú una buena nota. (sacar) (1 point) 13. Change this verb from the present tense to the preterite tense. Yo pago (1 point) 14. Change this verb from the present tense to the preterite tense. Ellos lavan (1 point) 15. Change this verb from the present tense to the preterite tense. Tú lavas (1 point) 16. Change this verb from the present tense to the preterite tense. Usted manda (1 point) 17. Change this verb from the present tense to the preterite tense. Ustedes lavan (1 point) 18. Change this verb from the present tense to the preterite tense. Yo mando (1 point) 19. Change this verb from the present tense to the preterite tense. Raúl estudia (1 point) 20. Change this verb from the present tense to the preterite tense. Yo hablo (1 point)  Description

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Ramon Kelly on January 26, 2019

1) You called the store by phone. This task requires the use of your knowledge of the tense called the preterite, which is necessary to describe an action that was completed at some time in the past. Has its own structure of how to make a past tense verb of an infinitive. All the infinitives that foot, with the subjects he, she, it, you end up with -ar to change the end to -or. 2) students who have not studied last night. The most important thing when the change of the tenses of the verbs in simple past, one must pay attention to the issue due to the termination of the verb strictly depend on it. As you can see, the theme is 'students', which is a pronoun "them." In these cases add the ending-aron for the infinitive. 3) She played the guitar last night. In this sentence the subject is 'she'. According to the grammar of the table of simple past tense, the verb that belong to the subjects (pronouns) as he/she/ change their final -or. Keep in mind that the ultimate use-or only with infinitives that end in ar.4) The lords listened to the band yesterday. The subject of this sentence is 'gentlemen' (sirs) that is a third person plural pronoun. When you have for example the pronouns acting as the subject, the infinitive, the termination must be changed to-aron (where the termination of the infinitive is -ar).5) We study English. This sentence contains the pronoun in the first person, or subjective pronoun, because it serves as the subject of the sentence - 'We'/'Us'. If the infinitive belongs to the subject 'we' has the ending-ar its termination must be changed in the master in order to make the past tense of verbs out of him.6) I traveled to Colombia. The subject of this sentence is a pronoun in the first person 'I'/'I'. In the present tense, when a verb is close to this topic in the sentence is changed to end in -é or -í. From the infinitive of the verb ends with 'ar' its past tense ending must be -é.7) You cantaste with Susana at the party last night. Be careful not to confuse the subject of the sentence with its object. The theme of this one is 'You'/'Thou'/ and the object is 'Susan'. The infinitives that standing near the second-person pronoun "your," and ends with -ar change their endings in -aste to form the simple past tense.8) I emprezé one of the five-and-a-half. As you can see, in the first-person pronoun 'I'/'I' plays the role of the subject of this sentence. The infinitive of the verb ends with -ar, therefore, in order to form the preterite tense you have to change this ending in -é.9) I started. The verb 'to start' means 'start'. In Spanish it has some peculiarities that you have to learn from memory. It is a stable grammar point as it is orthographically changinf verb : when the formation of a preterite tense and the subject is the first person pronoun 'I' of this verb is 'started'. 10) She begin=BEGAN. (The infinitive form of this phrase is to begin.)As you can see, the subject of this sentence is She, who is the second person of the pronoun, and when the subject is /he/she/ you the infinitive of the verb that belongs to it always changes its ending (-ar) (- o).11) I pulled out a good note. The verb "get" is a spelling change verb, and when it is close to the subject, which is a first person pronoun "I\" not only changes its infinitive form ends in-é, changes completely in 'I made'.12) Thou hast taken a good note. In this case, you have to follow the standard grammatical rules to form the simple past tense because this sentence starts from 'You'/'Thou/. The subject of this sentence is the second person of the pronoun, so that the past tense of the verb should be brought out in order to aste').13) Remember that when the Spanish verb 'pay' is used with the first person pronoun in the singular, " I " is transformed in et paid to the form the simple past tense. This happens because this verb belongs to the list of orthographic changing verbs.14) They washed. The subject of this sentence is the third person plural " they,them/. From the infinitive form of the verb 'wash' is 'to wash', their ending (-ar) changes in -aron which is always added to the verbs that belong to the subject, they, them and you.15) The past tense form of this sentence is: You wash. The infinitive form of the verb to wash, as mentioned in the previous answer. In this case we have another issue to which the second person pronoun "you/thou'. The termination of the infinitive (-ar) changes to aste when it belongs to the second person of the pronoun.16) The past tense form of this sentence is: You mandaró. With the pronoun 'you' may not use the same termination of the infinitive as it is used the pronoun 'you'. These two words mean 'you', but 'you' is more respectful and polite. When it stands as a subject of the sentence, the verb 'send' is changed to end in -or.


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