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 O-UE stem changing boot verb This verb functions like gustar. There are only O-UE stem changing boot verb This verb functions like gustar. There are only 2 forms of the verb in present tense Duele and Duelen

 With the two forms (duele and duelen) you MUST use pronouns. Me Nos With the two forms (duele and duelen) you MUST use pronouns. Me Nos Te Le Les

 The two forms of doler (duele and duelen) must agree with the number The two forms of doler (duele and duelen) must agree with the number of body parts. Example I hurt my arm Me duele la cabeza I hurt my legs Me duelen las piernas

 Notice when talking about body parts you use a definite article Me duele Notice when talking about body parts you use a definite article Me duele la cabeza NOT – me duele mi cabeza

 Her Le duele la mano My hand hurts. legs hurt. Me duelen las Her Le duele la mano My hand hurts. legs hurt. Me duelen las piernas You ¿Te duele la cabeza? His hurt your head? legs and arms hurt. Le duelen las piernas y los brazos

 The preterite is a tense used to express an action completed at a The preterite is a tense used to express an action completed at a definite time in the past. This tense is usually referred to as the past tense in English. (ed) Example: You lifted weight yesterday I swam in the pool

 To form the preterite of regular AR verbs, add the following ends to To form the preterite of regular AR verbs, add the following ends to the stem. é aste ó amos aron

 Using the verb nadar (to swim) conjugate all five forms in the preterite. Using the verb nadar (to swim) conjugate all five forms in the preterite. nadé nadaste nadó nadamos nadaron

 Translate the following sentences into the preterite tense. She swam in the sea Translate the following sentences into the preterite tense. She swam in the sea Ella nadó en el mar You(Familiar) lifted weights yesterday Levantaste pesas ayer I walked Mariana caminé

 Yo miro la television Yo miré la television Ella camina en la playa Yo miro la television Yo miré la television Ella camina en la playa Ella caminó en la playa Ellos halban por teléfono Ellos hablaron por teléfono Tú decoras para la fiesta Tú decraste para la fiesta Nosotros escuchamos musica

Estudiar Mirar la television Eschuchar a musica Levantar pesas Trabajar Decorar Terminar Estudiar Mirar la television Eschuchar a musica Levantar pesas Trabajar Decorar Terminar

 The spelling of some verbs in English change in the past tense. Admit The spelling of some verbs in English change in the past tense. Admit = admitted Stop – stopped I am – I was It bends – It bend Break – broke Buy - bought The same is also true for some verbs in Spanish

 There is a spelling change for regular verbs in the Yo form that There is a spelling change for regular verbs in the Yo form that end in CAR, GAR, ZAR This allows the words to maintain their original sounds Buscar Jugar Almorzar c become qu = yo busqué g become gu = yo jugué z become c = yo almorcé

 I looked for the sunscreen. I ate lunch at one o’clock. I played I looked for the sunscreen. I ate lunch at one o’clock. I played baseball.