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Preterite Orthographic Changing Verbs: -car, -gar, -zar

In the previous lesson, we learned the preterite for the regular verbs that end with “-ar”. Like I said, once you know the “rule”, it’s always the same for every “-ar verb”, but sometimes, there is an ortographic little change. We are talking about those verbs that end in -gar, -car and -zar, such as jugar,… Sigue leyendo Preterite Orthographic Changing Verbs: -car, -gar, -zar

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Regular Preterite Verbs

¡Hola! In Spanish, there are three categories of verbs, and they are determined by the last two letters of the infinitive: -ar, -er or -ir. IE:  hablar, comer, vivir. The preterite tense is used in the following situations: To refer to actions that occurred at a fixed point in time, or during a specific enclosed period of… Sigue leyendo Regular Preterite Verbs