Next-Gen

spanish preterite tense

by misscolbert
Last updated 7 years ago

Discipline:
No category
Subject:
No topic

Test Glog

Regular verb endings-ar = é, aste, ó, amos, aron-er/-ir = í, iste, ió, imos, ieron

The preterite is the simple past tense in Spanish. Like "ed" in English.

General Rule:it is used for past actions that are seen as completed.

Spanish Preterite Tense

pattern practice

Pattern practice

Watch out for Pirates!-car, -gar, zarthe yo form is irregular

No -ar/er stemchangers

print the lyrics

Preterite indicator wordsayer (yesterday)la semana pasada (last week)anoche (last night)el mes pasado (last month)el otro día (the other day)el año pasado (last year)entonces (then)hace dos días, años(two days, years ago)esta mañana(this morning)ayer por la mañana(yesterday morning)

When to Use it- actions that can be viewed as single events- actions that were repeated a specific number of times, or occurred during a specific period of time.- actions that were part of a chain of events- to state the beginning or the end of an action

Word games and flashcards

other indicator words

Take this practice test!

The preterite tense is full of irregular verbs. Go to the next Glog to start learning them.


Comments

    There are no comments for this Glog.