Preterite form in spanish



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The Spanish preterite tense (el preterito) is used to describe actions completed at a point in the past. The Spanish preterite is not used to describe habitual or continuous actions in the past with no specific beginning or end. In such cases, the imperfect tense is used.
 In Spanish, the preterite (preterito perfecto simple, or preterito indefinido) is a verb tense that indicates that an action taken once in the
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 Conjugate Comer in every Spanish verb tense including preterite, imperfect, future, conditional, and subjunctive.
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 Note: the nosotros forms for -ar and -ir verbs are the same in both preterite and present tenses: hablamos, vivimos. The preterite is used for actions that can be viewed as single events. The preterite is used for actions that were repeated a specific number of times, or occurred during a specific period of time.
 The Preterite is the first past tense we'll learn. Up until now we can say that "I arrest you", "I am arresting you", and "I am going to arrest you." But now we will
 Conjugate Traer in every Spanish verb tense including preterite, imperfect, future, conditional, and subjunctive.
 One of the strangest things to happen to Spanish verbs is to take on the exact same irregular preterite form, and this happens with the very common verbs ir and
 
    
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