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02 Preterite Regular IR verbs

Posted by Señor Jordan on Oct 27, 2008 in conjugation, grammar, preterite, regular, verbs, year 2 |

Hola. In this video lesson, we’ll be covering the preterite (past) tense of regular -IR verbs. Please note that if a verb is a stem changer and an -IR, this video will not apply to it. Enjoy!

Please let me know if you have any questions/comments/suggestions pertaining to this video!

Check out the preterite conjugation sheet if you’d like a summary of the preterite!

Conjugation chart:

preterite vivir copy

Vocabulario:
vivir – to live
viví – I lived
viviste – you lived
vivió – he/she/you (formal) lived
vivimos - we lived
vivieron - they lived
describir - to describe
escribir – to write
recibir - to receive
asistir a – to attend
occurir – to occur/happen
sufrir – to suffer

de – of, from
el coche – the car
el ensayo - essay
el examen – test/exam
el restaurante – restaurant
en – in
favorito – favorite
la clase de inglés – English class
la universidad – college
los abuelos – grandparents
los estudiantes – the students
mucho – much, a lot
una carta – a letter

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Related video(s):

  1. Preterite regular -AR verbs
  2. Preterite -AR verbs: -GAR, -CAR, -ZAR
  3. Preterite regular -ER verbs
  4. Preterite -IR Stem-Changers (e-i)
  5. Preterite -IR Stem-changers (o-u)

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2 Comments

Randy
Jan 30, 2011 at 8:36 pm

I am tring to figure out why you have an “a” in….. Nosotros asistimos “a” la universidad. I know its not a personal “a”… Can you help me?


 
Señor Jordan
Feb 1, 2011 at 11:20 am

Well, some verbs have something extra that is required after them… asistir is one of them… when you attend a place or an event… you need to have the ‘a’ after it. There is no direct translation in English.

-Sr. J


 

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