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02 Imperfect – Irregulars – ir, ser, ver

Hola. This video lesson covers the three irregular verbs in the imperfect tense. The verbs are ir (to go), ser (to be) and ver (to see). Enjoy!

Let me know if you have any questions, comments or suggestions below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grNRqeMJSGA

Verbos:

ir-imperfect

ver-imperfect

ser-imperfect

Vocabulario:
la escuela – school
el cine – movie theater
el viernes – (on) Friday
el amigos – friend
las chicas – girls
bajo – short
cada – each
mañana – morning
mi(s) – my
los abuelos – granparents
siempre – always
las cosas – things
en – in
las nubes – clouds
antes – before, beforehand
el profesor – the teacher, professor
antipático – unpleasant
muchos/muchas – lots, many
las personas – people
por aquí­ – around here
de niño / de niña – as a child
el parque – the park
muy – very
atrevido – brave, adventurous
el miércoles – (on) Wednesday
a – to
el zoológico – the zoo
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  8. Hello,

    I enjoy your videos very much as do my students. However, I have found a problem with this one, Imperfect Irregulars, ir, ser, ver. The link does not work. Would it be possible for you to fix it?

    Thank you for your help.

    Sincerely,
    Kim Bishop

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