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Pretérito "ER & IR"

Pretérito "-ER & -IR" are verbs that follow a pattern similar to "-AR" verbs in the preterite. In the preterite, "-ER and -IR" verb endings are identical. How do you form the preterite of regular "-ER and -IR" verbs? Here's how:

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Ser vs Estar

Ser vs Estar both mean "to be." How do you know which verb to use? Here's how:

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Saber vs Conocer

Saber vs Conocer both mean "to know." Both saber and conocer have irregular "Yo" forms in the present tense. How do you form the present tense of saber and conocer and use them correctly? Here's how:

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Pretérito "AR"

Pretérito "-AR" is the preterite tense that is used to talk about an action completed in the past. How do we form the preterite of a regular "-AR" verb? Here's how:

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The son of a deaf surgeon, Miguel de Cervantes was born near Madrid in 1547. He became a soldier in 1570 and was badly wounded in the Battle of Lepanto. Captured by the Turks in 1575, de Cervantes spent five years in prison. He was freed in 1580 and returned home. De Cervantes finally achieved literary success in his later years, publishing the first part of Don Quixote in 1605. He died in 1616.

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