Spanish Past Tense Practice- Preterite Verbs

April 13, 2011 · Posted in SPANISH CLASS NOW, Spanish Grammar, Spanish I · Comment 

We can always use a little practice with past tense Spanish verb phrases, and the preterite is on today.

Remember, you use the preterite for actions in the past that:

  • Have begun and ended in a finite way; completed actions.
  • Clues:  ayer-yesterday, anoche-last night, por . . . minutos/horas/meses.  Time markers that frame the past action.

See this preterite practice using the context of going to the movies.  Spanis Preterite Verbs Practice or Assessment

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