Spanish Grammar: Simple Past Tense
- Basic Spanish Knowledge
To learn verb conjugations, you need to focus on (and practice) one verb conjugation pattern at a time. And it all starts today with the Preterite Tense! Focus on one verb conjugation pattern at a time, and you'll see, it's really not that hard. It's faster and It's better.
Talking about the Past in Spanish is a vast topic, by far more complicated that talking about the present or the future so I'll give you a peak inside just how to do it, armed with some essential verbs and phrases to really get you going!
- All Spanish Students are welcome.
- -AR verb endings: Caminar
- -AR verb endings: Confiar
- -AR verb endings: Exercises
- -ER verb endings: Beber
- -ER verb endings: Perder
- -ER verb endings: Exercises
- -IR verb endings: Imprimir
- -IR verb endings: Permitir
- -IR verb endings: Exercises
- -AR verb endings: Aceptar
- -ER verb endings: Entender
- -IR verb endings: Decidir
- Final Exercises
SPANISH: Hola! Mi nombre es Maximiliano :D pero la gente me dice Maxi. Soy de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Actualmente estoy aprendiendo un par de idiomas por mi cuenta y se lo que cuesta. LA MEJOR MANERA DE APRENDER ES PRACTICANDO.
ENGLISH: Hello! My name is Maximiliano :D people call me Maxi though. I am from Buenos Aires, Argentina. I am currently learning a couple of languages myself and I know how stressful speaking in your target language can be. THE BEST WAY TO LEARN A NEW LANGUAGE IS PRACTICING.
I am really excited about sharing my own style to teach with you. Please do not see me as teacher but as a coach that will guide you through the learning process at your own pace ✔