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Preterite of stem-changing -ir verbs. Preview Preterite of stem-changing -ir verbs Other verbs that follow this pattern Using re í rse. Preterite of stem-changing -ir verbs. Only -ir stem-changing verbs have a stem change in the preterite.

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Preterite of stem-changing -ir verbs

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  • Preterite of stem-changing -ir verbs

  • Other verbs that follow this pattern

  • Using reírse


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Preterite of stem-changing -ir verbs

  • Only -ir stem-changing verbs have a stem change in the preterite.

  • If an -ir verb, such as sentirse or dormirse (to fall asleep), has a stem change in its present tense forms, then it also has a stem change in the preterite, but in its third person forms only.


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Preterite of stem-changing -ir verbs

sentirse e i

dormirse o u

me sentí

yo

me dormí

te sentiste

te dormiste

se sintió

usted, él, ella

se durmió

nos sentimos

nosotros(as)

nos dormimos

os sentisteis

vosotros(as)

os dormisteis

se sintieron

se durmieron

ustedes, ellos, ellas


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Other verbs that follow this pattern

  • Other verbs that follow this pattern are morirse(to die), preferir, seguir(to follow, to keep going), divertirse(to have fun), pedir, servir, and vestirse.

  • Seguirfollowed by a gerund means to keep on doing something.

Los niños se murieronde la risa cuando me vieron.

The children died laughing when they saw me.

Comenzó a llover pero el equipo siguiójugando.

It began to rain, but the team kept on playing.


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Using reírse

  • The verb reírse(to laugh) uses accent marks in the preterite when the i is pronounced as a separate syllable.

nosotros(as)

nos reímos

yo

me reí

te reíste

vosotros(as)

os reísteis

Ud., él, ella

se rio

Uds., ellos, ellas

se rieron

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