“Mnemonics” en español Clues for remembering the irregular preterite stems. Las clases de Español II Honores Del Señor Blease 2003. IR – to go. fui fuiste fue fuimos fuisteis fueron. I go to Fui, the Chinese restaurant. Ir- to go stem-fu.
Las clases de Español II Honores
Del Señor Blease
My friends and I went to the “fu” fighters concert last night.
I gave the di to my friend Joe.Dar – to give
The dog walked up ANDUVer the obstacle.
I’ve been running anduv been walking.
The dije told everyone to dance.
I told her I broke the dij.
He told me about the honey dijon mustard.
I said, “Do you have any DIJon mustard?”
The estuvwas hot.Estar – to be
Estar- to be
I was cooking on estuv.
I was in the estuve playing hide-and-go-seek.
We made hice using a tray, water, and the cold weather.
I made hiz lunch.
HICEd to make it.
I was able to have pudding after my surgery.
The Indian woman put her baby in the papus.
I want a quis!
I want some QUISO dip with my chips.
I wanted some quis for an appetizer.
I knew that we were having steak, peas, and potatoes for supper.
I knew you were SUPer.
Who knew ‘sup with that wave, dude?!
I have a tuv ache.
(All verbs ending in -cir work the same way – conducir, producir)
Will you tra duj translate the Spanish for me?
I brought a traje.
VIN did you come home?