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Select the correct answer Emily is trying to tell her Chilean friend that her parents love Latin American food, but they can’t cook it. Which sentence best conveys how she expresses herself? A mis padres, no les gustan la comida latina, pero quiero cocinarla. A mis padres, les gusta la comida latina, pero no pueden cocinarla. A mis padres, nos gusta la comida latina, pero no podemos cocinarla. A mis padres, no les gusta cocinar la comida latina. A mis padres, no pueden cocinar la comida latina porque no le gusta.

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In Spanish, the preterite tense (el pretérito) is used to describe actions completed at a point in the past. So the Spanish preterite is not used to describe regular or continuous actions in the past with no specific beginning or end. In that case, we use the imperfect. Therefore, we use the preterite to talk about completed actions in the past. So, it is used to talk about beginnings and ends, things that occurred on specific dates or days, at specific times or during specific time periods, and events in a sequence. There are two forms in this verbal tense, namely: Regular Imperfect Forms and Irregular Imperfect Forms.

On the other hand, the imperfect tense (el imperfecto) is used to describe past habitual actions or to talk about what someone was doing when they were interrupted by something else. In general, the imperfect is used to talk about past actions, conditions, or events that occurred regularly or frequently or that were in progress in a moment in the past. It is also used to tell time, talk about dates, give a person’s age, and describe features, conditions, and feelings in the past. As in the preterite tense, there are two forms in this verbal tense, namely: Regular Imperfect Forms and Irregular Imperfect Forms.

The regular verb forms for both the preterite and the imperfect are given in three ways, that is, for ar, er and ir endings. So the conjugation will depend on the pronoun of the sentence and the verb ending. On the other hand, the irregular verb forms don’t have a defined structure. 

1. Los pacientes esperaban
en la sala de espera.

Imperfect tense
Regular Verb:
Esperar
ar ending
Conjugation: Esperaban (For the third-person
plural)

2. Cuando era
pequeño quería ser enfermero.

Imperfect tense
Regular Verb: Querer
er ending
Conjugation: Quería (For the first-person
singular)

3. Anoche me olvidé
de tomar mis antibióticos.

Preterite tense
Regular Verb: Olvidar
ar ending
Conjugation: Olvidé (For the first-person
singular)

4.
Una vez mi
familia y yo tuvimos un accidente de coche.

Preterite tense
Regular Verb: Tener
er ending
Conjugation: Tuvimos (For the first-person
plural)

5. Mientras mi
padre tosía, mi madre dormía profundamente.

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Toser
and Dormir
ar and ir ending
Conjugation: Tosía and dormía (For the third-person
singular)

6. Todas las
semanas el doctor me hacía una radiografía.

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Hacer
er ending
Conjugation: Hacía (For the third-person
singular)

7. Cuando era niño,
todo el tiempo me enfermaba

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Enfermar
ar ending
Conjugation: Enfermaba (For the first-person
singular)

8. Mis padres me llevaban
al consultorio

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Llevar
ar ending
Conjugation: Llevaban (For the third-person
plural)

9. pero nunca era
nada grave.

Imperfect tense
Irregular verb: Ser
Conjugation: Era

10. Una vez,
mientras jugaba en el patio de la escuela yo me caí

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Jugar
ar ending
Conjugation: Jugaba (For the first-person
singular)

11. y me rompí un
brazo.

Preterite tense
Regular verb: Romper
er ending
Conjugation: Rompí (For the first-person
singular)

12.
Mi madre tuvo
que llevarme rápidamente a la sala de emergencia porque me dolía mucho.

Preterite tense
Regular verb: Tener
er ending
Conjugation: Tuvo (For the third-person
singular)

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Miguel: me gusta practicar deportes. ?practicas deportes? juan: sí, yo los practico también. me gusta practicar todos los días porque me gusta hacer ejercicio. ?cuándo juegas al fútbol? miguel: lo juego todos los días. cierto falso

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In Spanish, the preterite tense (el pretérito) is used to describe actions completed at a point in the past. So the Spanish preterite is not used to describe regular or continuous actions in the past with no specific beginning or end. In that case, we use the imperfect. Therefore, we use the preterite to talk about completed actions in the past. So, it is used to talk about beginnings and ends, things that occurred on specific dates or days, at specific times or during specific time periods, and events in a sequence. There are two forms in this verbal tense, namely: Regular Imperfect Forms and Irregular Imperfect Forms.

On the other hand, the imperfect tense (el imperfecto) is used to describe past habitual actions or to talk about what someone was doing when they were interrupted by something else. In general, the imperfect is used to talk about past actions, conditions, or events that occurred regularly or frequently or that were in progress in a moment in the past. It is also used to tell time, talk about dates, give a person’s age, and describe features, conditions, and feelings in the past. As in the preterite tense, there are two forms in this verbal tense, namely: Regular Imperfect Forms and Irregular Imperfect Forms.

The regular verb forms for both the preterite and the imperfect are given in three ways, that is, for ar, er and ir endings. So the conjugation will depend on the pronoun of the sentence and the verb ending. On the other hand, the irregular verb forms don’t have a defined structure. 

1. Los pacientes esperaban
en la sala de espera.

Imperfect tense
Regular Verb:
Esperar
ar ending
Conjugation: Esperaban (For the third-person
plural)

2. Cuando era
pequeño quería ser enfermero.

Imperfect tense
Regular Verb: Querer
er ending
Conjugation: Quería (For the first-person
singular)

3. Anoche me olvidé
de tomar mis antibióticos.

Preterite tense
Regular Verb: Olvidar
ar ending
Conjugation: Olvidé (For the first-person
singular)

4.
Una vez mi
familia y yo tuvimos un accidente de coche.

Preterite tense
Regular Verb: Tener
er ending
Conjugation: Tuvimos (For the first-person
plural)

5. Mientras mi
padre tosía, mi madre dormía profundamente.

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Toser
and Dormir
ar and ir ending
Conjugation: Tosía and dormía (For the third-person
singular)

6. Todas las
semanas el doctor me hacía una radiografía.

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Hacer
er ending
Conjugation: Hacía (For the third-person
singular)

7. Cuando era niño,
todo el tiempo me enfermaba

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Enfermar
ar ending
Conjugation: Enfermaba (For the first-person
singular)

8. Mis padres me llevaban
al consultorio

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Llevar
ar ending
Conjugation: Llevaban (For the third-person
plural)

9. pero nunca era
nada grave.

Imperfect tense
Irregular verb: Ser
Conjugation: Era

10. Una vez,
mientras jugaba en el patio de la escuela yo me caí

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Jugar
ar ending
Conjugation: Jugaba (For the first-person
singular)

11. y me rompí un
brazo.

Preterite tense
Regular verb: Romper
er ending
Conjugation: Rompí (For the first-person
singular)

12.
Mi madre tuvo
que llevarme rápidamente a la sala de emergencia porque me dolía mucho.

Preterite tense
Regular verb: Tener
er ending
Conjugation: Tuvo (For the third-person
singular)

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In Spanish, the preterite tense (el pretérito) is used to describe actions completed at a point in the past. So the Spanish preterite is not used to describe regular or continuous actions in the past with no specific beginning or end. In that case, we use the imperfect. Therefore, we use the preterite to talk about completed actions in the past. So, it is used to talk about beginnings and ends, things that occurred on specific dates or days, at specific times or during specific time periods, and events in a sequence. There are two forms in this verbal tense, namely: Regular Imperfect Forms and Irregular Imperfect Forms.

On the other hand, the imperfect tense (el imperfecto) is used to describe past habitual actions or to talk about what someone was doing when they were interrupted by something else. In general, the imperfect is used to talk about past actions, conditions, or events that occurred regularly or frequently or that were in progress in a moment in the past. It is also used to tell time, talk about dates, give a person’s age, and describe features, conditions, and feelings in the past. As in the preterite tense, there are two forms in this verbal tense, namely: Regular Imperfect Forms and Irregular Imperfect Forms.

The regular verb forms for both the preterite and the imperfect are given in three ways, that is, for ar, er and ir endings. So the conjugation will depend on the pronoun of the sentence and the verb ending. On the other hand, the irregular verb forms don’t have a defined structure. 

1. Los pacientes esperaban
en la sala de espera.

Imperfect tense
Regular Verb:
Esperar
ar ending
Conjugation: Esperaban (For the third-person
plural)

2. Cuando era
pequeño quería ser enfermero.

Imperfect tense
Regular Verb: Querer
er ending
Conjugation: Quería (For the first-person
singular)

3. Anoche me olvidé
de tomar mis antibióticos.

Preterite tense
Regular Verb: Olvidar
ar ending
Conjugation: Olvidé (For the first-person
singular)

4.
Una vez mi
familia y yo tuvimos un accidente de coche.

Preterite tense
Regular Verb: Tener
er ending
Conjugation: Tuvimos (For the first-person
plural)

5. Mientras mi
padre tosía, mi madre dormía profundamente.

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Toser
and Dormir
ar and ir ending
Conjugation: Tosía and dormía (For the third-person
singular)

6. Todas las
semanas el doctor me hacía una radiografía.

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Hacer
er ending
Conjugation: Hacía (For the third-person
singular)

7. Cuando era niño,
todo el tiempo me enfermaba

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Enfermar
ar ending
Conjugation: Enfermaba (For the first-person
singular)

8. Mis padres me llevaban
al consultorio

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Llevar
ar ending
Conjugation: Llevaban (For the third-person
plural)

9. pero nunca era
nada grave.

Imperfect tense
Irregular verb: Ser
Conjugation: Era

10. Una vez,
mientras jugaba en el patio de la escuela yo me caí

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Jugar
ar ending
Conjugation: Jugaba (For the first-person
singular)

11. y me rompí un
brazo.

Preterite tense
Regular verb: Romper
er ending
Conjugation: Rompí (For the first-person
singular)

12.
Mi madre tuvo
que llevarme rápidamente a la sala de emergencia porque me dolía mucho.

Preterite tense
Regular verb: Tener
er ending
Conjugation: Tuvo (For the third-person
singular)

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Hace calor. a.este lugar tiene muchas fotos de mi familia. voy a la biblioteca. b.los pasajeros quieren cantar. voy al club de jóvenes. c.quiero mirar una película. voy al comedor. d.en este lugar (place) hay una cama, una televisión, un escritorio y un ba?o. es la cabina. e.me gusta bailar, hablar con mis amigos y escuchar la música. voy al cine. f) quiero nadar. voy a la piscina. g) el camarero (el mozo) me ayuda con la comida. es la galería de fotos. h) quiero leer y usar la computadora. van al salón de karaoke. i) quiero ver un espectáctulo. los actores y las actrices cantan, bailan, y llevan vestidos y trajes muy elegantes. voy al teatro. j) es verano y hace mucho sol.

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In Spanish, the preterite tense (el pretérito) is used to describe actions completed at a point in the past. So the Spanish preterite is not used to describe regular or continuous actions in the past with no specific beginning or end. In that case, we use the imperfect. Therefore, we use the preterite to talk about completed actions in the past. So, it is used to talk about beginnings and ends, things that occurred on specific dates or days, at specific times or during specific time periods, and events in a sequence. There are two forms in this verbal tense, namely: Regular Imperfect Forms and Irregular Imperfect Forms.

On the other hand, the imperfect tense (el imperfecto) is used to describe past habitual actions or to talk about what someone was doing when they were interrupted by something else. In general, the imperfect is used to talk about past actions, conditions, or events that occurred regularly or frequently or that were in progress in a moment in the past. It is also used to tell time, talk about dates, give a person’s age, and describe features, conditions, and feelings in the past. As in the preterite tense, there are two forms in this verbal tense, namely: Regular Imperfect Forms and Irregular Imperfect Forms.

The regular verb forms for both the preterite and the imperfect are given in three ways, that is, for ar, er and ir endings. So the conjugation will depend on the pronoun of the sentence and the verb ending. On the other hand, the irregular verb forms don’t have a defined structure. 

1. Los pacientes esperaban
en la sala de espera.

Imperfect tense
Regular Verb:
Esperar
ar ending
Conjugation: Esperaban (For the third-person
plural)

2. Cuando era
pequeño quería ser enfermero.

Imperfect tense
Regular Verb: Querer
er ending
Conjugation: Quería (For the first-person
singular)

3. Anoche me olvidé
de tomar mis antibióticos.

Preterite tense
Regular Verb: Olvidar
ar ending
Conjugation: Olvidé (For the first-person
singular)

4.
Una vez mi
familia y yo tuvimos un accidente de coche.

Preterite tense
Regular Verb: Tener
er ending
Conjugation: Tuvimos (For the first-person
plural)

5. Mientras mi
padre tosía, mi madre dormía profundamente.

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Toser
and Dormir
ar and ir ending
Conjugation: Tosía and dormía (For the third-person
singular)

6. Todas las
semanas el doctor me hacía una radiografía.

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Hacer
er ending
Conjugation: Hacía (For the third-person
singular)

7. Cuando era niño,
todo el tiempo me enfermaba

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Enfermar
ar ending
Conjugation: Enfermaba (For the first-person
singular)

8. Mis padres me llevaban
al consultorio

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Llevar
ar ending
Conjugation: Llevaban (For the third-person
plural)

9. pero nunca era
nada grave.

Imperfect tense
Irregular verb: Ser
Conjugation: Era

10. Una vez,
mientras jugaba en el patio de la escuela yo me caí

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Jugar
ar ending
Conjugation: Jugaba (For the first-person
singular)

11. y me rompí un
brazo.

Preterite tense
Regular verb: Romper
er ending
Conjugation: Rompí (For the first-person
singular)

12.
Mi madre tuvo
que llevarme rápidamente a la sala de emergencia porque me dolía mucho.

Preterite tense
Regular verb: Tener
er ending
Conjugation: Tuvo (For the third-person
singular)

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Siempre leo (1) los domingos por la ma?ana. después, me gusta practicar (2) . a veces, nado en (3) que hay en el parque. cuando no nado, hago ejercicio (exercise) en (4) . cuando hay mucho tráfico en (5) , voy al gimnasio en bicicleta. cuando no como en casa, como en (6) con mis amigos, y luego nosotros podemos ver (7) de béisbol. algunos días, veo películas. me gusta más ver películas en (8) que en mi casa.

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In Spanish, the preterite tense (el pretérito) is used to describe actions completed at a point in the past. So the Spanish preterite is not used to describe regular or continuous actions in the past with no specific beginning or end. In that case, we use the imperfect. Therefore, we use the preterite to talk about completed actions in the past. So, it is used to talk about beginnings and ends, things that occurred on specific dates or days, at specific times or during specific time periods, and events in a sequence. There are two forms in this verbal tense, namely: Regular Imperfect Forms and Irregular Imperfect Forms.

On the other hand, the imperfect tense (el imperfecto) is used to describe past habitual actions or to talk about what someone was doing when they were interrupted by something else. In general, the imperfect is used to talk about past actions, conditions, or events that occurred regularly or frequently or that were in progress in a moment in the past. It is also used to tell time, talk about dates, give a person’s age, and describe features, conditions, and feelings in the past. As in the preterite tense, there are two forms in this verbal tense, namely: Regular Imperfect Forms and Irregular Imperfect Forms.

The regular verb forms for both the preterite and the imperfect are given in three ways, that is, for ar, er and ir endings. So the conjugation will depend on the pronoun of the sentence and the verb ending. On the other hand, the irregular verb forms don’t have a defined structure. 

1. Los pacientes esperaban
en la sala de espera.

Imperfect tense
Regular Verb:
Esperar
ar ending
Conjugation: Esperaban (For the third-person
plural)

2. Cuando era
pequeño quería ser enfermero.

Imperfect tense
Regular Verb: Querer
er ending
Conjugation: Quería (For the first-person
singular)

3. Anoche me olvidé
de tomar mis antibióticos.

Preterite tense
Regular Verb: Olvidar
ar ending
Conjugation: Olvidé (For the first-person
singular)

4.
Una vez mi
familia y yo tuvimos un accidente de coche.

Preterite tense
Regular Verb: Tener
er ending
Conjugation: Tuvimos (For the first-person
plural)

5. Mientras mi
padre tosía, mi madre dormía profundamente.

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Toser
and Dormir
ar and ir ending
Conjugation: Tosía and dormía (For the third-person
singular)

6. Todas las
semanas el doctor me hacía una radiografía.

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Hacer
er ending
Conjugation: Hacía (For the third-person
singular)

7. Cuando era niño,
todo el tiempo me enfermaba

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Enfermar
ar ending
Conjugation: Enfermaba (For the first-person
singular)

8. Mis padres me llevaban
al consultorio

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Llevar
ar ending
Conjugation: Llevaban (For the third-person
plural)

9. pero nunca era
nada grave.

Imperfect tense
Irregular verb: Ser
Conjugation: Era

10. Una vez,
mientras jugaba en el patio de la escuela yo me caí

Imperfect tense
Regular verb: Jugar
ar ending
Conjugation: Jugaba (For the first-person
singular)

11. y me rompí un
brazo.

Preterite tense
Regular verb: Romper
er ending
Conjugation: Rompí (For the first-person
singular)

12.
Mi madre tuvo
que llevarme rápidamente a la sala de emergencia porque me dolía mucho.

Preterite tense
Regular verb: Tener
er ending
Conjugation: Tuvo (For the third-person
singular)

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Fill in the blank with the correct answer according to the School Activities video. A Jorge le gusta __________ en la clase de inglés. When entering your answers for fill in the blank and essay questions, please be sure to use accent marks and/or correct punctuation to avoid your answer being marked incorrect. You may copy and paste the accented character or punctuation mark from this list if needed: á é í ó ú ñ Á É Í Ó Ú ¿ ¡

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Decidimos venir a este restaurante porque mi jefe me lo recomendó

In this lesson, we have two important words, me and lo. So me is the indirect object pronoun for the first person singular. An Indirect Object is the person, animal or thing that receives the action of a verb, that is, the recipient of the direct object. On the other hand, the word lo represents the direct object pronoun for the third person singular. A direct object pronoun replaces a direct object, that is a noun that directly receives the action of a verb in a sentence.

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