• Weiss Smart posted an update 1 week, 4 days ago

    Se tornar, is one in two Spanish verbs message ‘to be’ and learning to conjugate acaecer in the preterite tense is frequently quite confusing for most pupils because it follows a very abnormal pattern from conjugation.

    However , there is also one other thing that should be noted and that is certainly – not simply is the preterite conjugation of ser very irregular this also shares it’s exact conjugation with one more verb, the Spanish action-word ir, which is the Romance language verb symbolism ‘to go’, and learn more of this follows the actual conjugation below combined with some operating examples.

    Servir – ‘to be’ (conjugated in the preterite past tense)

    yo fui – I used to be

    tú fuiste – you was

    él fue — he was

    ella fue supports she was first

    nosotros/as fuimos – we were

    vosotros/as fuisteis – you used to be

    ellos/ellas fueron – these people were

    As revealed above se tornar and encaminarse are conjugated exactly the same from the preterite as well as only technique you can tell whether someone is saying ‘was’ or ‘went’ is by just how it made use of, or rather the context wherein the verb is used.

    For example:

    El fue este buen adulto which translates into, ‘he was obviously a good man’.

    El va al súper which means, ‘he went to the supermarket’.

    Although both examples begin ‘el fue’ it might be apparently transparent from the rest of each word which verb is being used.

    In case you need to have them, here are a few pointers regarding when one should use the preterite past tenses. Ser conjugation should be employed;

    to express singular past situations that have been finished

    to express behaviours that were repeated a certain volume of times

    expressing an action the fact that happened on a specific timeframe

    to express an action that was first part of a series of incidents

    to express the start or end of an actions.

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