anonymous
  • anonymous
¿Cuál de estos verbos es irregular en el pretérito? (1 point) querer hablar comer
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
This is the question in english.. Which of these is irregular verbs in the past tense? (1 point) want talk eat what do you think it is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
To answer this question, you'll have to know how to conjugate each of those three verbs, in the preterite (past) tense. If you need to learn that, just ask. We can show you.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The question in English is actually : Which of these Spanish verbs is irregular in the past tense? (1 point) querrer (to want/to love, depending on the context) hablar (to talk) comer (to eat) The question is difficult in that verbs in spanish do not conjugate the same way if they end in "er" and "ar", so if the conjugation of hablar is different from that of comer, it does not mean either is irregular. So you must first learn how to conjugate verbs of both groups and then compare that with the suggested verbs. Check conjugations out there : http://www.elconjugador.com

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anonymous
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It's querer. That verb is irregular in the preterito.

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