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Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb in the preterite tense. Tú __________la verdad anoche. (saber)

MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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I dont know how to really explain how to get the answer without out right giving it to you... but I will give you a hint. When you are changing the tense of a word you are changing the ending letters of your spanish word. much like english.
I know that and I have 24 assignments to do before next thursday in this class... I'm posting so I can get these things done and enjoy time with my friends and family instead of sitting in front of a computer for christmas :(
can you just give me the answers?

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ok.. so I will try to help you as much as I can. alright. Tú __________la verdad anoche. (saber) This sentence says You _____ the truth last night. So Saber means know so you would change the last two letters to -ia So Saber would change to...?
idk? sabe?
no you changed the last two letters to -ia. so Sabia

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