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Please help! I'm really behind in Spanish 3 and am trying to get caught up, due to a family member being terminally ill & then passing. I need to conjugate these verbs into either the preterite or imperfect tense. (past tense): help?! 1. Cuando ustedes (pararse) en la orilla, los demás (venir). 2. Cuando Armando (refugiarse) bajo la sombrilla, el sol (irse). 3. Cuando yo (ir) al campamento, se me (perder) la cantimplora. 4. Cuando nosotros (hacer) la caminata, Mario (ver) una serpiente muy grande.

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    1) Cuando ustedes se pararon en la orilla, los demas vinieron. 2) Cuando Armando se refugio bajo la sombrilla, el sol se fue. (check stress in fue) 3) Cuando yo me fui al campamento, se me perdio la cantimplora. (check stress in perdio) 4) Cuando nosotros hicimos la caminata, Mario vio una serpiente muy grande. (check stress in vio)

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