anonymous
  • anonymous
1. Ayer Daniela ______ en el blanco. está estuve estuvo estar 2. How do you say, "Daniela used to play with dolls" in Spanish? Daniel juego con las muñecas. Daniel juega con las muñecas. Daniel jugó con las muñecas. Daniel jugaba con las muñecas.
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@KendrickLamar2014
KendrickLamar2014
  • KendrickLamar2014
What are you answers?
KendrickLamar2014
  • KendrickLamar2014
@jadareese

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I though 1. C and 2.A @KendrickLamar2014
KendrickLamar2014
  • KendrickLamar2014
#1 is correct. #2 is wrong. #2 is talking about that Daniela used to play with dolls. We need to use a past-tense word.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay wouldn't it be jugar but that's not a choice? @KendrickLamar2014
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it's D... @KendrickLamar2014
KendrickLamar2014
  • KendrickLamar2014
D is correct for #2 @jadareese
anonymous
  • anonymous
ESTUVO

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