The pretérito is the Spanish simple past tense, used to talk about things that were completed in the past.
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Spanish stem-changing verbs have a spelling change in the stem of most forms. Many common verbs are stem-changing, so be sure to learn how to conjugate them with this lesson.
Reflexive verbs must be used with a reflexive pronoun in order to indicate that the subject is performing the action of the verb upon itself. While reflexive verbs exist in English, they are much more common in Spanish.
Learn the conjugations, usage, and expressions of the common irregular verb venir, then take the test.
Do you know how to conjugate and use the irregular Spanish verb tener?
Spanish doesn’t have many regular -ir verbs, but you do need to memorize these conjugations (and then take the test!)
Learn how to conjugate and use the common irregular Spanish verb hacer, then take the test.
Introduction to -ER verbs, the second most common type of Spanish verbs, with conjugations and a quiz.
The least common type of si clause: impossible situations. This “third conditional” construction is used when referring to something that would have happened if some condition had been met. Since the condition was not met, the result clause is impossible.