Simple past in Spanish: How to conjugate regular verbs

simple past regular verbs

The simple past, also called the preterite indefinite in Spanish, is the tense we use most of the time when we speak in the past tense. It is used when an action happens in the past and ends in the past. Below we are going to practice the simple past with exercises.

Regular verb conjugation:

The conjugation of regular verbs in the past tense is very simple. We only have to replace the verb endings (-ar, -er, -ir) with the new endings proper to the simple past. Verbs ending -er and -ir have exactly the same ending.

Conjugate verbs in the simple past tense:

Conjugate the verb and then make a sentence:

Dictation (Listen to the audio and complete the text):

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