This Spanish Medium Review quiz will introduce you to conjugating IR verbs in the past tense. If you have been going through these quizzes in order you will have already learned how to conjugate AR and ER verbs in the past tense. You have also come to learn that verbs can be both regular verbs and irregular verbs. This holds true for IR verbs as well. Learning verbs and their conjugations takes a lot of practice and it takes time so try not to get discouraged. There will come a time when it all becomes as natural to you as it does in English.
If you have not already taken the previous quizzes, please check them out now. Those quizzes are the Spanish Medium Review quizzes titled Grammar: Conjugating AR Verbs in the Past Tense! and Grammar: Conjugating ER Verbs in the Past Tense! To review even further, check out the Spanish Medium Review quiz titled Grammar: Learning to Conjugate in the Past Tense. Each one of those quizzes, and their introductions, will assist you in understanding how to take this quiz. In this quiz you will be focusing only on IR verbs. Those verbs are as follows.
Did you notice how different it is to conjugate 'ir' (to go)? Remember that when you conjugate you drop the verb’s ending. When you drop IR you have nothing left. This leaves conjugating this verb wide open so it is one of the verbs that needs to be memorized in each tense. In fact, several of these verbs have quite a different spelling when conjugated in the past tense.
As was stated earlier, take as much time as you need to really get to know these verbs in both their present tense and past tense forms. You do not need to rush through them. Move at the pace that is most comfortable to you. There is no punching a time clock here! When you believe have a good grasp of how verbs are conjugated in both present and past tenses, then move forward and take this quiz. Read each question carefully and then locate the correct answer to that question.
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