the imperfect form of construir (as if to say; I was building or used to build, or built) yo construía tú construías ud./el/ella construía nostotros construíamos uds/ellos/ellas construían the preterite form of construir (as if to say; I built) yo construí tú construiste ud./el/ella constuyo nostotros construimos uds/ellos/ellas construyeron the imperfect form of construir (as if to say; I was building or used to build, or built) —yo construía —tú construías —ud./el/ella construía —nosotros construíamos —uds/ellos/ellas construían the preterite form of construir (as if to say; I built) —yo construí —tú construiste —ud./el/ella constuyo —nosotros construimos —uds/ellos/ellas construyeron
to build = construir
construido (construir- to build)
to solve = solucionar To conjugate the past tense, you'll have to provide the entire sentence.
"Our" is not a verb. It has no conjugation. The Spanish equivalent of "our" is "nuestro/a".
to rub = friccionar In order to conjugate the past tense, you would need to provide the entire sentence.
Only if you tell us what verbs to translate and conjugate.
i could you could
to have a great time = divertirse In order to conjugate the past tense, you would have to provide the entire sentence.
The cast of Construir - 2003 includes: Laura Aparicio Ivo Ayuso
No My answer: its past tense is "could".
It means to work in spanish. It is a verb that you conjugate
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Yo construyo TÃº construyes Ã©l/ella/Ud construye Nosotros construimos Vosotros construÃ­s Ellos/Ellas/Uds. construyen
to have = tener but if you say "i have" or "he has," then you have to conjugate the verb.
aceptar *DO NOT FORGET TO CONJUGATE THE VERB*
snowboard. The word is a conjugate. It is exactly the same in English and Spanish.
Follow the model of "partir", taking into account the huge irregularities that Spanish verbs can have.
in Spanish you would say "tener sed" , which literally translates into to "to have thirst". You then have to conjugate the verb tener.
At a nice and quiet place where nobody can bother you
conjugate the verbs in the tu form not the usted form.:)
sustantivo means sights or to watch is mirar but then you would have to conjugate it
To conjugate the progressive tenses, conjugate only the part of the tense phrase that is part of the conjugation the verb "to be" and add to that the present participle of the principal verb. Example with principal verb "go": "I am going, I was going, I have been going, I had been going" for the first person singular present, past, present perfect, and past perfect tenses respectively.
The conjugate base and conjugate acid for HS04 is: Conjugate acid is H2SO4 Conjugate base is SO42
Yes, you do. However, in Spanish you can drop the subject whereas French tends to keep them.