¡Arriba! 6 + 7 : Irregular Spanish Preterite Verbs, Part II

Part I

e to ie in present, e to i in 3rd person preterite

advertir (to advise, to warn) : advirtió, advirtieron
convertir (to convert) : convirtió, convirtieron
divertirse (to enjoy oneself) : se divirtió, se divirtieron
herir (to harm, to hurt, to wound) : hirió, hirieron
hervir (to boil, to simmer) : hirvió, hirvieron
mentir (to lie) : mintió, mintieron
preferir (to prefer) : prefirió, prefirieron
referir (to refer, to relate) : refirió, refirieron
sentir (to feel sorry, to regret) : sintió, sintieron
sentirse (to feel: well, ill, etc.)  se sintió, se sintieron
sugerir (to hint, to suggest) : sugirió, sugirieron

e to i present, e to i in 3rd person preterite

competir (to compete) : compitió, compitieron
corregir (to correct) : corrigió, corrigieron
elegir (to elect, to select) : eligió, eligeron
erguir (to raise, to stand up straight) : erguí, erguiste irguió, erguimos, erguisteis, irguieron
freír (to fry) : freí, freíste, frió, freímos, freísteis, frieron
gemir (to grieve, to groan) : gimió, gimieron
medir (to measure, to weigh) : midió, midieron
pedir (to ask for, to request) : pidió, pidieron
despedir (to fire, to dismiss), despedirse (to take leave of, to say goodbye to), impedir (to hinder, to prevent)
reír (to laugh) : reí, reíste, rió, reímos, reísteis, rieron
reírse (to laugh), sonreír (to smile)
reñir (to scold, to quarrel) : reñí, reñiste, riñó, reñimos, reñisteis, riñeron
repetir (to repeat) : repitió, repitieron
seguir (to follow, to continue) : siguió, siguieron
conseguir (to attain, to get), perseguir (to pursue, to persecute)
servir (to serve) : sirvió, sirvieron
vestirse (to dress oneself) : se vistió, se vistieron
vestir (to dress), desvestirse (to undress)

One response to “¡Arriba! 6 + 7 : Irregular Spanish Preterite Verbs, Part II

  1. Pingback: ¡Arriba! 6 + 7 : Irregular Spanish Preterite Verbs, Part III « The Spanish Dilettante

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