Pedir past tense
verbos regulares forman el pretrito (past tense) y el participio.
in the table below you can see how the voseo conjugation can be derived from either tú or vosotros forms in the present tense and the imperative:Tuteo, vosotros and voseo conjugation: present tense and imperative.
thing i did *not* like about this book: it proceeds at what, for me, was an ideal pace -- until the last couple chapters, when in the span of a few pages, the conditional, imperative, subjective and past subjunctive were all tossed in at the last minute without ample exercises to reinforce the learning of those tenses.
we saw with the present tense, the imperative can also be easily derived from vosotros imperative form.
in the present tense is conjugated in the same manner as tú in the present tense except for these three differences:An accent is added to the final vowel of the verb.
voseo conjugation in the present tense is slightly different than that of tuteo.
to derive the voseo from the tuteo we see the same changes we saw as in the present tense:Add an accent to the final vowel of the verb.
, we can derive the voseo in present tense by looking at the conjugation of vosotros (2nd person familiar plural).
the book had done such a good job with the simple past tense, the present, and the imperfect, that it was disappointing that the other tenses were sort of an afterthought.