Preterite of HACER QUERER and VENIR
The verbs hacer, querer and venir have irregular conjugations in
the Preterite tense. They all have a stem change where they
have an “i” in the stem. They also all have the same endings.
HACER – to make / to do
yo
tú
él/ella/Ud
hice
hiciste
nosotros hicimos
vosotros hicisteis
hizo
ellos/Uds hicieron
**Notice that in the he/she form, the “c” changes to “z” for
pronunciation purposes! Also note that with a complete stem
change there are no accents !
VENIR – come
yo
vine
nosotros
vinimos
tú
viniste
vosotros
vinisteis
vino
ellos/uds
vinieron
él/ella/ud
QUERER – to try / to refuse
yo
quise
nosotros
quisimos
tú
quisiste
vosotros
quisisteis
quiso
ellos/uds
quisieron
él/ella/ud
The verb querer has different meanings in the Preterite tense.
In the Present tense it means ‘to want/wish’. In the
Preterite tense it means ‘to try’ in an affirmative sentence
and means ‘to refuse’ in a negative sentence.
Quise ayudar.
I tried to help.
No quise ayudar.
I refused to help.
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Preterite of HACER QUERER and VENIR