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SPNS1101 Elementary Spanish 2 Chapter 7 Preterite Tense – pg. 242­243; 245­246; 280­281; 283 Exercise 2: El miércoles por la mañana Rosario almorzó con Neti. El miércoles por la noche Rosario saco la basura. El jueves por la mañana Rosario leo en la biblioteca Escribió Corrió  Biló Desayunó o desayunaron Se entrenó Descansó Comió o comieron Los deportes: ¿Que deportes te gustan? Me gusta practicar alpinismo. Me gusta nadar en el lago. Imperfect Tense – pg. 318­319 Direct Object Pronouns – pg. 248 Me  Me Nos Us Te You (Familiar) Os You (Familar) Lo You, Him, It (Formal Masculine)  Los You, Them, It (Formal Masculine) La You, She, It (Formal Feminine) Las You, The, It (Formal Feminine) *D.O.P. always come before a conjugated verb used by itself. Ex. Me llamas el viernes, ¿no? You will call me on Friday, right? *When a DOP is used with an infinitive or present progressive it can come before the  verb OR be attached to the end. Ex. Te voy a llam
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