Once again we’ll start with the irregular-est verbs in the preterite. That is, the ones that hardly look and sound at all like their infinitive. We’re doing this for a reason. Well, two reasons. One, these verbs are super frequently used, yes, but also your brain is really good at remembering these. It’s true! Here are the four verbs:
Hold up, did you see that? Ser and ir share the same conjugations in the preterite. That might seem confusing, but their uses are so different that context always tells the reader or listener what’s going on. Yo fui al cine can only be from ir, and Yo fui malo can only be ser.
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