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Acostarse Conjugation: Command & Preterite

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Select the form of the verb acostarse that best fills in the blank: ¿Te _____ tarde anoche? ('Did you go to bed late last night?')

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1. Select the forms of the verb acostarse that best fill in the blank: ¿A qué hora os _____ ayer? ('What time did both of you go to bed yesterday?') Nos _____ a medianoche. ('We went to bed at midnight'.)

2. Select the form of the verb acostarse that best fills in the blank: Los niños estaban muy cansados, así que _____ nada más llegar a casa. ('The children were very tired, so they went to bed as soon as they arrived home'.)

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet provides the chance to test what you know about using the Spanish verb acostarse in the command and preterite tenses. You'll review the difference of the tenses in translation and choose the correct form for sentences provided.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet focuses on what you know about:

  • Understanding the translation of acostarse in both the preterite and command tenses
  • Comparing the meaning of the two tenses to choose the correct tense for acostarse
  • Conjugating acostarse correctly for the sentences provided

Skills Practiced

  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast the different meanings in the command and preterite tenses
  • Interpreting information - verify that you read about the translations of the Spanish verb acostarse in the preterite and command tenses and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application - review what you read about conjugating acostarse in the command and preterite tense to answer questions about it

Additional Learning

To review this topic in more depth, you can read the provided lesson, Acostarse Conjugation: Command & Preterite. This lesson offers additional information about:

  • What acostarse means
  • Using the past tense of acostarse
  • What pronominal means
  • The correct pronunciation and translation of acostarse in the preterite and command tenses
  • When acostarse is irregular
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