Quedar Conjugation: Preterite & Subjunctive


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Which of the following is NOT a preterite form of quedar?

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Select the form of the verb quedar that best fills in the blank:

Quiero que _____ este fin de semana. (I want us to plan to meet this weekend.)


Select the option that best fills in the blank:

Los zapatos no _____ bien. (The shoes didn't suit me well.)

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

The use of quedar in Spanish in its preterite and subjunctive tenses is the focus of this quiz and worksheet combo. Questions ask you to choose the correct verb form of quedar, whether it is simply from a list, or as part of a choice to complete a sentence.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

The situations below, contained in the quiz questions, help to test your understanding of quedar:

  • Planning to meet during a weekend
  • A pair of shoes not suiting someone
  • Planning to meet friends for a movie
  • Whether or not there is ice cream left

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can properly name the conjugated forms of quedar
  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about the preterite form in Spanish
  • Making connections - understand why a given form of quedar is to be used to complete a sentence

Additional Learning

To find out more about the verb form, click on the lesson titled Quedar Conjugation: Preterite & Subjunctive. With this, you can check out the following extra material:

  • Planning different forms of meetings
  • Reviewing pronunciation of Spanish
  • Defining the subjunctive form