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Despertarse Conjugation: Preterite & Command

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Choose the correct way to conjugate despertarse for yo (I) in the preterite tense:

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1. Choose the correct translation of 'we woke up' in Spanish:

2. 'Pablo woke up early.' is as follows in Spanish:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

While completing this assessment on despertarse in preterite and imperative form, you'll test your understanding of how to conjugate and translate phrases in Spanish. This quiz is brief and mobile-friendly.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Confirm your knowledge of the following with this assessment:

  • How to conjugate despertarse for yo in the preterite tense:
  • Translation of 'we woke up' in Spanish
  • Conjugating 'Pablo woke up early' in Spanish
  • Command for telling your roommates to wake up in Spanish, while in Mexico
  • How to tell your boss to 'wake up!' in Spanish

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about how to conjugate the verb in 'Pablo woke up early' in Spanish
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding translation of 'we woke up' in Spanish
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as formal and informal commands

Additional Learning

To continue your studies, be sure to review the related lesson titled Despertarse Conjugation: Preterite & Command. Here's the type of information you'll find in this lesson:

  • Most stressed syllables during pronunciation
  • Preterite tense of despertarse and uses
  • Using ustedes when talking to a group of people
  • Command tense conjugation and uses
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