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There's no shoe verbs for Vestirse (reflexive) in the preterite right?

  • Spanish -

    Here are the forms:

    yo me vestí
    tú te vestiste
    él/ella/Ud. se vistió
    nosotros/nosotras nos vestimos
    vosotros/vosotras os vestisteis
    ellos/ellas/Uds. se vistieron

    Note that the only stem change is in the 3rd person singular and plural.

    Sra

  • Spanish -

    la forma es ponerse los zapatos
    yo me pongo los zapatos
    tu te pones los zapatos
    el se pone
    nosotros nos ponemos
    ellos se ponen
    vosotros se poneís

  • Spanish -

    what dose megan mean in spanish
    youing tu or usted

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