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1.Choose the correct past participle for the Spanish verb cantar.
A. canté
B. cantaba
C. cantado
D. canto

C is my answer.

2. Choose the correct past participle for the Spanish verb salir.
A. salía
B. salió
C. salido
D. sale

C is also my answer.

Choose the correct past participle for the Spanish verb describir.
A. descrito
B. describía
C. describo
D. describió

I'm not sure??

  • Spanish -

    1 - c
    2 - c
    3 - a irregular, like written=escrito

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