Preterite - Irregular Verb ver   By Ron Slone

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Spanish Grammar Preterite Tense Verb Ver - to see
Overview

The verb ver (conjugation) means "to see" or "to watch". It is irregular in the preterite tense.

yo vi (I saw)
viste (you saw)
Ud./él/ella vio (you/he/she saw)
nosotros (as) vimos (we saw)
vosotros (as) visteis (you guys saw)
Uds./ellos/ ellas vieron (you all/they saw)

Let's look at some example sentences:

No vi a nadie en el agua.
      I didn't see anyone in the water.

¿Ya los viste?
      Did you already see them?

Vio un pájaro.
      He saw a bird.

Vimos a nuestro hermano jugando con una víbora.
      We saw our brother playing with a snake.

Los niños vieron más televisión que nunca antes.
     The children watched more TV than ever before.


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