Preterite - Verb Conducir - to drive  

Spanish Grammar Preterite Tense Verb Conducir - to drive
Overview

Conducir means to drive.
It is irregular in the preterite.

yo conduje I drove
condujiste you drove
Ud./él/ella condujo you/he/she drove
nosotros/as condujimos we drove
vosotros/as condujisteis you all drove
Uds./ellos/ellas condujeron you all/they drove

Yo conduje mi motocicleta.
      I drove my motorcycle.

Tú condujiste el carro.
      You drove the car.

El joven condujo como un loco.
      The young man drove like a madman.

Nosotros condujimos la investigación.
      We conducted the investigation.

Condujisteis sin precaución.
      You guys drove without precaution.

Ellos condujeron carros de carrera.
      They drove race cars.


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