Preterite - Verb Dormir - to sleep  

Spanish Grammar Preterite Tense Verb Dormir - to sleep

Dormir means to sleep.
Dormir is irregular in the preterite.

yo dormí I slept
dormiste you slept
Ud./él/ella durmió you/he/she slept
nosotros/as dormimos we slept
vosotros/as dormisteis you all slept
Uds./ellos/ellas durmieron you all/they slept

Estoy cansado porque no dormí bien.
      I am tired because I didn't sleep well.

¿Dormiste en un hotel?
      Did you sleep in a hotel?

Ella no durmió nada.
      She didn't sleep a wink.

Nosotros no dormimos bien anoche.
      We didn't sleep well last night.

¿Dormisteis mal?
      Did you guys sleep poorly?

¿Durmieron Uds. en casa?
      Did you all sleep at home?

Ellas durmieron toda la noche.
      They slept through the night.

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