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fui, fue, fuemos, fuimos, etc.

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How can I distinguish between fue, fui, fuemos, etc.?

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updated OCT 12, 2009
posted by fphilz

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Here's a little visual trick:

"Fui" ends in the letter "I", so it means I went. "Fue" end in the letter "e". Since the English words "he" and "she" also end in "e", you can remember that "fue" goes with "he/she/and you formal.

Dealing with the plurals: "I" is singular; "we" is the plural of "I" (since I am in the group.) "Fui" goes with "I", so just use that form as the base of your plural; you come up with "fuimos" meaning "we went". "He" is singular; "they " is the plural of "he" (since he is in the group.) "Fue" goes with "he", so you just use that form as the base of your plural. You come up with "fueron" meaning "they went".

updated OCT 12, 2009
posted by mountaingirl123
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fue is the 3rd person singular,fui is 1st person singular,fuemos is 1st person plural

updated OCT 12, 2009
posted by scorpiokiss
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