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In the verb conjugation table the verbs for ÿl and ÿlla are the same as for Usted. According to the chart it would be:
Yo - Compré
Tú - Compraste
Usted - Compró

Can you please give an example where "Usted compró" would be a good choice?

Muchas gracias,

Matthew
Houston, TX

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updated ENE 12, 2009
posted by Matthew

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Thanks very much for answering my post.

Matthew

lazarus1907 said:

The "usted" forms are the same as those for "él" or "ella", for all tenses and all verbs, same as all "ustedes" forms are identical to all "ellos/ellas" forms.

Usted compró un coche el año pasado - You bought a car last year.

If you are wondering why we have "tú" and "usted", and both are translated as "you", check other past posts about this topic, because we get the same question every week.

P.S. "Ella" doesn't have an accent.

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updated ENE 12, 2009
posted by Matthew
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The "usted" forms are the same as those for "él" or "ella", for all tenses and all verbs, same as all "ustedes" forms are identical to all "ellos/ellas" forms.

Usted compró un coche el año pasado - You bought a car last year.

If you are wondering why we have "tú" and "usted", and both are translated as "you", check other past posts about this topic, because we get the same question every week.

P.S. "Ella" doesn't have an accent.

updated ENE 11, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
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