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"comer" en tiempo pasado
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. "comer" in the past tense
El verbo "comer" en tiempo pasado, como todos los verbos regulares acabados en "-er", cambia la vocal "e" en "i", como en "yo comí" o "yo comía".The verb "comer" in the past tense, like all regular verbs ending in "-er," turns the vowel "e" into "i", as in "yo comí" or "yo comía."
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