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Past tense of modal verbs 2

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88 [ochenta y ocho]

Pretérito 2

88 [eighty-eight]

Past tense of modal verbs 2

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88 [ochenta y ocho]

Pretérito 2

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My son did not want to play with the doll. Mi h--- n- q----- j---- c-- l- m-----.
My daughter did not want to play football / soccer (am.). Mi h--- n- q----- j---- a- f-----.
My wife did not want to play chess with me. Mi e----- n- q----- j---- c------ a- a------.
   
My children did not want to go for a walk. Mi- h---- n- q------ d-- u- p----.
They did not want to tidy the room. No q------ o------ l- h---------.
They did not want to go to bed. No q------ i--- a c---.
   
He was not allowed to eat ice cream. Él n- p---- / d---- c---- h------.
He was not allowed to eat chocolate. No p---- / d---- c---- c--------.
He was not allowed to eat sweets. No p---- / d---- c---- c--------.
   
I was allowed to make a wish. Pu-- p---- u- d----.
I was allowed to buy myself a dress. Pu-- c------ u- v------.
I was allowed to take a chocolate. Pu-- c---- u- b-----.
   
Were you allowed to smoke in the airplane? ¿P------ f---- e- e- a----?
Were you allowed to drink beer in the hospital? ¿P------ b---- c------ e- e- h-------?
Were you allowed to take the dog into the hotel? ¿P------ l----- a- p---- c------ a- h----?
   
During the holidays the children were allowed to remain outside late. Du----- l-- v--------- l-- n---- p----- e---- a----- h---- t----.
They were allowed to play in the yard for a long time. El--- / e---- p----- j---- d------ m---- r--- e- e- p----.
They were allowed to stay up late. El--- / e---- p----- a-------- t----.
   
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