Conjugate traer in El Pretérito Indefinido (simple past)

The verb traer (to bring) is irregular in El Pretérito Indefinido:

yo

traje

trajiste

él/ella/Ud.

trajo

nosotros

trajimos

vosotros

trajisteis

ellos/ellas/Uds.

trajeron

Here are some examples to look at and listen to:

Yo traje un traje nuevo.
I brought a new suit.

trajiste unas tortillas de patata.
You brought some Spanish omelettes.

Ella trajo los libros de inglés.
She brought the English books.

Nosotras trajimos el pan y las aceitunas.
We brought bread and olives.

Vosotros trajisteis el vino.
You brought the wine.

Ustedes trajeron los vestidos de flamenco.
You brought the flamenco dresses.

Note that verb traer shares the same endings as the irregular verbs in El Pretérito Indefinido [see list here] except for the "they" form which is -eron (trajeron) , not -ieron (trajieron).

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Examples and resources

Ustedes trajeron los vestidos de flamenco.
You brought the flamenco dresses.


Yo traje un traje nuevo.
I brought a new suit.


Vosotros trajisteis el vino.
You brought the wine.


Nosotras trajimos el pan y las aceitunas.
We brought bread and olives.


Ella trajo los libros de inglés.
She brought the English books.


trajiste unas tortillas de patata.
You brought some Spanish omelettes.


Q&A Forum 1 question, 1 answer

It might be helpful to say that the only thing irregular about the endings (beyond the stem change) is the lack of an i in the third person plural.

Asked 5 months ago
InmaKwiziq language super star

Hola Pete

A note has been added to the lesson to highlight that difference between the 3rd person plural ending -eron, instead of the usual form -ieron.

Gracias, un saludo

Inma

It might be helpful to say that the only thing irregular about the endings (beyond the stem change) is the lack of an i in the third person plural.

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