Charlotte Evans
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Do you think revising verbs that are already conjugated and put into their tenses e.g. Future tense,preterite,imperfect would be easier than just revising the verbs and learning how to conjugate them?
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I think that revising verbs and how to conjugate them individually is easier because if you learn certain verbs conjugated then you are limited to knowing the other tenses / verbs that may come up. They might even give you verbs you don’t know conjugated and if you know the tense it is in then you can try to work it out and even gain a mark for it.
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