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I put (past) in Spanish 🇪🇸


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I put (past) puse
How to say “I put (past)” in Spanish? “Puse”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “puse” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on I put (past) in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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this might be a bit juvenile

but effective neumatic device.
“puse en Sue’s pantalones….ayer….lo hago.”
i’ll leave it there cause not sure of user base here.

2 years ago

Do you mean mnemonic device?

2 years ago

I see. How embarrassing. I’ve become spoiled by spell check.
Still, I’ve heard it both ways, with the former most often associated with music specifically.
A neume is an early musical notation system used to recal information of a song and can .e broadly applied as a subset of mnemonic.
But I suppose “neumatic”, if not a typo, is a possible malaprop manner of translating neume into an adjective, and is more closely related to pneumatic, air-powered tools, than “neumetic” and The typo has been corrected.
It was also late, and I stlll had the Lisa Loeb comment on my mind.
So, we’ll go with “mnemonic”.
And thanks for asking? 😛

2 years ago

Pronunciation

Normal speech: PU-se
IPA: /’pu.se/

7 months ago

puse info.

Tips to remember “puse”:
– Associate “puse” with the English word “put” by visualizing placing an object down in the past.
– Think of the phrase “USe Earlier” to help remember “puse,” as both “use” and “puse” share a similar vowel and consonant pattern.
– Relate it to the English past tense construction “I put” simply without the ‘t’.

Explanation:
– “Puse” is the first person singular (yo) simple past tense (preterite) form of the verb “poner,” which means “to put” or “to place.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Coloqué (another past tense form derived from “colocar,” which can also mean “to put” or “to place”)
– Situé (from “situar,” can be used when referring to placing something in a specific position)

“Poner” conjugation in different tenses:
– Infinitive: poner
– Present indicative: yo pongo, tú pones, él/ella pone, nosotros/nosotras ponemos, vosotros/vosotras ponéis, ellos/ellas ponen
– Simple past (preterite): yo puse, tú pusiste, él/ella puso, nosotros/nosotras pusimos, vosotros/vosotras pusisteis, ellos/ellas pusieron
– Future indicative: yo pondré, tú pondrás, él/ella pondrá, nosotros/nosotras pondremos, vosotros/vosotras pondréis, ellos/ellas pondrán
– Present subjunctive: yo ponga, tú pongas, él/ella ponga, nosotros/nosotras pongamos, vosotros/vosotras pongáis, ellos/ellas pongan
– Imperfect subjunctive: yo pusiera/pusiese, tú pusieras/pusieses, él/ella pusiera/pusiese, nosotros/nosotras pusiéramos/pusiésemos, vosotros/vosotras pusierais/pusieseis, ellos/ellas pusieran/pusiesen

Examples of sentences that use “puse”:
– Ayer puse las llaves en la mesa, pero ahora no las encuentro. (Yesterday I put the keys on the table, but now I can’t find them.)
– Puse mi esfuerzo en el proyecto y valió la pena. (I put my effort into the project and it was worth it.)
– Cuando puse la alarma, no pensé que tendría que levantarme tan temprano. (When I set the alarm, I didn’t think I would have to get up so early.)

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