Costar Preterite Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to cost, to be hard/difficult

Verb Chart: Costar Preterite Tense

A mí

me costó

it costed me

A nosotros

nos costó

it costed us

A ti

(Juana, Juan)

te costaron

they costed you

A vosotros

(informal Spain)

os costaron

they costed all of you

A él/ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

le costó

it costed him/her/you

A ellos/ellas/uds.

les costó

it costed them/all of you

Costar Preterite Tense Practice

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Preterite Tense

Costar Preterite Sentence Examples

1. La camisa me costó veinte dólares.
The shirt cost me twenty dollars.
2. ¿Cuánto te costó el libro de ciencias?
How much did the science book cost you?
3. El teléfono nuevo le costó trescientos euros.
The new phone cost him three hundred euros.
4. A ella le costó cincuenta pesos la entrada al cine.
The movie ticket cost her fifty pesos.
5. ¿Cuánto le costó la bicicleta a Ud.?
How much did the bicycle cost you?
6. Nos costó mucho ganar el torneo de fútbol.
It was very hard for us to win the soccer tournament.
7. ¿Les costó a ellos aprender inglés?
Was it hard for them to learn English?
8. A las chicas les costó resolver el problema de matemáticas.
It was hard for the girls to solve the math problem.
9. ¿Les costó a Uds. organizar el evento?
Was it hard for you all to organize the event?
10. A vosotros os costó entender la obra de teatro.
It was hard for you all (Spain) to understand the play.