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Pasear Preterite Tense

Embrace the joy of walking and exploring in Spanish with the Preterite Tense of pasear. Our page features a detailed conjugation chart, engaging verb games, and practical sentences using pasear. Enhance your Spanish conversations by expressing leisurely walks and outings. Explore more about Spanish verbs at Spanish conjugation. Refine your pasear conjugation at our pasear conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to walk, to stroll

Verb Chart: Pasear Preterite Tense



I went for a walk



we went for a walk

(Juana, Juan)


you went for a walk


(informal Spain)


you all went for a walk


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you went for a walk



they/you all went for a walk

Pasear Preterite Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

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Conjugation Practice

Preterite Tense

Pasear Preterite Sentence Examples

1. Ayer paseé con mi perro por el parque.
Yesterday, I walked my dog in the park.
2. ¿Paseaste por el centro de la ciudad este fin de semana?
Did you stroll through the city center this weekend?
3. Él paseó en bicicleta por el sendero del bosque.
He rode his bike along the forest trail.
4. Ella paseó en barco por el lago.
She took a boat ride on the lake.
5. ¿Paseó Ud. por la playa al atardecer?
Did you walk on the beach at sunset?
6. Nosotros paseamos por las calles empedradas del pueblo antiguo.
We walked through the cobblestone streets of the old town.
7. ¿Pasearon ellos por el mercado local?
Did they stroll through the local market?
8. Las chicas pasearon por el centro comercial.
The girls walked around the mall.
9. ¿Pasearon Uds. por los jardines del palacio?
Did you all walk through the palace gardens?
10. Vosotros paseasteis por la ribera del río.
You all (Spain) walked along the riverbank.