Sonar Preterite Tense

Delve into the world of dreaming and sounding in Spanish with the Preterite Tense of sonar. Our comprehensive page includes a detailed conjugation chart, fun verb activities, and sentences using sonar. Learn to express the act of dreaming or making a sound, enriching your descriptive abilities. For a deeper understanding of Spanish verbs, visit Spanish conjugation. Hone your sonar conjugation skills on our sonar conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to sound, to ring

Verb Chart: Sonar Preterite Tense

Yo

soné

I sounded

Nosotros

sonamos

we sounded

(Juana, Juan)

sonaste

you sounded

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

sonasteis

you all sounded

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

sonó

he/she/you sounded

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

sonaron

they/you all sounded

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Sonar Preterite Sentence Examples

1. Ayer sonó mi despertador a las 6 de la mañana.
Yesterday, my alarm clock rang at 6 in the morning.
2. ¿Sonó tu teléfono durante la reunión?
Did your phone ring during the meeting?
3. El teléfono de él sonó justo cuando iba a dormir.
His phone rang just as he was going to sleep.
4. La campana de la escuela sonó a las tres.
The school bell rang at three.
5. ¿Sonó la alarma de incendios en tu edificio?
Did the fire alarm go off in your building?
6. Nosotros oímos sonar las campanas de la iglesia.
We heard the church bells ringing.
7. ¿Sonaron las sirenas durante la tormenta?
Did the sirens sound during the storm?
8. Las alarmas del coche sonaron en medio de la noche.
The car alarms went off in the middle of the night.
9. ¿Sonó el timbre justo cuando estaban cenando?
Did the doorbell ring just as you were having dinner?
10. Vuestros móviles sonaron al mismo tiempo.
Your mobile phones rang at the same time.