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Some students were not interested in learning grammar last semester. Which verb correctly completes the sentence?

Group of answer choices

les interesaron

les interesó

Correct Answer: les interesó

In this sentence, the verb "les interesó" is the correct form to indicate that some students were not interested in learning grammar last semester. The verb "interesó" agrees with the plural noun "estudiantes" (students) in the sentence.

When using the verb "interesar" in Spanish, we need to pay attention to the subject that is actually doing the action of being interested. In this case, it is the students who are the ones not interested, so we use the third person singular form of the verb, "les interesó."

It's important to understand verb agreement in Spanish to ensure that sentences are grammatically correct and convey the intended meaning. Practice with different verbs and subjects to enhance your language skills!

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