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Práctica con el pretérito y el imperfecto
It was a sunny day. Era un día soleado.
The temperature was perfect. La temperatura era perfecta.
I went handgliding. Volé con ala delta.
It was cold in the tent. Hacía frío en la tienda de campaña.
All of a sudden, it started to snow. De repente, empezό a nevar.
The storm stopped at 5 oclock. La tormenta terminό a las cinco.
The sand was pretty. La arena era bonita.
The thunder scared me. El trueno me dio miedo.
It was 35 degrees Centigrade. Hacía 35 grados centígrado.
It was a sunny day. Era un día soleado.
We took a walk. Dimos una caminata.
It was raining like cats and dogs while we were fishing. Llovía a cántaros mientras pescábamos.
I was watching the waves when, suddenly, I saw a shark. Miraba las olas cuando, de repente, vi un tiburόn.
It drizzled all day. Lloviznό todo el día.
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