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The Imperfect Tense; Preterite and ImperfectUnidad 4 Lección 1
The Imperfect Tense Use the imperfect tense to:talk about something that was happening talk about something you used to do say how old someone was tell what time it was
regular -ar endings -aba -ábamos -abas -abais -aba -aban
regular -er/-ir endings-ía -íamos -ías -íais -ía -ían
irregular imperfect ser era éramos eras erais era eran
irregular imperfect ir iba íbamos ibas ibais iba iban
irregular imperfect ver veía veíamos veías veíais veía veían
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The Imperfect Tense -ar verbs trabajaba trabajabamos trabajabastrabajabais trabajabatrabajaban.
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