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La Gramática Capítulo 5. Imperfect Progressive Tense Tells what was going on at a specific time in the past, often when something else happened. Formed.

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1 La Gramática Capítulo 5

2 Imperfect Progressive Tense Tells what was going on at a specific time in the past, often when something else happened. Formed by combining the imperfect tense of estar with the present participle of a verb. Ex : Yo estaba pensando en comprar un suéter a cuadros.

3 Imperfect Progressive Cont. Object pronouns: follow or attach to the present participle. This may require an accent mark. Ex: La estaba aconsejando. Estaba aconsejándola. 2 most common progressive tenses –Present –Imperfect * These two tenses usually have a form of estar and a present participle.

4 Adverbs ending in -mente -mente = -ly in English Ex : r á pidamente = rapidly AdjectiveFeminine Form (+ mente)Adverb EspecialEspecial (+ mente)Especialmente FácilFácil (+ mente)Fácilmente FelizFeliz (+ mente)Felizmente NecesarioNecesaria (+ mente)Necesariamente ProbableProbable (+ mente)Probablemente SóloSola (+ mente)solamente

5 Hacía (+ time) que To express an action that continued for a period of time in the past you use this pattern: haciá + (time expression) + que + (imperfect tense of a verb) Ex: Hacía una hora que andaba I had been walking in the shopping center for an hour. When a form of ¿cuánto? Introduces a question, reverse the order of hacía and the time expression Ex: ¿Cuánto tiempo hacía que andabas por el centro commerical?


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