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©CAS 2002 In English:I was playing / I used to play Like the Preterite Tense, the Imperfect is formed by adding endings onto the stem. AR Verbs dejar ER and IR Verbs temer vivir dej tem viv dejaba dejabas dejaba dejaban dejabais dejábamos temía vivía temías vivías temía vivía temíamos vivíamos temíais vivíais temían vivían
©CAS 2002 One of the good things about the Imperfect Tense is that it only has 3 irregular verbs ! Ser (to be) Ir (to go) Ver (to see) era eras era éramos erais eran iba ibas iba íbamos ibais iban veía veías veía veíamos veíais veían Irregular stem and endings Uses –AR endings Stem has an extra e
©CAS 2002 Practice…… ganar (to win) cocinar (to cook) creer (to believe) esconder (to hide) decidir (to decide) 1. I was winning 2. You (pl) were hiding 3. He was cooking 4. We were deciding 5. You (sg) were believing ganaba escondíais cocinaba decidíamos creías 6. She used to believe 7. They used to hide 8. I used to win 9. We used to cook 10. You (sg) used to decide creía escondían ganaba cocinábamos decidías
MFL ©CAS 2002 MFL To achieve a Grade C or above at GCSE, you will have to use the Past Tenses in your Speaking and Writing. There are three tenses that.
TOP SECRET An introduction to: The IMPERFECT tense.
Past Tenses in Spanish ©CAS 2002.
The Imperfect Tense: Irregular Verbs Página 179 The Imperfect Tense: Irregular Verbs Página 179.
THE IMPERFECT TENSE.
El Imperfecto The imperfect tense in Spanish is used to describe things that used to happen places,objects and people (in the past) give background description.
El Imperfecto The Imperfect. Quick Review Spanish has two past tenses the preterite and the imperfect.
THE IMPERFECT TENSE: REGULAR- IRREGULAR VERBS Avancemos 2 – Unidad 4.
Regular verbs. The imperfect tense is quite easy to form and has very few irregular parts. There are only two sets of endings to learn and only three irregular.
El Imperfecto Hablar del Pasado Utilizando el Imperfecto Spanish4Teachers.org.
El Imperfecto El Tiempo Más Fácil En Español. Los Básicos states an ongoing, repeated, or continuous past action states what used to happen or what was.
El Imperfecto Or….another past tense.
The Imperfect Formation. To form the imperfect of -ar verbs, drop the -ar and substitute the following endings: -ábamos-abais-aban -aba -abas -aba.
El Imperfecto: The imperfect is used for past actions that are not seen as completed: The imperfect is used for actions that were repeated habitually.
EL PRETÉRITO: -AR -> É,ASTE,Ó,AMOS,ARON -ER &-IR -> Í,ISTE,IÓ,IMOS,IERON MANY IRREGULARS AND STEM-CHANGES. EL IMPERFECTO: -AR -> ABA,ABAS,ABA,ÁBAMOS,ABAN.
El imperfecto 194 Bad Romance Don't Stop. El imperfecto The imperfect is another past tense in Spanish. It is used when you talk about events that happened.
El imperfecto Los verbos -ER/-IR.
Sp. 2 ch One of the usages of the imperfect is to set the scene...when something specific happens or interrupts. He was watching the floor when.
Irregular Preterite Verbs: Ir, Ser
Uses of the imperfect.
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In Lecciones 6–9, you learned the preterite tense
Repaso del pretérito y el imperfecto Endings and uses of the past tenses.
El Imperfecto You can use the imperfect in the following ways: To speak about descriptions in the past: Ella era muy vieja. She was very old.
¿Inglés? = was/were + verb(ing), used to + verb verb in the past
El preterite tense ser – to be – “was / were”. Ser – to be – preterite tense 1. Yo fui (I was) __________________________ 2. Tú fuiste (you were) __________________________.
El Imperfecto Talking about habitual, recurring past actions.
How to form and use the conditional tense in Spanish.
The Present Progressive Tense Pasodoble Present Progressive We use the present tense to talk about an action that always or often takes place or that.
The preterite is used to express the past tense.
GRAMÁTICA El Imperfecto: PARTE I. The Imperfect We have already talked about using the preterit tense to talk about events that have already occurred.
Tener - to have. ‘Tener’ is also a stem-changing verb. It has regular -er endings but the stem changes from -e to -ie. ‘Tener’ is also a ‘go’ verb. This.
The Present Progressive Tense Page 308 Realidades 1.
¿De dónde es? Objetivos 1.To revise food vocab 2.To revise describing your eating habits 3.To read a text to find out about the origins of the tapas.
THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE TENSE We use the present tense to talk about an action that always or often takes place or that is happening now.
Irregular Preterite Verbs: Ir, Ser and Hacer Unit 7- lesson 2.
The Imperfect Tense: Regular Verbs Page 194 Realidades 2.
El Imperfecto Los Verbos en -ER/-IR. El Imperfecto Usos del Imperfecto: –Express habitual or repeated actions/events in the past –Actions without definite.
Presente Progresivo “ing”
Español 2 Chapter 1 Grammar Lesson 1 Mr. Valdes – 218 Spencer High School
The Preterite (Past Tense) of SER and IR.
The imperfect tense The imperfect is another way to express the past. To talk about something you used to do as a matter of habit. cant ar -to sing To.
ANTE TODO You have already learned the preterite tense.
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Objetivo: to say that someone WENT someplace, using the preterite tense of ir. Ahora: Complete yesterday’s ditto using traer, pedir, and servir.
The Imperfect Tense: Regular Verbs Over and over and over and over and over in the past.
El imperfecto Use the imperfect tense to talk about actions that happened regularly. In English you often say “used to” or “would” to express this idea.
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