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Learning the Imperfect Tense in Spanish
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Lesson 13: Overview

Learning the Past Imperfect Tense in Spanish

What is the Imperfect Tense?

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In the Lesson 11 overview page, we learned that Spanish has two different ways to say things in the past. Remember?

1. We already learned the Preterite Tense:

Click for a definition. Preterite Tense:
"A simple tense for a past moment that is over and done with" (taught in lesson 11.)

2. This lesson will be teaching the Imperfect Tense:

Click for a definition. Imperfect Tense:
"The more confusing tense for a past moment that has no definite beginning or end."

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Use One or the Other

When we are talking about things in the past, Spanish requires you to choose one of these tenses to use depending on the situation. This tutorial lesson will get you familiar with doing just that!

Lesson Summary:

Learning to use the Imperfect Tense in Spanish to say things like was, were, and used to."



Proceed to study the Imperfect Tense

Last updated: 2017

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