Grammar Past imperfect vs Past preterit (indefinido)

Grammar to remember

There are two types of Past tenses: Past imperfect and the Preterito Indefinido. Both of them can be confussing because they may be the verbs can be put in either tense depending on the context.  This is why it is important to know clearly the difference between them.  😉

Remember that in order to conjugate the verbs ending in -ar- you have to drop -ar- and add one of the followings endings:

[table id=36 /]

Now let’s see some examples with the Imperfect Tense

In order to conjugate verbs in the impefect just drop the ending -ar- and add the following endings…

[table id=37 /]

Now let’s compare both of them…

[table id=38 /]


This entry was posted in Imp vs Preterit, Lesson 4 and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *