Spanish Imperfect tense

The Spanish Imperfect tense beyond other uses (that we will see later) , the preterite imperfect it is used to describe habits, customs and circumstances en a moment from the past. The preterite imperfect is equivalent to the Present (habitual) but referred to the past.

It has their own grammar:

trabajar comer vivir
(yo) trabaj-aba com-ía viv-ía
(tú) trabaj-abas com-ías viv-ías
(usted, él, ella) trabaj-aba com-ía viv-ía
(nosotros, -.as) trabaj-ábamos com-íamos viv-íamos
(vosotros, -as) trabaj-abais com-íais viv-íais
(ustedes, ellos, ellas) trabaj-aban com-ían viv-ían

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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