Spanish Past Tense

Spanish Past Tense

The past tense referes to actions that took place before the present. There are are two types of past teneses: Spanish Preterite and Spanish Imperfect.

The Spanish Preterite and the Spanish Imperfect are used in different situations. The preterite is used for actions that are viewed as completed, while the imperfect is used for actions that did not have a definite beginning or a definite end. Let’s see them individually and then together…

Please click on each item to start the lesson:

  1. Spanish Preterite
  2. Spanish Imperfect tense
  3. Spanish Prterite vs Imperfect


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