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The Imperfect Tense in Spanish

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Learn about The Imperfect Tense and how to use it to describe past habitual or ongoing actions.

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The Imperfect Tense in Spanish Objectives: Learn about the imperfect tense and how to use it to describe past habitual or ongoing actions. Identify the endings of the imperfect tense for regular and irregular verbs. Practice using the imperfect tense in sentences. Content: Introduction: The imperfect tense is used to talk about repeated or ongoing past actions and events. Formation: The imperfect tense endings are -aba/-ía for -ar verbs, -ebas/-ías for -er/-ir verbs, and irregular forms for common verbs like ser, ir, ver. Examples: Cada fin de semana jugaba al fútbol. De niña, me gustaba dibujar. Mi hermano siempre me despertaba temprano. Activity: Students identify verbs in the imperfect tense in sentences and practice conjugating verbs in this tense. Uses: Recap the uses of the imperfect for background information, habits, ongoing actions, descriptions with verbs like gustar. Summary: Review key points about forming and using the imperfect tense to talk about the past in Spanish.

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