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Exercises - Spanish Imperfect Tense


Practice what you have learned! You’ll find the answers at the end of this page.

1) Add the corresponding Imperfect form for the infinitive you will find between brackets:
    a) Nosotros (comer) _____________ pan con tomate todos los días.
    b) Mis amigos (ir) __________ a la piscina.
    c) Esa mujer (ser) ____________ muy perezosa.
    d) Mis padres (ver) ________ la televisión durante la noche.
    e) Ustedes (poder) _________ tocar la guitarra, pero nosotros no.
2) Translate the following forms:
    a) I used to be ungry
    b) You used to eat potatoes
    c) He used to drink water
    d) She used to go to the cinema
    e) We used to tell the truth
    f) You (plural) used to be famous
    g) They used to watch TV

3) Listen to each verb and transcribe it:
  • Example: Verb 00
    Answer: Ustedes leían

  • Verb 01

  • Verb 02

  • Verb 03

  • Verb 04

  • Verb 05
4) Comprehension test: Click on every sentence, listen and transcribe it.
  • Sentence01

  • Sentence02

  • >Sentence03

  • Sentence04

  • Sentence05>
Answers:
1) a) comíamos - b) iban - c) era - d) veían - e) podían
2) a) Yo estaba triste b) Tu comías patatas c) El bebía agua d) Ella iba al cine e) Nosotros decíamos la verdad f) Vosotros erais famosos g) Ellos veían la televisión.
3) Verb 00: Ustedes leían; Verb 01: Nosotros comíamos; Verb 02: Usted bailaba; Verb 03: Ella era; Verb 04: Ellos veían; Verb 05: Yo fui.
4) Sentence 01: Cuando era pequeña yo iba a la iglesia. Sentence 02: Mi mamá hablaba conmigo todos los días. Sentence 03: Pero yo hablaba con mi gato. Sentence 04: Mis hermanos eran muy inteligentes. Sentence 05: Ellos jugaban al fútbol.

 
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