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Preterite vs. Imperfect Regular Verbs

28Quiz Answer #3Buen Trabajo!

29Gracias Por su Tiempo!!

The information for this lesson came from studyspanish.com log on today for more info and more practice quizzes!3Imperfect Verb Endingser verbs/ir verbsaasaamosan

Comer - vivirComa - vivaComas - vivasComa - vivaComamos - vivamosComan - vivan4ImperfectThe imperfect tense is used to refer to actions in the past that occurred repeatedly.

ExampleI used to walk all of the time.-Yo caminaba todo el tiempo.

5Imperfect The imperfect tense is used to refer to actions in the past that occurred over an extended period of time. ExampleI used to eat beans frequently.-Yo coma frijoles frecuentemente.

6ImperfectThe Imperfect tense is also used to set the stage for an event that occurred in the past.Example:We were coming home when we saw Juan.-Venamos para casa cuando vimos a Juan.

7ImperfectActions which are not physical, that is feelings and mental actions, usually use the imperfect tense.ExampleJuan was feeling sick. Juan estaba enfermo.

8ImperfectThe imperfect is frequently associated with phrases that describe frequency of past actions. Cada da-everydayGeneralmente-usuallyNunca-neverPor un rato-for awhile

frequency9Imperfect Practice Question estudiar-to studyTu siempre ________antes de un examn. a. estudiaba b. estudiaban c. estudiabas10Imperfect Practice QuestionVivir-to live2. Toda la vida Jorge _____ en Mexico. a. viva b. vivan c. vivas

12Preterite vs. ImperfectObjectivos This lesson will help you better understand the differences between preterite and imperfect!! Buena Suerte!!

15PreteriteThe preterite tense is used to refer to actions that occurred at a FIXED POINT in time.

ExampleI called at 1:00. Llam a la una.

18PreteriteThe preterite is used for actions that are part of a CHAIN OF EVENTS.

ExampleI bought a hat, sat down on a bench, and fell asleep.Compr un sombrero, me sent en un banco y me dorm.

19PreteriteThe preterite is also used for SUDDEN CHANGES of mood, feelings or opinions.

ExampleAt that moment, I was not afraid. En ese momento, no tuve miedo.

20PreteriteThe preterite is frequently associated with phrases that pinpoint a particular occasion or specific time frame.Ayer-yesterdayAnteayer-day before yesterdayAnoche-last night

21Preterite Helpful HintIF THE ACTION IS IN THE PAST, AND YOU CAN DETERMINE PRECISELY WHEN IT OCCURRED OR HOW MANY TIMES IT OCCURRED YOU WILL USE PRETERITE.