¿Pretérito o Imperfecto?
THE PAST TENSE
The preterite is known in Spanish as the Pretérito indefinido and the imperfect is known as the Pretérito imperfecto. Both tenses are conjugations in the Indicative Mood (Modo Indicativo) and are used to narrate in the past. The preterite is used to talk about completed events, with known beginning or end, or specific number of instances. That means actions or states that are described as specific points in time in the past. The imperfect is used to describe states and habitual or ongoing activities in the past.
PRACTICE: Preterite vs Imperfect
Spaleon - Choose the tense you want to practice
Bowdoin Spanish - Preterite vs Imperfect
Colby EDU - Preterite vs Imperfect
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