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Imperfect/Preterit

Verb forms of the Imperfect and Preterit

QuestionAnswer
-AR Preterit e, aste, o, amos, asteis, aron
-ER Preterit i, iste, io, imos, isteis, ieron
-IR Preterit i, iste, io, imos, isteis, ieron
Dar (Preterit) Di, Diste, Dio, Dimos, Disteis, Dieron
Ser (Preterit) Fui, Fuiste, Fue, Fuimos, Fuisteis, Fueron
Ir (Preterit) Fui, Fuiste, Fue, Fuimos, Fuisteis, Fueron
Estar (Preterit) Estuve, Estuviste, Estuvo, Estuvimos, Estuvisteis, Estuvieron
Tener (Preterit) Tuve, Tuviste,Tuvo, Tuvimos, Tuvisteis, Tuvieron
Andar (Preterit) Anduve, Anduviste, Anduvo, Anduvimos, Anduvisteis, Anduvieron
Poder (Preterit) Pude, Pudiste, Pudo, Pudimos, Pudisteis, Pusieron
Saber (Preterit) Supe, Supiste, Supo, Sumpimos, Supisteis, Supieron
Hacer (Preterit) Hice, Hiciste, Hizo, Hicimos, Hicisteis, Hicieron
Querer (Preterit) Quise, Quisite, Quiso, Quisimos, Quisisteis, Quisieron
Venir (Preterit) Vine, Viniste, Vino, Vinimos, Vinisteis, Vinieron
-AR Imperfect Aba, Abas, Aba, Abamos, Abais, Aban
-ER Imperfect Ia, Ias, Ia, Iamos, Iais, Ian
-IR Imperfect Ia, Ias, Ia, Iamos, Iais, Ian
Ir (Imperfect) Iba, Ibas, Iba, Ibamos, Ibais, Iban
Ser (Imperfect) Era, Eras, Era, Eramos, Erais, Eran
Ver (Imperfect) Veia, Veias, Veia, Veiamos, Veiais, Veian
When to use the Preterit form Completed action, Actions that began or finished, Abrupt changes in emotion, Series of events told in a narration
When to use the Imperfect form Continuous past action or state; repeated, habitual, continuous actions in the past; To describe two simultaneous activites; When one action interrupts the other
Created by: SlyMongoose