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Spanish Imperfert

The imperfect tense is used to.. convey "used to"; talk about habits/ repeated action in the past; to give descriptions; to convey an action that was going on in the background when something else happened to interrupt it
aba I, he/ she (AR)
abas you (s) (AR)
ábamos we (AR)
abais you (p) (AR)
aban they (AR)
ía I, he/ she (IR/ ER)
ías you (s) (IR/ ER)
íamos we (IR/ ER)
íais you (p) (IR/ER)
ían they (IR/ ER)
antes (yo) comía carne I used to eat meat
antes (yo) bebía cafe I used to drink coffee
(yo) hablaba por teléfono cuando sonó el timbre de la puerta I was talking on the phone when the door bell rang
antes ibamos al colegio en coche We used to go to school by car
el hotel era moderno the hotel was modern
mi casa era antiguo my house was old
The Preterite Tense is used when... an action can be counted; a very specific time reference is used