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Spanish Tenses

Definitions for 13 tenses we studied in chapters 1 through 5.

TenseDefinition
Imperfect used for ongoing or habitual actions in the past.
Preterite used to show that events began or were completed in the past and to view past actions as a completed whole.
Present Subjunctive used in the subordinate clause when the verb in the main clause of a sentence that requires the subjunctive is in the present or future.
Present Perfect Subjunctive used to express an emotion, judgement, doubt, or hope about something that has happened.
Past Subjunctive used in the subordinate when the verb in the main clause of a sentence that requires the subjunctive is in the past or conditional.
Future used to describe what will take place.
Conditional used to describe what would happen or what someone would do under certain circumstances.
Present Progressive used to show an action that is in progress,
Present Perfect Indicative used to say what has or hasn't happened in a period of time up to the present or to talk about something that happened very recently.
Present Perfect Subjunctive used to express an emotion, judgement, doubt, or hope about something that has happened.
Past Progressive used to describe past actions in progress.
Passive Voice used to state that something is done or has been done to someone or something.
Past Perfect used to express the event that happens first in a sequence of events.
 



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