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Preterite VS Imperfect

Preterite VS Imperfect

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Author: Rebecca Begec
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Spanish learners will identify when to use the preterite tense versus and when to use the imperfect. Learners will demonstrate understanding by passing the quiz.

Preterite tense is used for any action that happened in the past and is completed. Imperfect tense is used when an action in the past happened repeatedly or could still be happening.

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