Sharpen your pupils' skills with the preterite and imperfect with a quick, straightforward exercise. Spanish language learners fill in the blanks in 15 sentences, conjugating the verbs in parentheses into either the imperfect or preterite. Individuals must use the provided part of the sentence to figure out which form is correct.
- Class members use context clues to determine whether the verb should be in the preterite or the imperfect
- Could be used for practice or assessment
- While the directions say to explain why you chose the preterite or the imperfect, there is no space provided to write this explanation
- The instructions also say to remember a rhyme that is not included