Expressing Feelings and Mental Processes in the Past with the Imperfect Tense

In general, Spanish speakers use the imperfect to express things in the past that continued over a period of time. Class members can read a brief paragraph about this topic and check out the verb endings before completing the fill-in-the-blank exercise. All the verbs related to feelings, desires, or attitudes. Class members can complete this as a warm-up exercise or a homework assignment.

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  • Includes information and an exercise so that students completing the work at home have the tools to complete the sentences
  • Focuses on a single situation in which the imperfect is used
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  • The language of the explanation is somewhat complex and more appropriate for older learners