Ask your class to conjugate a variety of -ir and -er verbs into the imperfect. To start, they must fill in the endings for four different verbs, paying attention to the subjects in each case. After they complete the endings, class members finish a series of sentences by filling in the blanks with the imperfect versions of the verbs in parentheses. The worksheet is fairly basic and straightforward, yet it is effective for practicing the imperfect.
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