Click the link below to access the transcript from today’s listening exercise with the Tarea attached:
Archive for 28 noviembre 2013
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6th Year HW
1 – 36. Planes para el sábado – Haz click aqui
2. La Pluma p 102 Ex 1&2 plus Deberes (escribe un diálogo).
The Imperfect Tense can take a bit of getting used to for students. As you’ve seen forming the Imperfect is very simple with only 3 irregular verbs (Ser, Ir and Ver), the trick is remembering when to use them.
For now we will focus on using the Imperfect to talk about things we used to do or things we were doing in the past, whereas the Preterite Tense (the one we learned last year and revised at the start of this year) is used for single events in the past.
In this blog post you will focus on the formation of the Imperfect and not so much on its uses but keep them in mind as you’re doing the exercises.
First read the reviews of the Imperfect tense and take the practice quizzes attached