Preterite vs Imperfect Part III: Oral Exercise #1

This exercise will help you practice the use of some Spanish verbs that change meaning, depending on whether they are used in the preterite or the imperfect. You can study the specific verbs and their meaning in the accompanying lesson, Preterite vs Imperfect III.

The speaker will present you with an English phrase. Try to say the Spanish equivalent of the phrase, knowing that you should use the preterite or imperfect to convey the correct meaning. Swipe left or click on ‘continue’ to proceed to the next slide.

The speaker in this exercise is from Latin America.

Oral Exercise

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