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The Imperfect Progressive in Spanish - Chapter Summary
This series of short Spanish lessons helps you practice conjugating basic verbs in the imperfect progressive tense. Each lesson efficiently breaks down essential grammar rules and provides examples of irregular and regular verb conjugations.
After completing a lesson, you can practice conjugating verbs with the accompanying self-assessment quiz. To make your studying experience convenient and flexible, we've made these resources available on any desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet. The chapter is designed to help you:
- Conjugate several verbs in the imperfect progressive tense, including ''caer'', ''venir'' and ''ver''
- Know the present participles for these verbs
- Recognize the imperfect progressive conjugation rules
1. Caer Conjugation: Present Participle & Imperfect Progressive
'Caer' means 'to fall'. In Spanish, the participle form of this verb turns it into an adjective to describe something. The imperfect progressive allows you to state that someone or something 'was falling'.
2. Venir Spanish Conjugation: Present Participle & Imperfect Progressive
In this lesson, we will learn how to use the Spanish verb ''venir'' (to come) in two different ways: We will get to know the present participle of ''venir'' as well as the imperfect progressive tense of this handy verb.
3. Ver Conjugation: Present Participle & Imperfect Progressive
In this lesson we talk about the Spanish verb ''ver'' ('to see/watch'). We analyze its use in the present and imperfect progressive tenses, which will allow you to talk about what you are seeing at the moment of speaking or describe past experiences.
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