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Spanish's Two Simple Past Tenses — Preterite and Imperfect
Unlike English, Spanish has two simple past tenses, the preterite and the imperfect. Although they may often be translated the same way to English, they seldom ...
Use of the Spanish Past Tenses With Specific Verbs
The two simple past tenses of Spanish can be translated differently in English when used with certain common verbs, among them 'conocer,' 'saber' and 'tener'
Spanish Compound Past Tenses — Forming Past Tenses With ...
Spanish has several compound past tenses that provide nuances of meaning well beyond the imperfect and preterite tenses.
How the Simple Past Tense of English Becomes Two Tenses in ...
The two simple past tenses of Spanish avoid some of the ambiguity of the English simple past tense.
Past Tenses of Ser and Estar — Spanish Grammar
I speak Spanish very well and receive compliments on my Spanish. ... The differences between the preterite and imperfect tenses of ser, especially, can be ...
Verb Tenses in Spanish - Spanish Language - About.com
In the basic sense, the verb tenses are past, present and future. But when learning a foreign language, including Spanish, it's seldom that simple.
Fue vs Era — Past Tenses of the Spanish Verb Ser
Conceptually, the differences between the two simple past tenses of Spanish are fairly easy to grasp: The preterite typically refers to actions that took place at a ...
Changes of Meaning With Past TensesSpanish Grammar
Many times the differences between the preterite and the imperfect, which are the two simple past tenses of Spanish, are subtle enough that they aren't readily ...
Spanish Conjugation of Regular Preterite Verbs - Spanish Language
As one of Spanish's two simple past tenses, the preterite (often called the preterit) has a conjugation that is essential to learn. It is the verb form used most often ...
Spanish Use of 'Haber' — The Perfect Tenses in Spanish
How to use the Spanish verb "haber" to form the perfect tenses. ... Contrast two ways of referring to something that happened in the past: He salido ("I have left")  ...
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