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105 - ar verb that is irregular in the imperfect tense...

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The  imperfect tense  is another past tense aspect in Spanish. Only three verbs in the entire  language are irregular in the imperfect tense. While it is easy to learn how to create the forms of  verbs in the imperfect tense, it is more difficult to understand when to use this tense. Usually, the  imperfect tense is translated as “was / were doing” something, or “used to do” something.  There are no spelling changes and no stem changes in the imperfect. The –  ar  endings found in  Table 1 are used for every –  ar  verb in the entire language. There is not a single – 
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Unformatted text preview: ar verb that is irregular in the imperfect tense. Notice that the yo form is exactly like the l, ella, and usted forms, so it is important to use the pronoun or noun to specify what the subject is in a specific sentence. Also notice that only the nosotros/nosotras form has a written accent mark. Table 1. Imperfect Tense Endings for All ar Verbs Singular Pronoun Ending Plural Pronoun Ending yo aba nosotros/nosotras bamos t abas vosotros/vosotras abais usted aba ustedes aban l aba ellos aban ella aba ellas aban...
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