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110 - vosotros/vosotras perdíais(you[informal were losing...

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The –  er  verbs use the exact same endings in the imperfect tense as the –  ir  verbs, so look at  perder  as another good example and notice in Table 5 that  perder  does not stem change in the imperfect  tense.  Table 5. Imperfect Tense Forms of Perder Singular Plural yo perdía (I was losing, used to lose) nosotros/nosotras perdíamos (we were losing, used to lose) tú perdías (you [informal] were losing, used to lose)
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Unformatted text preview: vosotros/vosotras perdíais (you [informal] were losing, used to lose) usted perdía (you [formal] were losing, used to lose) ustedes perdían (you [formal] were losing, used to lose) él perdía (he was losing, used to lose) ellos perdían (they were losing, used to lose) ella perdía (she was losing, used to lose) ellas perdían (they were losing, used to lose)...
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