The imperfect tense is a very useful past tense. Whilst the present perfect tense allows us to talk about or ask about what happened at a specific point in time, the imperfect tense lets us talk about what was happening or what used to happen.
We're going to be looking at how to conjugate verbs into the imperfect tense, how to use it with the fifth structure and how to turn it negative, just like we do with other structures. Now that we've amassed quite a few structures, though, we can start to put them together to really improve our communication proficiency in Spanish. We're going to look at how we can combine Structure 5 with other structures we've been learning.
As always, all the lessons in this course have been broken down into three-minute chunks. That way, you can listen to one three-minute lesson every day without having to eat into your schedule. Obviously, you can watch more than one lesson per day, if you wish, but I would recommend you stop before you want to.
If you get to the end of a lesson and you're feeling exhausted, then you've gone too far. You want to stop whilst your head still feels fresh enough to focus. By doing this, learning Spanish will never become something that you get bored with, and you'll be much more likely to carry on.
So, let's start learning all about Structure 5 in Spanish. I hope you enjoy...
🇪🇸 ¡Vale, empecemos! | OK, let's begin! 😊