Slow Spanish Dialogues - Imperfect Indicative  

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Dialogue 1

The imperfect indicative is used to describe actions or situations that were incomplete or in progress at the point of time in the past that is being described.

Dos jóvenes en su primera cita conociéndose…

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Saúl: Bueno, cuéntame, ¿dónde estudiabas de pequeña?
Well, tell me, where did you used to study when you were little?

Marisol: Estudiaba a la vuelta de mi casa. Caminaba a la escuela.
I used to studyarounf the corner from my house. I used to walk to school.

Saúl: ¿Qué te gustaba jugar?
What did you like to play?

Marisol: Me gustaba jugar escondite.
I used to like to play hide-and-seek.

Saúl: A mí me gustaba hacer deportes.
I liked to play sports.

Marisol: ¿Eras buen estudiante?
Were you a good student?

Saúl: No mucho, molestaba mucho en clase.
Not really, I used to misbehave in class.

Marisol: Yo era muy callada en clase.
I was very quiet in class.

Saúl: ¿Y qué hacías en las tardes?
And what did you used to do in the afternoons?

Marisol: Hacía tareas, tocaba piano, y jugaba con mis amigas.
I would do my homework, play piano, and play with my friends.

Saúl: Yo miraba mucha televisión y jugaba videojuegos.
I used to watch a lot of television and play video-games.

Marisol: Mmm, entiendo por qué no eras tan buen estudiante.
Mmm, I understand why you were not a very good student.


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