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Exercise 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.

Dialogue 1
Está sonando el teléfono...
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Victor: Diga
What is it?
Victor: ¿De parte de quién?
On behalf of whom? Who is calling?
Victor: Un momento.
One moment.
Victor: Es Juan Carlos.
It's John Carlos.
Quique: ¿El Rey de España?
The King of Spain?
Victor: No, Tu vecino.
No, your your neighbor.
Quique: Ah!, Vale.
Ah, OK.
Quique: Hola Juan Carlos, pensaba que eras el rey!
Hello John Carlos, I was thinking that you were the King!

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Popular Phrase: dormirse preterite conjugation | Spanish Verb Chart | Conjugated Verb: noticiar - to inform [ click for full conjugation ]