Imperfect Tense - Verb Correr  

Spanish Grammar Imperfect Tense Verb Correr - to run

 Correr means to run.
  Correr is a regular -er verb.
   To say you were running or you used to run,
    use the imperfect ending.

yo corría
Ud./él/ella corría
nosotros/as corríamos
vosotros/as corríais
Uds./ellos/ellas corrían

Sentences using correr in the imperfect tense

Yo corría en el parque.
      I was running in the park.

¿Corrías en el parque?
      You didn't used to eat green beans.

Juan corría en el parque.
     John was running in the park.

Nosotros corríamos en el parque.
      We were running in the park.

Vosotros corríais muy rápido.
      You all used to run very fast.

Los muchachos corrían en el parque.
      The boys were running in the park.

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