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Preterite vs Imperfect Spanish Grammar Podcast
Posted by thelanguagetutors on March 11, 2012 at 5:11 AM

An advanced Spanish grammar podcast discusing the differences and uses of the preterite and imperfect Spanish past tenses, including explanations and examples

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5 Comments

Reply thelanguagetutors
11:49 PM on March 17, 2012 
Lucie says...
Another great podcast! Check two things in your transcript...in "Use the preterite for sequential actions", it should be "fuí" instead of "fue". And in "Use the imperfect for simultaneous actions", it should be "las vacaciones" instead of "los".
Keep up the good work!


Awesome, thanx Lucie, I'm always grateful for any help with proof reading or listening! I've checked and you were quite right about 'las' vacaciones so I've fixed that - with the 'fui' my most recent copy did have 'fui' - unless I'm looking in the wrong spot but even a search for fue didn't turn one up - let me know if I've missed it though. ¡Mil gracias! :)
Reply Lucie
8:46 AM on March 17, 2012 
Another great podcast! Check two things in your transcript...in "Use the preterite for sequential actions", it should be "fuí" instead of "fue". And in "Use the imperfect for simultaneous actions", it should be "las vacaciones" instead of "los".
Keep up the good work!
Reply thelanguagetutors
2:19 AM on March 12, 2012 
Wow you must have liked it Terri, a double comment lol :) Thanks - I hope it helps!
Reply Teresa
1:49 AM on March 12, 2012 
Excellent podcast!! It certainly covers a lot of information. And I love your analogy!
Reply Teresa
1:46 AM on March 12, 2012 
Excellent podcast!! It certainly covers a lot of information. And I love your analogy!

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