Imperfect and Perfect Exercises

April 28, 2017

The Imperfect and the Perfect                                                           

1.      Fill in the Imperfect tenses using the infinitives below.


(to eat)


(to sign)


(to choose)


(to promise)


(to forget)


(to search)

         a.      I was eating                   ______________________

         b.      We were signing                      ______________________

         c.       He used to promise                 ______________________

         d.      You (sg) were choosing            ______________________

         e.      I used to forget                       ______________________

         f.       She was searching         ______________________

         g.      You (pl) were eating                ______________________

         h.      You (sg) used to search           ______________________

         i.       They used to promise              ______________________

         j.       We were promising                  ______________________

         k.      You (pl) used to choose           ______________________

         l.       They were forgetting               ______________________

2.      Fill in the six parts of the present tense of the verb HABER.

3.      Fill in the Past Participles of the infinitives given.

         a.      gastar (to spend)    _____________ c.       comenzar (to begin)       _____________

         b.      esconder (to hide) _____________    d.      decidir (to decide) _____________


4.      Now fill in the Perfect Tenses.

         a.      I have hidden       _________________      d.      You (pl) have decided     ________________

         b.      He has spent        _________________      e.      They have begun           ________________

         c.       We have begun     _________________      f.       You (sg) have hidden      ________________

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