Spanish imperfectThey say practice makes perfect, so how can one of the most common Spanish  past tenses be imperfect? In grammatical terms, "perfect" means "complete," so the Spanish imperfect tense is used to describe an incomplete or ongoing action or state of being, especially when it lasted for a long time.








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