We have learnt the was-ing and were-ing tense and the used-to past tenses for actions which end in ar.
Let’s learn how to express those same tenses but for words which don’t end in ar.
The process is the same, the only difference is that instead of using aba, you use ía.
For example, “to eat” is comer and comer is not an ar word since it does not end in ar.
To say “I was eating” you say comía.
Another example is with vivir meaning “to live” to say “we used to live”, you say vivíamos
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