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Midterm Review. Vocabulary 9 Imperfect vs. Preterite. Garrett Miller, Uly Lomeli , Josh Gonzalez, Chris Hackworth. Warm-up. Translate El fantasma El dios Castigar. Ghost God To punish. Imperfect or Preterite and why 1. Una vez , había un rey con poderes magicos .

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midterm review

Midterm Review

Vocabulary 9

Imperfect vs. Preterite

Garrett Miller, UlyLomeli, Josh Gonzalez, Chris Hackworth

warm up


  • El fantasma
  • El dios
  • Castigar



To punish

Imperfect or Preterite and why

1. Unavez, habíaun rey con poderesmagicos.

2. A causa de esto el reycastigóal malvado

3. Se cuentaqueestabanubladoaqueldia

Imperfect- describe setting and/or background

Preterite- event in a story with a specific beginning/end

Imperfect- Describing setting and/or background

grammar ch 9
Grammar CH.9

Imperfect is used to describe the setting or the background of the story

Ejemplo: Unavez, habíaun rey con poderesmagicos

Ejemplo2: se cuentaqueestabanubladoaqueldia

grammar cont
Grammar Cont.

Preterite used to show that an event or situation in the story had a specific beginning or end.

Ejemplo: A causa de esto el reycastigó al malvado

Ejemplo: A partir de entonces, nuncavolvió al castillo

exit ticket
Exit Ticket
  • Tú(honrabas/honraste) el enemigocuandoellosfueronderrota.
  • El fantasma se (desaparecía/desapareció) ayer.
  • El rey (traicionaba/traicionό) el sabio.
  • El dios (declaraba/declarό) la guerra con el reyanteyaer.
  • La mujersoldado (sufría/sufriό) la derrota.