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Andar Imperfect Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to walk, to go

Verb Chart: Andar Imperfect Tense



I walked (weekly)
I used to walk
I was walking



we walked (on Thursdays)
we used to walk
we were walking

(Juana, Juan)


you walked (daily)
you used to walk
you were walking


(informal Spain)


you all walked (frequently)
you all used to walk
you all were walking


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you walked (sometimes)
he/she/you used to walk
he/she/you were walking



they/you (all almost never) walked
they/you all used to walk
they/you all were walking

Andar Imperfect Tense Practice

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Conjugation Practice

Imperfect Tense

Template Andar Sentence Examples

1. Yo andaba en bicicleta todos los sábados.
I used to ride a bicycle every Saturday.
2. ¿Tú andabas a la escuela o tomabas el autobús?
Did you walk to school or take the bus?
3. Él andaba por el parque cada mañana.
He used to walk in the park every morning.
4. Ella andaba con su perro todas las tardes.
She used to walk with her dog every afternoon.
5. Usted andaba siempre con paso rápido.
You always walked with a quick pace.
6. Nosotros andábamos juntos al cine los viernes.
We used to walk together to the movies on Fridays.
7. ¿Vosotros andabais por la playa en verano?
Did you walk on the beach in the summer? (used only in Spain)
8. Ellos andaban por el centro de la ciudad los domingos.
They used to walk around the city center on Sundays.
9. Ellas andaban a menudo por las montañas.
They often walked in the mountains.
10. ¿Ustedes andaban a la escuela juntos?
Did you walk to school together?