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Conocer Imperfect Tense

Embark on the fascinating journey of learning the verb conocer in the Imperfect Tense with our interactive learning page. Explore a detailed verb chart, participate in immersive conjugation exercises, enjoy fun games, and absorb practical sentences that incorporate conocer in everyday conversation. Our resources are designed to make your learning process both effective and enjoyable. Expand your horizons in Spanish verb conjugation. Also, take the opportunity to refine your skills with our specialized conocer conjugation practice.

Verb Meaning(s): to know (personally), to be acquainted with

Verb Chart: Conocer Imperfect Tense



I knew (weekly)
I used to know
I was knowing



we knew (on Thursdays)
we used to know
we were knowing

(Juana, Juan)


you knew (daily)
you used to know
you were knowing


(informal Spain)


you all knew (frequently)
you all used to know
you all were knowing


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you knew (sometimes)
he/she/you used to know
he/she/you were knowing



they/you (all almost never) knew
they/you all used to know
they/you all were knowing

Conocer Imperfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

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Conjugation Practice

Imperfect Tense

Conocer Imperfect Sentence Examples

1. Yo conocía muchos lugares interesantes en mi ciudad.
I used to know many interesting places in my city.
2. ¿Tú conocías a todos en tu clase?
Did you know everyone in your class?
3. Él conocía las mejores rutas para ir en bicicleta.
He knew the best routes for cycling.
4. Ella conocía muchas recetas de postres.
She knew many dessert recipes.
5. Usted conocía la historia de cada monumento en la ciudad.
You knew the history of every monument in the city.
6. Nosotros conocíamos un pequeño café con la mejor pastelería.
We used to know a small cafe with the best pastries.
7. ¿Vosotros conocíais todos los secretos del colegio?
Did you know all the school’s secrets? (used only in Spain)
8. Ellos conocían diferentes culturas gracias a sus viajes.
They knew about different cultures thanks to their travels.
9. Ellas conocían muchos idiomas y podían comunicarse fácilmente.
They knew many languages and could communicate easily.
10. ¿Ustedes conocían los mejores lugares para acampar?
Did you know the best places for camping?