Doler Imperfect Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to hurt, to ache

Verb Chart: Doler Imperfect Tense

A mí

me dolía

It hurt me (weekly)
It used to hurt me
It was hurting me

A nosotros

nos dolía

It hurt us (on Thursdays)
It used to hurt us
It was hurting us

A ti

(Juana, Juan)

te dolía

It hurt you (daily)
It used to hurt you
It was hurting you

A vosotros

(informal Spain)

os dolía

It hurt all of you (frequently)
It used to hurt all of you
It was hurting all of you

A él/ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

le dolía

It hurt him/her/you (sometimes)
It used to hurt him/her/you
It was hurting him/her/you

A ellos/ellas/Uds.

les dolía

It (never) hurt them/all of you
It used to hurt them/all of you
It was hurting them/all of you

Doler Imperfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

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Conjugation Practice

Imperfect Tense

Doler Imperfect Sentence Examples

1. Me dolía la cabeza ayer.
My head was hurting yesterday.
2. ¿Te dolían las piernas después de correr?
Were your legs hurting after running?
3. A él le dolían los dientes antes de ir al dentista.
His teeth were hurting before going to the dentist.
4. ¿Le dolían las orejas a ella?
Were her ears hurting?
5. Nos dolían los pies después de caminar tanto.
Our feet hurt after walking so much.
6. Ellos dolían de tristeza por la pérdida.
They were hurting with sadness due to the loss.
7. Ellas dolían de cansancio después de la carrera.
They were hurting from fatigue after the race.
8. Ustedes dolían de frío en el invierno.
You all were hurting from the cold in the winter.
9. Nosotros dolíamos de nostalgia por la infancia.
We were hurting with nostalgia for our childhood.
10. ¿A qué hora te dolía la espalda?
At what time was your back hurting?