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Nadar Imperfect Tense

Dive into the fluidity of the verb nadar in the Imperfect Tense on our engaging learning page. Discover a detailed verb chart, engage in interactive conjugation exercises, play aquatic-themed games, and learn through practical sentences that use nadar in everyday scenarios. Our resources are designed to make learning Spanish both effective and enjoyable. Swim through the currents of Spanish verb conjugation. Also, refine your skills with our specialized nadar conjugation practice.

Verb Meaning(s): to swim

Verb Chart: Nadar Imperfect Tense



I swam (weekly)
I used to swim
I was swimming



we swam (on Thursdays)
we used to swim
we were swimming

(Juana, Juan)


you swam (daily)
you used to swim
you were swimming


(informal Spain)


you all swam (frequently)
you all used to swim
you all were swimming


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you swam (sometimes)
he/she/you used to swim
he/she/you were swimming



they/you (all almost never) swam
they/you all used to swim
they/you all were swimming

Nadar Imperfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

Artifact Amigo Spanish Verb Conjugation Game

Conjugation Practice

Imperfect Tense

Nadar Imperfect Sentence Examples

1.¿Tú nadabas en la piscina del barrio?
Did you swim in the neighborhood pool?
2.Nosotros nadábamos en el lago cada verano.
We used to swim in the lake every summer.
3.Él nadaba en el mar cuando visitaba la costa.
He swam in the sea when he visited the coast.
4.¿Ellas nadaban en competencias escolares?
Were they swimming in school competitions?
5.Yo nadaba con mis amigos los domingos.
I used to swim with my friends on Sundays.
6.¿Cuándo nadabas tú en el río?
When did you swim in the river?
7.En aquellos días, nadaba para relajarme después del trabajo.
In those days, I was swimming to relax after work.
8.Vosotros nadabais en la piscina municipal.
You all used to swim in the municipal pool.
9.Ellos nadaban en la playa cada mañana.
They swam at the beach every morning.
10.Ustedes nadaban en aguas abiertas.
You were swimming in open waters.