Pasar Imperfect Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to pass, to spend (time), to happen

Verb Chart: Pasar Imperfect Tense



I passed (weekly)
I used to pass
I was passing



we passed (on Thursdays)
we used to pass
we were passing

(Juana, Juan)


you passed (daily)
you used to pass
you were passing


(informal Spain)


you all passed (frequently)
you all used to pass
you all were passing


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you passed (sometimes)
he/she/you used to pass
he/she/you were passing



they/you (all almost never) passed
they/you all used to pass
they/you all were passing

Pasar Imperfect Tense Practice

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Imperfect Tense

Pasar Imperfect Sentence Examples

1.¿Cómo pasabas el tiempo?
How did you pass the time?
2.Nosotros pasábamos las vacaciones en la playa.
We used to spend our vacations at the beach.
3.Él pasaba horas leyendo libros.
He spent hours reading books.
4.¿Ellas pasaban por tu casa camino al colegio?
Were they passing by your house on the way to school?
5.Yo pasaba los fines de semana en la granja de mis abuelos.
I used to spend weekends at my grandparents’ farm.
6.¿Cuándo pasabas tú por el parque?
When did you pass through the park?
7.En aquel entonces, pasaba mucho tiempo jugando al ajedrez.
Back then, I spent a lot of time playing chess.
8.Vosotros pasabais las tardes estudiando en la biblioteca.
You all used to spend afternoons studying in the library.
9.Ellos pasaban las noches observando estrellas.
They spent nights stargazing.
10.Ustedes pasaban las fiestas juntos.
You were spending the holidays together.