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Pasear Imperfect Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to walk, to walk around, to stroll

Verb Chart: Pasear Imperfect Tense



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



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

(Juana, Juan)


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


(informal Spain)


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


(Sra./Dr. García)


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



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

Pasear Imperfect Tense Practice

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Imperfect Tense

Pasear Imperfect Sentence Examples

1.¿Tú paseabas a tu perro todos los días?
Did you walk your dog every day?
2.Nosotros paseábamos por el parque los domingos.
We used to stroll in the park on Sundays.
3.Él paseaba por la ciudad para relajarse.
He walked around the city to relax.
4.¿Ellas paseaban en bicicleta por el vecindario?
Were they riding bikes around the neighborhood?
5.Yo paseaba por la playa al atardecer.
I used to walk on the beach at sunset.
6.¿Cuándo paseabas tú por el centro comercial?
When did you walk around the shopping center?
7.En aquellos veranos, paseaba en el campo con mis amigos.
In those summers, I walked in the countryside with my friends.
8.Vosotros paseabais por las calles históricas de la ciudad.
You all used to walk through the historic streets of the city.
9.Ellos paseaban a lo largo del río frecuentemente.
They often walked along the river.
10.Ustedes paseaban por los mercados locales.
You were walking through the local markets.