Pensar Imperfect Tense

Explore the beauty of the Spanish Imperfect Tense with the verb pensar. Our page offers a rich array of resources, including a detailed verb chart, engaging conjugation exercises, and fun verb games. Experience pensar in typical sentences, demonstrating its everyday use. Visit our Spanish conjugation page for more insights. Get started with pensar conjugation practice now!

Verb Meaning(s): to think, to plan

Verb Chart: Pensar Imperfect Tense



I thought (weekly)
I used to think
I was thinking



we thought (on Thursdays)
we used to think
we were thinking

(Juana, Juan)


you thought (daily)
you used to think
you were thinking


(informal Spain)


you all thought (frequently)
you all used to think
you all were thinking


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you thought (sometimes)
he/she/you used to think
he/she/you were thinking



they/you (all almost never) thought
they/you all used to think
they/you all were thinking

Pensar Imperfect Tense Practice

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Imperfect Tense

Pensar Imperfect Sentence Examples

1.¿Tú pensabas en tu futuro a menudo?
Did you think about your future often?
2.Nosotros pensábamos en irnos de vacaciones todo el tiempo.
We used to think about going on vacation all the time.
3.Él pensaba en sus amigos cuando estaba lejos.
He thought about his friends when he was away.
4.¿Ellas pensaban en estudiar en el extranjero?
Were they thinking about studying abroad?
5.Yo pensaba en cambiar de carrera.
I used to think about changing my career.
6.¿Cuándo pensabas tú en aprender un nuevo idioma?
When did you think about learning a new language?
7.En aquellos días, pensaba en escribir un libro.
Back then, I was thinking about writing a book.
8.Vosotros pensabais en formar una banda.
You all used to think about forming a band.
9.Ellos pensaban en los buenos momentos pasados.
They thought about the good old times.
10.Ustedes pensaban en comprar una casa.
You were thinking about buying a house.