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Recoger Imperfect Tense

Step into the world of the Spanish Imperfect Tense with the dynamic verb recoger. Our page offers a treasure trove of resources: an elaborate verb chart, interactive conjugation practices, and exciting verb games. Learn how recoger is seamlessly woven into daily conversations through practical sentences. For more verb mastery, explore our Spanish conjugation page. Embark on your journey of recoger conjugation today!

Verb Meaning(s): to pick up, to gather

Verb Chart: Recoger Imperfect Tense



I picked up (weekly)
I used to pick up
I was picking up



we picked up (on Thursdays)
we used to pick up
we were picking up

(Juana, Juan)


you picked up (daily)
you used to pick up
you were picking up


(informal Spain)


you all picked up (frequently)
you all used to pick up
you all were picking up


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you picked up (sometimes)
he/she/you used to pick up
he/she/you were picking up



they/you (never) picked up
they/you all used to pick up
they/you all were picking up

Recoger Imperfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

Conjugation Practice

Imperfect Tense

Recoger Imperfect Sentence Examples

1.Yo recogía flores en el jardín de mi abuela.
I used to pick flowers in my grandmother’s garden.
2.¿Tú recogías a tu hermano de la escuela?
Did you pick up your brother from school?
3.Nosotros recogíamos basura en la playa cada verano.
We picked up trash on the beach every summer.
4.Ella recogía hojas secas en otoño.
She used to collect dry leaves in autumn.
5.¿Recogían ellos frutas en el campo?
Did they pick fruits in the field?
6.Ustedes recogían juguetes para donarlos a la caridad.
You all used to collect toys to donate to charity.
7.¿Recogíamos nosotros suficientes datos para el proyecto?
Did we collect enough data for the project?
8.Él recogía su habitación los sábados.
He cleaned his room on Saturdays.
9.¿Recogíais vosotros setas en el bosque?
Did you (plural, Spain) pick mushrooms in the forest?
10.Usted recogía periódicos antiguos, ¿verdad?
You used to collect old newspapers, right?