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Sacar Imperfect Tense

Explore the Imperfect Tense in Spanish with the versatile verb sacar. Our page offers a rich array of resources, including a detailed verb chart, engaging conjugation exercises, and exciting verb games. Understand the practical usage of sacar through common sentences. Enhance your verb skills by visiting our Spanish verbs page. Start your sacar conjugation practice now!

Verb Meaning(s): to take out, to remove

Verb Chart: Sacar Imperfect Tense



I took out (weekly)
I used to take out
I was taking out



we took out (on Thursdays)
we used to take out
we were taking out

(Juana, Juan)


you took out (daily)
you used to take out
you were taking out


(informal Spain)


you all took out (frequently)
you all used to take out
you all were taking out


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you took out (sometimes)
he/she/you used to take out
he/she/you were taking out



they/you (all almost never) took out
they/you all used to take out
they/you all were taking out

Sacar Imperfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

Conjugation Practice

Imperfect Tense

Sacar Imperfect Sentence Examples

1.Yo sacaba fotos en todas las fiestas.
I used to take pictures at every party.
2.¿Tú sacabas buenas notas en matemáticas?
Did you get good grades in math?
3.Nosotros sacábamos la basura todas las noches.
We took out the trash every night.
4.Ella sacaba a pasear a su perro todos los días.
She used to take her dog for a walk every day.
5.¿Sacaban ellos dinero del banco frecuentemente?
Did they withdraw money from the bank frequently?
6.Ustedes sacaban conclusiones rápidamente en las reuniones.
You all used to draw conclusions quickly in meetings.
7.Él sacaba chistes en las conversaciones para hacer reír.
He used to crack jokes in conversations to make people laugh.
8.¿Sacábamos nosotros lo mejor de cada situación?
Did we make the best of each situation?
9.Usted sacaba tiempo para leer cada noche.
You used to make time to read every night.
10.¿Sacabais vosotros las sillas para las visitas?
Did you (plural, Spain) take out the chairs for the guests?