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Salir Imperfect Tense

Uncover the depths of the Spanish Imperfect Tense with the dynamic verb salir. Our comprehensive resource includes an extensive verb chart, interactive conjugation practices, and captivating verb games. Witness the usage of salir in everyday sentences, bringing its application to life. For further exploration, check out our Spanish conjugation page. Embark on your salir conjugation journey today!

Verb Meaning(s): to leave, to go out

Verb Chart: Salir Imperfect Tense



I went out (weekly)
I used to go out
I was going out



we went out (on Thursdays)
we used to go out
we were going out

(Juana, Juan)


you went out (daily)
you used to go out
you were going out


(informal Spain)


you all went out (frequently)
you all used to go out
you all were going out


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you went out (sometimes)
he/she/you used to go out
he/she/you were going out



they/you (all almost never) went out
they/you all used to go out
they/you all were going out

Salir Imperfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

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Conjugation Practice

Imperfect Tense

Salir Imperfect Sentence Examples

1.Yo salía a correr todas las mañanas.
I used to go out for a run every morning.
2.¿Tú salías con tus amigos los fines de semana?
Did you go out with your friends on weekends?
3.Nosotros salíamos de viaje cada verano.
We went out on trips every summer.
4.Ella salía a caminar en el parque frecuentemente.
She used to go out for walks in the park frequently.
5.¿Salían ellos a cenar a menudo?
Did they go out to dinner often?
6.Ustedes salían temprano de la escuela los viernes.
You all used to leave school early on Fridays.
7.Él salía a pescar con su abuelo.
He used to go out fishing with his grandfather.
8.¿Salíamos nosotros a explorar la ciudad?
Did we go out to explore the city?
9.Usted salía a comprar el periódico todas las mañanas.
You used to go out to buy the newspaper every morning.
10.¿Salíais vosotros a ver las estrellas?
Did you (plural, Spain) go out to watch the stars?