Suponer Imperfect Tense

Unravel the essence of the Spanish Imperfect Tense with the verb suponer. Our comprehensive page features a detailed verb chart, interactive conjugation exercises, and enjoyable verb games. Understand suponer through everyday sentences, showcasing its versatile use. For more verb mastery, check out our Spanish conjugation page. Embark on your suponer conjugation journey today!

Verb Meaning(s): to suppose, to assume

Verb Chart: Suponer Imperfect Tense



I supposed (weekly)
I used to suppose
I was supposing



we supposed (on Thursdays)
we used to suppose
we were supposing

(Juana, Juan)


you supposed (daily)
you used to suppose
you were supposing


(informal Spain)


you all supposed (frequently)
you all used to suppose
you all were supposing


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you supposed (sometimes)
he/she/you used to suppose
he/she/you were supposing



they/you (all almost never) supposed
they/you all used to suppose
they/you all were supposing

Suponer Imperfect Tense Practice

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Imperfect Tense

Suponer Imperfect Sentence Examples

1.Yo suponía que todos estarían en la reunión.
I used to assume everyone would be at the meeting.
2.¿Tú suponías que el examen sería fácil?
Did you assume the exam would be easy?
3.Nosotros suponíamos que ella vendría a la fiesta.
We assumed she would come to the party.
4.Ella suponía que los libros estarían en la biblioteca.
She used to suppose the books would be in the library.
5.¿Suponían ellos que podríamos ganar el partido?
Did they assume we could win the game?
6.Ustedes suponían que el viaje duraría una semana.
You all assumed the trip would last a week.
7.Él suponía que su equipo era el mejor.
He used to suppose his team was the best.
8.¿Suponíamos nosotros que nos darían una beca?
Did we suppose we would be given a scholarship?
9.Usted suponía que el clima sería más cálido.
You used to suppose the weather would be warmer.
10.¿Suponíais vosotros que el concierto terminaría tarde?
Did you (plural, Spain) suppose the concert would finish late?
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