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Traer Imperfect Tense

Immerse yourself in the Spanish Imperfect Tense with the verb traer. Our comprehensive page offers a detailed verb chart, interactive conjugation practices, and entertaining verb games. Learn how traer is used in everyday language through practical sentences. For a complete verb learning experience, check out our Spanish conjugation page. Begin your traer conjugation journey now!

Verb Meaning(s): to bring

Verb Chart: Traer Imperfect Tense



I brought (weekly)
I used to bring
I was bringing



we brought (on Thursdays)
we used to bring
we were bringing

(Juana, Juan)


you brought (daily)
you used to bring
you were bringing


(informal Spain)


you all brought (frequently)
you all used to bring
you all were bringing


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you brought (sometimes)
he/she/you used to bring
he/she/you were bringing



they/you (all almost never) brought
they/you all used to bring
they/you all were bringing

Traer Imperfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

Artifact Amigo Spanish Verb Conjugation Game

Conjugation Practice

Imperfect Tense

Traer Imperfect Sentence Examples

1.Yo traía mi almuerzo a la escuela.
I used to bring my lunch to school.
2.¿Tú traías libros de la biblioteca a casa?
Did you bring books from the library to home?
3.Nosotros traíamos regalos a las fiestas de cumpleaños.
We used to bring gifts to birthday parties.
4.Ella traía flores a su profesora.
She used to bring flowers to her teacher.
5.¿Traían ellos su equipo de música a la playa?
Did they bring their music equipment to the beach?
6.Ustedes traían cámaras para grabar los eventos escolares.
You all used to bring cameras to record school events.
7.Él traía su bicicleta al parque.
He used to bring his bicycle to the park.
8.¿Traíamos nosotros materiales para las clases de arte?
Did we bring materials for art classes?
9.Usted traía pastelillos a las reuniones de trabajo.
You used to bring pastries to work meetings.
10.¿Traíais vosotros juegos de mesa a las reuniones familiares?
Did you (plural, Spain) bring board games to family gatherings?