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“Cuando Era Niño” Presentations In Spanish 3

Senora Kraphol’s Spanish 3 students shared memories from their childhood with one another in order to practice using past tense verbs.

In the Spanish language, the past preterite tense describes actions that have been completed, such as, “Yesterday, I ran three miles – Ayer corrí tres millas.”

The past imperfect tense describes habitual actions that a person used to do, such as, “I used to run three miles a day – Corría tres millas al dia.”

In their presentations, students talked about the activities they enjoyed as children, including playing with their siblings, riding trains, and going out for ice cream with their grandparents.

Sharing old photos of themselves and getting to know one another a little better added a personal touch to their studies.