Tenses

Nicole

Kwiziq community member

10 June 2019

2 replies

Tenses

Hi,

I find I have a very difficult time trying to differentiate the various terms used on your site for verb tenses and what their equivalents are either in Latin American Spanish and/or English. Especially in the "test your knowledge" section. Every time I have to search and search for the English equivalent to make sure I have the right tense being asked for.  

I looked for a list of them on your site and couldn't find any .  Where do I find this  or could you please furnish one with their ( Latin American - if possible) English equivalents. 

My 501 verbs doesn't the same titles for tenses as you have.  For example: Your: Preterito Perfecto , is Perfecto de Indicativo in my dict;, Your Preterito Indefinido is Preterito in mine. 

Help:(

Nicole 

This question relates to:
Spanish lesson "Forming El Imperfecto Progresivo with estar + gerund (imperfect progressive)"

Inma

Kwiziq language super star

11 June 2019

11/06/19

Hola Nicole

We have a table with the different names used for each tense including Latin American names. 

Click here

Inma

Nicole

Kwiziq community member

12 June 2019

12/06/19

Muchas gracias Inma.  

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