Comme une Française: L’imparfait vs. Passe Compose for Spoken French

L’imparfait is the French version of the “past progressive” or “past continuous” tense in English — and it can be tricky to learn! You may be unsure when to use this French “tense” instead of the passé composé, or how to conjugate it. We’re going to explore all of that and more in today’s lesson, all about l’imparfait. Let’s dive in!

Take care and stay safe. 😘 from Grenoble, France.

Géraldine

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