What is the difference between ERA and fue?
1. “Era” is the imperfect tense of the Spanish verb “ser” while “fue” is its preterite tense. 2. “Era” is used to describe how things were or how a person was while “fue” is used to narrate an event that happened in the past and how it happened.
Whats the difference between FUI and Estuve?
Fui – The indefinido of ser. Era – The imperfect of ser. Estuve – The indefinido of estar.
What is the difference between Hubo and Habia?
If you want to use stress the fact that a past action had a clear beginning and end then you will use hubo. If you want to stress the fact that a past action did not have a clear beginning and end, but rather want to describe what was happening at the past moment then you will use había.
Is fue imperfect or preterite?
The two forms represent different past tenses, era for the imperfect and fue for the preterite.
Is fue ser or IR?
Preterite: ser, ir, dar, hacer
|fui fuiste fue fuimos fuisteis fueron||fui fuiste fue fuimos fuisteis fueron||di diste dio dimos disteis dieron|
Is Estuve a preterite?
Estar is also irregular in the preterite: estuve, estuviste, estuvo, estuvimos, estuvisteis, estuvieron. Although ser and estar both mean ‘to be,’ they cannot be used interchangeably. Ser is used to talk about qualities that are relatively permanent, while estar is used for things that are more temporary.
Do you ever use habian?
“Había” is a conjugation of the verb “Haber” which is used as an auxiliary verb in Spanish, it is not affected by number. The correct use of it is “Había” no matter how many things there are.
What form is ERA?
Ser in the Impefect
|tú||eras||you (informal, singular) were|
|usted||era||you (formal, singular) were|
Is Iban preterite or imperfect?
The Imperfect Tense is one of two ways to talk about events that happened in the past in Spanish. The imperfect is used to: describe repeated, habitual, or usual actions in the past. describe actions that were ongoing in the past….Irregular Imperfect Tense Verbs.