anonymous
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LATIN! When using imperfect tense, such as the word portabam, would the English be I used to carry, I carried, or I was carrying?
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Vincent-Lyon.Fr
  • Vincent-Lyon.Fr
Mostly "I was carrying" or "I used to carry", according to context. I was carrying a bag when I saw Jane. I used to carry a bag when I was in primary school. would all be expressed with imperfect in Latin, French, Spanish Italian etc. On the contrary, I carried a bag to her yesterday would be expressed with the Latin perfect "portavi".
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Thank you so much :)

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