Students will love this PowerPoint! They will practice the imperfect by reliving some of their childhood memories.
Each slide contains images of toys, games, music, TV or movies from the past.
Add some of your own childhood memories to the first few slides.
Be very nostalgic as you talk about what you used to do when you were a kid. Use as many imperfect verbs as you can.
The idea is to create a strong sense of memory of repeated actions in the past--an atmosphere where students can feel the imperfect tense.
Keywords: imperfect, imperfecto, preterite vs. imperfect,