I am learning the Imperfect Tense in lesson 9.5.
I noticed it can be used for ‘was/were talking’ and ‘used to talk’.
In English they have somewhat different meanings. ‘Used to talk’ suggests reminiscing about a distant past, whereas ‘was talking’ normally refers to the recent past.
When an Italian says ‘Parlavo’ , are there any clues to know if they are saying ‘I was talking’ or ‘I used to talk’?