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TravisB13

TravisB13

Hi,
Does 'hizo' fit here for an example of time with the imperfect?   Age and Time in the Past.
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Hizo sol todo el fin de semana.
It was sunny all weekend.

 
Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor

Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor

¡Hola TravisB13!

Thank you very much for your question! 

Indeed, it looks like that example was put in the wrong spot: hizo is a preterite form of hacer; its imperfect counterpart would be hacía. Also, this is of course a sentence about the weather, and not about time!

I'll pass this on to the Spanish team so that they can find a better place for it. Our apologies for the confusion this must have caused!

Saludos,

Liss

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