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.



¡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!



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