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How do you say she was looking at the tv in Spanish. I know this is in the imperfect progressive but ver ( to look) is irregular in the imperfect . Does that matter? Would it be esta viendo a la tele?

  • Spanish -

    No it wouldn't be that. I am quite sure that the verb of choice would be mirar (to watch; to look at) instead of ver (to see)

    In imperfect third person singular, that would be
    (Ella) miraba la televisión

  • Spanish -

    If you want the Imperfect Progressive = estaba mirando la tele.

    ver is to see but mirar is to look at


  • Spanish -

    She was looking at the tv in spanish is: ella estaba mirando la television.

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