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10. They used to leave home early. (salir)
a)salían
b)salió
c)saliban
d)salieron

I got A. Is that correct?

  • Spanish -

    yes...A is correct

  • Spanish -

    There are 3 translations for the Imperfect
    they were leaving, they used to leave and they left (like one of the 2 meanings of the Preterit.

    Sra

  • Spanish -

    Si es verdad.

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