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Is there an imperfect tense in English? If so, what is the difference between the perfect tense and the imperfect tense?

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Answered Sep 18English
Lucia RuggieroOutstanding qualified teacher with excellent experience in teaching Spanish.4 students helped

The imperfect tense is used for things that you did in the past over a period of time, or habitual actions, e.g. I used to go swimming 3 times a week. The perfect tense is the recent past, so it mainly refers to things that happened earlier today, e.g. I have completed my homework.