I have a spanish assignment for my 102 class that uses both preterite and imperfect tenses.
The assignment is to write a fable and the instructions for one portion is to describe the problem between the two characters using the imperfect. In my case, the problem will be that Jorge was cheating and Pedro became upset. They're playing checkers and Jorge steals a few of Pedro's pieces and lies about it.
How would I construct such sentences in the imperfect? The preterite and imperfect really confuse me and I haven't been taught the imperfect yet (don't ask me why I have an assignment when I haven't been taught it...cause I have no idea.)
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Are these sentences correct using the imperfect?
Jorge robaba los pedazos de Pedro. Pedro acusaba Jorge de robar y Jorge hablaba una mentira.