Estar (to be) and andar (to walk) in the imperfect subjuntive

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Estar (to be) and andar (to walk) in the imperfect subjuntive

Reminder: the imperfect subjunctive has two different forms.

Me gustar铆a que vivieras/vivieses en esta ciudad.

I would like it if you lived in this city.

These are the conjugations of estar (to be) and andar (to walk) in the imperfect subjunctive:

Estar

Yo estuviera / estuviese 
T煤 estuvieras / estuvieses 
脡l/Ella/Usted estuviera / estuviese 
Nosotros/Nosotras estuvi茅ramos / estuvi茅semos 
Vosotros/Vosotras estuvierais / estuvieseis 
Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes estuvieran / estuviesen

Andar

Yo anduviera / anduviese 
T煤 anduvieras / anduvieses
脡l/Ella/Usted anduviera / anduviese 
Nosotros/Nosotras anduvi茅ramos / anduvi茅semos
Vosotros/Vosotras anduvierais / anduvieseis 
Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes anduvieran / anduviesen

Si estuviera/estuviese aqu铆, ir铆a a verla.

If she was here, I would go to see her.

Les dijimos que no anduvieran/anduviesen solos por la noche.

We told them not to walk alone at night.


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