Maribel and I used to study English at the language school. The correct answer is noted as: Maribel y yo hacíamos inglés en la escuela de idiomas. But that does not make any reference to the studying. Shouldn't it be: Maribel y yo estudiábamos inglés en la escuela de idiomas.
Thank you for the explanation in advance.
You can say "estudiábamos" if you want to use the verb estudiar, that's correct.
In this case, we're testing how to form the imperfect of the specific verb "hacer" as it's saying in the hint:
HINT: Conjugate "hacer" in El Pretérito Imperfecto.
This is why it was given as incorrect in that case.
I hope it clarified it.
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