Hey guys I generally know the rule for when to use passe composse or imparfait, but sometimems I get confused, for instance: He prefered his freedom: Il préférait sa liberté. I cannot see how this is an ended action in the past ? So is it correct with imparfait :-)? "James, I was wrong!" James, je m'étais trompé. I am not sure with this one ( And just a little detail, I want to say: they are unable to teach and inform. Can I say: Ils sont incapables d'instruire et d'informer. Can I remove de in "informer" or must I right de ? Because in english version you dont say "to teach and to inform" :-) THANK YOU !