3. Pugnant, laudabas, movebatis
K: they were fighting, you were praising, they were moving.
They do fight, you were praising, You were moving.
6. Videbant, movebas, nuntiabamus
K: they were seeing, you were moving, they were announcing.
they were seeing, you were moving, We were announcing.
7. Necabat, movebam, habebat, parabatis
K. they were killing, I was moving, he was having, they were preparing.
He was killing, I was moving, he was having, You were preparing.
Under the heading "Am I getting ahead of the myself?"
If memory serves, the other forms of translation for the imperfect tense are similar to those used for the present indicative i.e
I did love,
I was loving.
I find that these forms lead to a more natural translation i.e movebat, (He moved.) It sort of stuck out that those forms weren't introduced. However, there may be a "perfect/pluperfect" something or other that distinguishes between "was moving" and "moved" in terms of a past act in progress and a past, completed act. So I don't want to start using a translation that will conflict with a later lesson.