Just type: "passato prossimo Vs imperfetto explained" (and once you think you have learned the difference, after the name of the two tenses write the word 'quiz' or 'exercises' instead of 'explained') and you'll get lots of entries. There are even some very useful videos on YouTube that you can watch. ☺
As a translation, nothing, so long as the point of view is from someone inside (came in implies this POV). Entered can be a POV from either inside or outside, so doesn't imply the same restriction on the POV. Which of these the Italian implies, I don't know, but am presuming the latter until I see otherwise.
if the true meaning of the imperfect is required then it should be stated. entravano can be translated as 1. they were entering/coming in.2 they used to enter.3. they entered and 4 they would enter which is a meaning not used so much now and not to be confused with the conditional
As with Babiole I would think that it is the use of the word come instead of entered that is wrong. I used 'everyone used to come in' and was marked wrong. I felt sure that I had used 'come' for 'entrare' just recently and it was right - so please can someone tell us why it is wrong here?