Conjugation of verb Mirar in Spanish

The conjugation of verb we cover in today’s blog is Mirar

The verb ‘Mirar‘ means ‘to watch or to look at’

For more verbs with ‘ar’ ending here is the lesson on CultureAlley

http://culturealley.com/Spanish-Learn+Spanish-6%29+Forms+of+verbs

Take a look at the conjugation Mirar

PRONOUN Present Preterit Imperfect Conditional Future
yo miro miré miraba miraría miraré
miras miraste mirabas mirarías mirarás
él/ella/Ud. mira miró miraba miraría mirará
nosotros miramos miramos mirábamos miraríamos miraremos
vosotros miráis mirasteis mirabais miraríais miraréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. miran miraron miraban mirarían mirarán

Thus,

I watch = Yo miro

We watch = Nosotros miramos

He watches = Él mira

She watches = Ella mira

You watch = Usted mira

Mirar is used to express:

  1. To indicate deliberate looking rather than mere seeing
  2. To indicate the orientation of something

Here are some examples using the verb:

I gazed at you from afar

Yo te miraba desde lejos

The hotel faces the sea

El hotel mira al mar

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Conjugation of verb Tratar in Spanish

Today’s blog will make us familiar with conjugation of verb Tratar in Spanish

The verb ‘Tratar‘ means ‘to treat or to handle’

For more verbs with ‘ar’ ending here is the lesson on CultureAlley

http://culturealley.com/Spanish-Learn+Spanish-6%29+Forms+of+verbs

Take a look at the conjugation of verb Tratar

pronoun Present Preterit Imperfect Conditional Future
yo trato traté trataba trataría trataré
tratas trataste tratabas tratarías tratarás
él/ella/Ud. trata trató trataba trataría tratará
nosotros tratamos tratamos tratábamos trataríamos trataremos
vosotros tratáis tratasteis tratabais trataríais trataréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. tratan trataron trataban tratarían tratarán

Thus,

I treat = Yo trato

We treat = Nosotros tratamos

He treats = Él trata

She treats = Ella trata

You treat = Usted trata

Tratar is used to express:

  1. To provide a medical treatment
  2. To treat someone or something (a specified way)

Here are some examples using the verb:

Lyme’s disease is treated with antibiotics

La enfermedad de Lyme se trata con antibióticos

They treated us like animals and sometimes worse

Nos trataban como a animales y en ocasiones peor

How were you treated?

¿Qué tal te trataron?

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Conjugation of verb Sentir in Spanish

Today’s blog is on Conjugation of verb Sentir in Spanish

The verb ‘Sentir‘ means ‘to feel or to regret’

For more verbs with ‘ir‘ ending here is the lesson on CultureAlley

http://culturealley.com/Spanish-Learn+Spanish-8%29+Forms+of+verbs+II

Take a look at the conjugation of Sentir

 pronoun Present Preterit Imperfect Conditional Future
yo siento sentí sentía sentiría sentiré
sientes sentiste sentías sentirías sentirás
él/ella/Ud. siente sintió sentía sentiría sentirá
nosotros sentimos sentimos sentíamos sentiríamos sentiremos
vosotros sentís sentisteis sentíais sentiríais sentiréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. sienten sintieron sentían sentirían sentirán

Thus,

I feel = Yo siento

We feel = Nosotros sentimos 

He feels = Él siente

She feels = Ella siente

You feel = Usted siente

Sentir is used to express:

  1. To describe emotional feelings
  2. To describe physical sensations
  3. Is used as a noun to refer to feelings or sentiments

Here are some examples using the verb:

I feel angry and frustrated

Me siento enojado y frustrado

angry

I’m sorry

Lo siento

I'm sorry

I’m sorry you can’t come

Siento que no puedas venir 

I feel sick

Me siento mareada 

sick

He feels superior

Se siente superior

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Conjugation of verb Vivir in Spanish

In today’s blog we will learn about the conjugation of verb vivir in Spanish

The verb ‘Vivir‘ means ‘to live’

Take a look at the conjugation Vivir

pronoun Present Preterit Imperfect Conditional Future
yo vivo viví vivía viviría viviré
vives viviste vivías vivirías vivirás
él/ella/Ud. vive vivió vivía viviría vivirá
nosotros vivimos vivimos vivíamos viviríamos viviremos
vosotros vivís vivisteis vivíais viviríais viviréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. viven vivieron vivían vivirían vivirán

Thus,

I live = Yo vivo

We live = Nosotros vivimos

He lives = Él vive

She lives = Ella vive

You live = Usted vive

Here are some examples using the verb:

What city do you live in?

¿En qué ciudad vives? 

I live in the city of Bogotá, Colombia

Vivo en la ciudad de Bogotá, Colombia

She lived for ninety years

Vivió noventa años

Conjugation of verb Conocer in Spanish

In today’s blog we will learn about the conjugation of verb Conocer in Spanish

The verb ‘Conocer‘ means ‘to know (people, places)’

Take a look at the conjugation Conocer

pronoun Present Preterit Imperfect Conditional Future
yo conozco conocí conocía conocería conoceré
conoces conociste conocías conocerías conocerás
él/ella/Ud. conoce conoció conocía conocería conocerá
nosotros conocemos conocimos conocíamos conoceríamos conoceremos
vosotros conocéis conocisteis conocíais conoceríais conoceréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. conocen conocieron conocían conocerían conocerán

Thus,

I know = Yo conozco

We know = Nosotros conocemos

He knows = Él conoce

She knows = Ella conoce

You know = Usted conoce

Here are examples of the verb

She knows four languages

Conoce cuatro idiomas

I know her like the back of my hand

La conozco como la palma de la mano

Conjugation of verb Tomar in Spanish!

The conjugation of verb we cover in today’s blog is Tomar

The verb ‘Tomar‘ means ‘to take or to drink’

Take a look at the conjugation Tomar

pronoun Present Preterit Imperfect Conditional Future
yo tomo tomé tomaba tomaría tomaré
tomas tomaste tomabas tomarías tomarás
él/ella/Ud. toma tomó tomaba tomaría tomará
nosotros tomamos tomamos tomábamos tomaríamos tomaremos
vosotros tomáis tomasteis tomabais tomaríais tomaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. toman tomaron tomaban tomarían tomarán

Thus,

I take = Yo tomo

We take = Nosotros tomamos

He takes = Él toma

She takes = Ella toma

You take = Usted toma

Tomar is used to express:

  1. To take physical possession of
  2. To use a form of transportation
  3. To understand something a certain way
  4. To eat or drink

Here are some examples using the verb:

He took the book and returned home

Tomó el libro y volvió a su habitación

Let’s take a taxi

Tomemos un taxi

Conjugation of verb Trabajar in Spanish

In today’s blog we will learn about the conjugation of verb Trabajar in Spanish

The verb ‘Trabajar‘ means ‘to work’

Take a look at the conjugation Trabajar

pronoun Present Preterit Imperfect Conditional Future
yo trabajo trabajé trabajaba trabajaría trabajaré
trabajas trabajaste trabajabas trabajarías trabajarás
él/ella/Ud. trabaja trabajó trabajaba trabajaría trabajará
nosotros trabajamos trabajamos trabajábamos trabajaríamos trabajaremos
vosotros trabajáis trabajasteis trabajabais trabajaríais trabajaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. trabajan trabajaron trabajaban trabajarían trabajarán

Thus,

I work = Yo trabajo

We work = Nosotros trabajamos

He works = Él trabaja

She works = Ella trabaja

You work = Usted trabaja

Here are examples using the verb

You have worked a lot

Has trabajado mucho

I like to work using computers

Me gusta trabajar usando computadores

 

Conjugation of verb Perder in Spanish

Today’s blog will make us familiar with conjugation of verb Perder in Spanish

The verb ‘Perder‘ means ‘to lose’

Take a look at the conjugation Perder

 pronoun Present Preterit Imperfect Conditional Future
yo pierdo perdí perdía perdería perderé
pierdes perdiste perdías perderías perderás
él/ella/Ud. pierde perdió perdía perdería perderá
nosotros perdemos perdimos perdíamos perderíamos perderemos
vosotros perdéis perdisteis perdíais perderíais perderéis
ellos/ellas/Uds. pierden perdieron perdían perderían perderán

Thus,

I lose = Yo pierdo

We lose = Nosotros perdemos

He loses= Él pierde

She loses= Ella pierde

You lose = Usted pierde

Here are the examples using the verb

There’s no time to lose

No hay tiempo que perder 

I’m lost

Me he perdido