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He followed in Spanish 馃嚜馃嚫


in English in Spanish S
he followed sigui贸
How to say “he followed” in Spanish? “Sigui贸”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “sigui贸” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on he followed in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Pronunciation

Normal speech: si-GUI-贸
IPA: /si.’桑i.o/

7 months ago

sigui贸 info.

Tips to remember the word “sigui贸”:
– Break it down: “sigu-” is the stem that comes from the verb “seguir”, and “-i贸” is a common ending for third person singular past tense in Spanish.
– Associate “sigui贸” with the English word “pursue,” which can help you remember that it refers to a continuation or follow-up of an action.
– Think of the English phrase “He sigu-ed (sigui贸) along,” even though “sigu-ed” isn’t a real English verb.

Explanations:
– “Sigui贸” is the third person singular past tense conjugation of the verb “seguir”, which means “to follow” or “to continue”.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Continu贸” (from the verb “continuar”, also meaning “continued” or “followed on”).
– “Prosigui贸” (from the verb “proseguir”, meaning “proceeded” or “went on”).

Conjugations of “seguir”:
Infinitive: seguir
Present: sigo (I follow), sigues (you follow), sigue (he/she/it follows), seguimos (we follow), segu铆s (you all follow), siguen (they/you all follow)
Preterite: segu铆 (I followed), seguiste (you followed), **sigui贸** (he/she/it followed), seguimos (we followed), seguisteis (you all followed), siguieron (they/you all followed)
Imperfect: segu铆a (I was following), segu铆as (you were following), segu铆a (he/she/it was following), segu铆amos (we were following), segu铆ais (you all were following), segu铆an (they/you all were following)
Future: seguir茅 (I will follow), seguir谩s (you will follow), seguir谩 (he/she/it will follow), seguiremos (we will follow), seguir茅is (you all will follow), seguir谩n (they/you all will follow)
Conditional: seguir铆a (I would follow), seguir铆as (you would follow), seguir铆a (he/she/it would follow), seguir铆amos (we would follow), seguir铆ais (you all would follow), seguir铆an (they/you all would follow)
Subjunctive Present: siga (I follow), sigas (you follow), siga (he/she/it follows), sigamos (we follow), sig谩is (you all follow), sigan (they/you all follow)

Examples of sentences using “sigui贸”:
– Despu茅s de la pausa, la clase sigui贸 sin problemas. (After the break, the class continued without problems.)
– El ladr贸n entr贸 en el edificio y el detective lo sigui贸 discretamente. (The thief entered the building and the detective followed him discreetly.)
– A pesar de la lluvia, la marat贸n sigui贸 como estaba planeado. (Despite the rain, the marathon continued as planned.)
– La m煤sica par贸 pero luego sigui贸 con una canci贸n m谩s animada. (The music stopped but then continued with a more lively song.)
– Cuando se perdi贸, sigui贸 las se帽ales para encontrar el camino de vuelta. (When he got lost, he followed the signs to find his way back.)

a few seconds ago

Indicative preterite conjugation

Preterite is for completed actions

Yo: segu铆
T煤: seguiste
脡l/ella/Ud.: sigui贸
Nosotros: seguimos
Vosotros: seguisteis
Ellos/ellas/Uds.: siguieron

8 months ago

Indicative present conjugation

Yo: sigo
T煤: sigues
脡l/ella/Ud.: sigue
Nosotros: seguimos
Vosotros: segu铆s
Ellos/ellas/Uds.: siguen

8 months ago

Common mistake

When you are getting started verbs ending in 鈥渙鈥 are typically yo congugationss but in this case, it is the preterite tense and the 鈥渙鈥 makes 茅l/ella/Ud. form.

8 months ago

Root

This is the indicative 茅l/ella/Ud. preterite (completed action) form of seguir.

8 months ago

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