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He needed in Spanish 馃嚜馃嚫

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

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normal speech: ne-ce-si-T脫

7 months ago


3rd person singular – preterite tense

necesit + 贸 = necesit贸

To form the preterite of any regular -ar verb, take off the -ar ending to form the stem, and add the endings: -茅, -aste, -贸, -amos, -asteis, -aron.

8 months ago

necesit贸 info.

Tips to remember “necesit贸”:
– Think of the English word “necessary” and associate it with “necesit贸” to recall that it deals with a need or necessity.
– Recognize that “necesit贸” ends in -贸, which typically indicates a past tense verb in Spanish.

– “Necesit贸” is the third-person singular preterite (simple past tense) form of the verb “necesitar,” which means “to need.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Requiri贸” (he/she required)
– “Precis贸” (he/she required/needed, more formal)

Conjugations of “necesitar”:
– Infinitive: necesitar
– Present: necesito (I need), necesitas (you need), necesita (he/she/you formal needs), necesitamos (we need), necesit谩is (you all need – Spain), necesitan (they/you all formal need)
– Preterite (simple past): necesit茅 (I needed), necesitaste (you needed), necesit贸 (he/she/you formal needed), necesitamos (we needed), necesitasteis (you all needed – Spain), necesitaron (they/you all formal needed)
– Imperfect: necesitaba (I/he/she was needing or used to need)
– Future: necesitar茅 (I will need), necesitar谩s (you will need), necesitar谩 (he/she/you formal will need), necesitaremos (we will need), necesitar茅is (you all will need – Spain), necesitar谩n (they/you all formal will need)
– Conditional: necesitar铆a (I/he/she would need)

Examples of sentences:
– Ayer Juan necesit贸 ayuda con sus deberes. (Yesterday, Juan needed help with his homework.)
– Ella necesit贸 llamar a un m茅dico de urgencia. (She needed to call a doctor urgently.)
– El equipo necesit贸 m谩s tiempo para terminar el proyecto. (The team needed more time to finish the project.)

a few seconds ago

necesito info.

Tips to remember the word “necesito”:
– Associate it with a need: when you need something, in Spanish, you “necesitas” something.
– Link it to the English word “necessary,” as they have similar roots and meanings.
– Remember the song “Bailamos” by Enrique Iglesias, which starts with “Hoy necesito.”

– “Necesito” is the first-person singular present form of “necesitar,” which means “to need.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Requerir” (to require)
– “Precisar” (to need, to specify)

If “necesito” is the infinitive “necesitar,” here are the different conjugations:
– yo necesito
– t煤 necesitas
– 茅l/ella/usted necesita
– nosotros/nosotras necesitamos
– vosotros/vosotras necesit谩is
– ellos/ellas/ustedes necesitan

Past Simple (Preterite):
– yo necesit茅
– t煤 necesitaste
– 茅l/ella/usted necesit贸
– nosotros/nosotras necesitamos
– vosotros/vosotras necesitasteis
– ellos/ellas/ustedes necesitaron

– yo necesitaba
– t煤 necesitabas
– 茅l/ella/usted necesitaba
– nosotros/nosotras necesit谩bamos
– vosotros/vosotras necesitabais
– ellos/ellas/ustedes necesitaban

– yo necesitar茅
– t煤 necesitar谩s
– 茅l/ella/usted necesitar谩
– nosotros/nosotras necesitaremos
– vosotros/vosotras necesitar茅is
– ellos/ellas/ustedes necesitar谩n

Examples of sentences using “necesito”:
– Necesito agua. (I need water.)
– Necesito hablar contigo. (I need to talk with you.)
– 驴Necesitas algo m谩s? (Do you need anything else?)
– Necesitamos encontrar una soluci贸n. (We need to find a solution.)
– No necesito tu ayuda. (I don’t need your help.)
– Ma帽ana necesitar茅 que me lleves al aeropuerto. (Tomorrow I will need you to take me to the airport.)

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