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He read in Spanish 馃嚜馃嚫


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

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Pronunciation

normal speech: le-YO

7 months ago

Tricky

This one is an irregular

8 months ago

ley贸 info.

Tips to remember the word “ley贸”:
– Associate “ley贸” with the English word “read” in the past tense since they both indicate past action.
– Think of “leyo” as a combination of “le” (a form of the direct object “the”) and “y贸,” sounding like “yo” (I in Spanish), even if it doesn’t have an actual grammatical connection. This mnemonic can help recall that someone (“yo”) has completed the action of reading.
– Remember, it’s like “leo” (I read) with a “y” to mark the past tense.

Explanations:
– “Ley贸” is the third-person singular pret茅rito (simple past) form of the verb “leer,” which means “to read.” It’s used to express that he/she/it read something at a specific point in the past.
– The word “ley贸” can only refer to the past; it doesn’t have a future or present implication.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Le铆a”: He/she/it was reading (imperfect past tense, indicating an ongoing past action or habit).
– “Ha le铆do”: He/she/it has read (present perfect tense).

Conjugations for “leer” in different tenses:
– Infinitive: leer (to read)
– Present indicative: leo (I read), lees (you read), lee (he/she/it reads), leemos (we read), le茅is (you all read, Spain), leen (they/you all read)
– Preterite (simple past): le铆 (I read), le铆ste (you read), ley贸 (he/she/it read), le铆mos (we read), le铆steis (you all read, Spain), leyeron (they/you all read)
– Future: leer茅 (I will read), leer谩s (you will read), leer谩 (he/she/it will read), leeremos (we will read), leer茅is (you all will read, Spain), leer谩n (they/you all will read).

Examples of sentences that use “ley贸”:
1. Ayer Juan ley贸 un libro muy interesante.
2. Maria ley贸 el peri贸dico antes de salir a trabajar.
3. 脡l ley贸 en voz alta para que todos pudieran escuchar.

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