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I carried in Spanish 🇪🇸


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I carried llevé
How to say “I carried” in Spanish? “LlevĂ©”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “llevĂ©” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on I carried in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Spanish Sentences with the Word “I carried”

Spanish sentence with “llevĂ©” English translation for llevĂ© S

La llevé en un taxi.

I took her in a taxi.

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Pronunciation

Normal Speech: yeh-VEH

7 months ago

Llevar

1st person singular – preterite tense

llev + é = llevé

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

8 months ago

The pronunciation is wrong

The pronunciation on this word sounds like the voice clip for “bebĂ©”.

2 years ago

llevé info.

Tips to remember “llevĂ©”:
1. Link “llevĂ©” to the English verb “to carry” and imagine carrying something while saying “llevĂ©.”
2. Remember that “llevar” starts with “ll,” which is a distinct sound in Spanish, much like the English “y” in “yes.”
3. Associate “llevĂ©” with the first-person singular past tense (simple past), like carrying something in the past – “I carried.”

Explanations:
– “LlevĂ©” is the first-person singular preterite tense form of the verb “llevar,” which means “to carry,” “to wear,” or “to take.”
– It refers to an action that has been completed in the past.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “TransportĂ©” (translating to “I transported”)
– “CarguĂ©” (translating to “I loaded” or “I carried”)
– “TrasladĂ©” (translating to “I moved” or “I transferred”)

Conjugations of “llevar”:
– Infinitive: llevar
– Present indicative: llevo (I carry), llevas (you carry), lleva (he/she/it carries), llevamos (we carry), lleváis (you all carry, Spain), llevan (they/you all carry)
– Preterite (simple past): llevĂ© (I carried), llevaste (you carried), llevĂł (he/she/it carried), llevamos (we carried), llevasteis (you all carried, Spain), llevaron (they/you all carried)
– Imperfect: llevaba (I was carrying), llevabas (you were carrying), llevaba (he/she/it was carrying), llevábamos (we were carrying), llevabais (you all were carrying, Spain), llevaban (they/you all were carrying)
– Future: llevarĂ© (I will carry), llevarás (you will carry), llevará (he/she/it will carry), llevaremos (we will carry), llevarĂ©is (you all will carry, Spain), llevarán (they/you all will carry)

Examples of sentences using “llevĂ©”:
1. Ayer llevé a mi hermana al colegio.
(Yesterday, I took my sister to school.)
2. Llevé el paquete a la oficina de correos.
(I carried the package to the post office.)
3. Cuando fui a la fiesta, llevé mi vestido nuevo.
(When I went to the party, I wore my new dress.)
4. Llevé las llaves, pero olvidé el celular.
(I took the keys, but I forgot the cell phone.)
5. Me aseguré de que llevé suficiente dinero para el viaje.
(I made sure that I carried enough money for the trip.)

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