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I follow in Spanish 🇪🇸


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

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Pronunciation

Normal speech: SI-go
IPA: /’si.go/

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Root

Indicative present yo form of seguir

8 months ago

sigo info.

Tips to remember the word “sigo”:
1. “Sigo” can be associated with the English verb “to follow” (as you’ve noted), and since both “sigo” and “follow” contain the letter “o,” you might use that common letter as a mnemonic device.
2. Think of the “si-” in “sigo” as a nod to the English word “since,” indicating you have been following since a point in the past, up to the present.

Explanations:
“Sigo” is the first-person singular present tense of the verb “seguir,” which means “to follow,” “to continue,” or “to go on.” It can be used to describe a physical action, like following a person, or a continued action, like continuing a task.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Persigo (I pursue)
– ContinĂşo (I continue)
– Procedo (I proceed)

Conjugations for “seguir”:
– Present: sigo (I follow/continue), sigues (you follow/continue), sigue (he/she/it follows/continues), seguimos (we follow/continue), seguĂ­s (you all/they continue – Spain), siguen (they/you all follow/continue)
– Preterite: seguĂ­ (I followed/continued), seguiste (you followed/continued), siguiĂł (he/she/it followed/continued), seguimos (we followed/continued), seguisteis (you all followed/continued – Spain), siguieron (they/you all followed/continued)
– Imperfect: seguĂ­a (I used to follow/was following/continued), seguĂ­as (you used to follow/were following/continued), seguĂ­a (he/she/it used to follow/was following/continued), seguĂ­amos (we used to follow/were following/continued), seguĂ­ais (you all used to follow/were following/continued – Spain), seguĂ­an (they/you all used to follow/were following/continued)
– Future: seguirĂ© (I will follow/continue), seguirás (you will follow/continue), seguirá (he/she/it will follow/continue), seguiremos (we will follow/continue), seguirĂ©is (you all will follow/continue – Spain), seguirán (they/you all will follow/continue)
– Conditional: seguirĂ­a (I would follow/continue), seguirĂ­as (you would follow/continue), seguirĂ­a (he/she/it would follow/continue), seguirĂ­amos (we would follow/continue), seguirĂ­ais (you all would follow/continue – Spain), seguirĂ­an (they/you all would follow/continue)

Examples of sentences using “sigo”:
1. Sigo al lĂ­der del grupo hasta el campamento.
(I follow the group leader to the campsite.)
2. A pesar de las dificultades, sigo intentándolo.
(Despite the difficulties, I keep trying.)
3. ÂżMe sigues o necesitas que lo explique de nuevo?
(Are you following me or do you need me to explain it again?)
4. Sigo con mi rutina de ejercicio diario sin faltar un dĂ­a.
(I continue with my daily exercise routine without missing a day.)

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