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I followed in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal speech: se-GUĂŤ
IPA: /se.’ÉŁi/

7 months ago


Indicative preterite (completed action) yo of seguir

8 months ago

seguĂ­ info.

Tips to remember the word ‘seguĂ­’:
– Associate ‘seguĂ­’ with the English word ‘segue’ as they both convey a sense of continuation or following.
– Recall the English verb ‘to follow’ and note that ‘seguĂ­’ shares similar letters (g and i).
– You can remember the phrase “I followed the sequence” and relate ‘seguĂ­’ to ‘sequence’.

– ‘SeguĂ­’ is the first person singular simple past tense conjugation of the verb ‘seguir’, which means ‘to follow’ or ‘to continue’ in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ContinuĂ© (I continued)
– ProseguĂ­ (I proceeded)

Conjugations of ‘seguir’:
– Infinitive: seguir
– Present simple: sigo (I follow), sigues (you follow), sigue (he/she/it follows), seguimos (we follow), seguĂ­s (you all follow), siguen (they follow)
– Simple past: seguĂ­ (I followed), seguiste (you followed), siguiĂł (he/she/it followed), seguimos (we followed), seguisteis (you all followed), siguieron (they followed)
– Future simple: seguirĂ© (I will follow), seguirás (you will follow), seguirá (he/she/it will follow), seguiremos (we will follow), seguirĂ©is (you all will follow), seguirán (they will follow)

Examples of sentences that use ‘seguĂ­’:
– SeguĂ­ tus instrucciones al pie de la letra. (I followed your instructions to the letter.)
– Anoche seguĂ­ leyendo hasta las dos de la mañana. (Last night I continued reading until two in the morning.)
– SeguĂ­ a mi equipo favorito por toda la temporada. (I followed my favorite team throughout the season.)
– DespuĂ©s de perderse, ella seguĂ­ el mapa para volver a casa. (After getting lost, she followed the map to get back home.)
– SeguĂ­ pensando en el problema todo el dĂ­a. (I kept thinking about the problem all day.)

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