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

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Pronunciation

Normal Speech: reh ehn-kohn-TRÉ

7 months ago

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Tips to remember the word “te encontrĂ©”:
– Associate “encontrĂ©” with the English verb “found,” as they sound somewhat similar, especially at their endings “-contrĂ©” and “-found.”
– Link “te” with the word “you” to remember it’s referring to the second person singular.

“Te encontrĂ©” means “I found you” in Spanish. It is a combination of the direct object pronoun “te” (you) and the past tense verb “encontrĂ©” (I found).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Te hallĂ©” is another way of saying “I found you,” with “hallĂ©” being a synonym for “encontrĂ©.”

“Encontrar” is the infinitive form of “encontrĂ©,” meaning “to find.” Different conjugations of “encontrar” include:

– Past: encontrĂ© (I found), encontraste (you found), encontrĂ³ (he/she/it found), encontramos (we found), encontrasteis (you all found, Spain), encontraron (they found).
– Present: encuentro (I find), encuentras (you find), encuentra (he/she/it finds), encontramos (we find), encontrĂ¡is (you all find, Spain), encuentran (they find).
– Future: encontrarĂ© (I will find), encontrarĂ¡s (you will find), encontrarĂ¡ (he/she/it will find), encontraremos (we will find), encontrarĂ©is (you all will find, Spain), encontrarĂ¡n (they will find).

Examples of sentences that use “te encontrĂ©”:
– “Te encontrĂ© en la biblioteca ayer.” (I found you in the library yesterday.)
– “DespuĂ©s de horas buscando, finalmente te encontrĂ©.” (After hours of searching, I finally found you.)
– “JamĂ¡s pensĂ© que te encontrĂ© en ese lugar.” (I never thought I’d find you in that place.)

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