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I let in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal Speech: yo DEH-ho

7 months ago

yo dejo info.

Tips to remember the word “dejo” (from “dejar”):
– Think of the English word “deject,” as in to feel dejected, which sounds similar and has the “dej” sound.
– Associate “dejar” with leaving something behind, like a “jet” leaves a trail in the sky.

– “Yo dejo” is the first person singular present tense of the verb “dejar,” which means “to leave” or “to let.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Abandonar (to abandon)
– Permitir (to allow or to permit)
– Soltar (to release or to let go)

Different conjugations of “dejar”:
– Present: yo dejo, tú dejas, él/ella/Ud. deja, nosotros dejamos, vosotros dejáis, ellos/ellas/Uds. dejan
– Preterite (simple past): yo dejé, tú dejaste, él/ella/Ud. dejó, nosotros dejamos, vosotros dejasteis, ellos/ellas/Uds. dejaron
– Imperfect (past): yo dejaba, tú dejabas, él/ella/Ud. dejaba, nosotros dejábamos, vosotros dejabais, ellos/ellas/Uds. dejaban
– Future: yo dejaré, tú dejarás, él/ella/Ud. dejará, nosotros dejaremos, vosotros dejaréis, ellos/ellas/Uds. dejarán
– Conditional: yo dejaría, tú dejarías, él/ella/Ud. dejaría, nosotros dejaríamos, vosotros dejaríais, ellos/ellas/Uds. dejarían
– Present Subjunctive: que yo deje, que tú dejes, que él/ella/Ud. deje, que nosotros dejemos, que vosotros dejéis, que ellos/ellas/Uds. dejen

Examples of sentences that use “yo dejo”:
– Yo dejo las llaves en la mesa. (I leave the keys on the table.)
– Yo dejo que mi hermano elija la película. (I let my brother choose the movie.)
– Siempre yo dejo una propina al mesero. (I always leave a tip for the waiter.)
– Yo dejo mi trabajo a las cinco de la tarde. (I leave my job at five in the afternoon.)
– Nunca yo dejo de estudiar para mis exámenes. (I never stop studying for my exams.)

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