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I lie in Spanish 🇪🇸


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

Spanish Sentences with the Word “I lie”

Spanish sentence with “miento” English translation for miento S

Estuvo mal que tuvieras ese comportamiento.

It was wrong that you had that behavior.

Ella hubiera sanado con el tratamiento correcto.

She would have healed with the right treatment.

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Pronunciation

Normal speech: mien-TO
IPA: /’mjÉ›n.to/

7 months ago

miento info.

Tips to remember “miento”:
– Associate “miento” with the English “mention” but with a deceptive twist, as if you’re mentioning lies.
– Think of “miento” as “Me into lying” (I’m into lying), which can help you remember its meaning.

Explanations:
– In Spanish, “miento” is the first person singular present tense conjugation of the verb “mentir,” which means “to lie.” When you say “miento,” you’re saying “I lie.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Engaño” (from the verb “engañar,” to deceive)
– “Falsifico” (from the verb “falsificar,” to falsify)

Conjugations of “mentir”:
– Present: yo miento, tú mientes, él/ella miente, nosotros/nosotras mentimos, vosotros/vosotras mentís, ellos/ellas mienten
– Preterite (past): yo mentí, tú mentiste, él/ella mintió, nosotros/nosotras mentimos, vosotros/vosotras mentisteis, ellos/ellas mintieron
– Imperfect (past): yo mentía, tú mentías, él/ella mentía, nosotros/nosotras mentíamos, vosotros/vosotras mentíais, ellos/ellas mentían
– Conditional: yo mentiría, tú mentirías, él/ella mentiría, nosotros/nosotras mentiríamos, vosotros/vosotras mentiríais, ellos/ellas mentirían
– Future: yo mentiré, tú mentirás, él/ella mentirá, nosotros/nosotras mentiremos, vosotros/vosotras mentiréis, ellos/ellas mentirán

Examples of sentences:
– “Yo nunca miento a mis amigos.”
– “Si me preguntas si he comido el pastel, te diré que no, pero estaré mintiendo, porque yo miento a veces.”
– “Él dice que siempre dice la verdad, pero yo sé que miento.”

Note: In the second example, the verb “mentir” is used both in the present indicative form (miento) and in the gerund form (mintiendo), reflecting ongoing action.

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