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

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normal speech: bus-QUÉ

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busqué info.

Tips to remember “busqué”:
– Associate “busqué” with the English phrase “I searched,” since both have a similar number of letters and a “k” sound.
– Think of “qué” (which means “what” in Spanish) within “busqué” and imagine searching for an answer to a question.

– “Busqué” is the first person singular preterite tense (past tense) form of the verb “buscar,” which means “to look for” or “to search.”
– It indicates a completed action in the past; something you have already done.

Other words that mean the same thing or are synonyms for “busqué” could be:
– “Investigué” (I investigated)
– “Exploré” (I explored)

Different conjugations of the verb “buscar”:
– Infinitive: buscar
– Present: busco (I look for), buscas (you look for), busca (he/she/it looks for), buscamos (we look for), buscáis (you all look for, in Spain), buscan (they/you all look for)
– Preterite (simple past): busqué (I looked for), buscaste (you looked for), buscó (he/she/it looked for), buscamos (we looked for), buscasteis (you all looked for, in Spain), buscaron (they/you all looked for)
– Imperfect: buscaba (I was looking for), buscabas (you were looking for), etc.
– Conditional: buscaría (I would look for), buscarías (you would look for), etc.
– Future: buscaré (I will look for), buscarás (you will look for), etc.

Examples of sentences using “busqué”:
– “Ayer busqué mis llaves durante horas.” (Yesterday I looked for my keys for hours.)
– “Busqué un regalo especial para su****pleaños.” (I looked for a special gift for his/her birthday.)
– “Hace un tiempo, busqué información sobre universidades en España.” (Some time ago, I looked for information about universities in Spain.)
– “Cuando me perdí en la ciudad, busqué un mapa.” (When I got lost in the city, I looked for a map.)

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