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I met her in Spanish 🇪🇸


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

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Pronunciation

Normal Speech: lah ko-no-SĂŤ

7 months ago

Tips

The i with an accent indicates first person past tense. Ex: I ate = comĂ­
The use of lo/la/las/los before the verb indicates the gender and number of who you met. In this case, la means one female, her.

8 months ago

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Tips to remember “la conocĂ­”:
– Associate “conocĂ­” with “to know” or “to meet” and “la” as the direct object pronoun “her.”
– Think of related English words like “cognition” to help remember “conocer” means related to knowing.
– Use the rhyme “conocĂ­ a Dani,” as it sounds similar and can help you recall the form “conocĂ­.”

Explanations:
“La conocĂ­” translates to “I met her” in English. “Conocer” means to know or to meet, and in this context, it refers to the action of meeting someone for the first time or becoming acquainted with a person.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “La encontrĂ©” can mean “I met her” in a physical sense, like running into someone.
– “La vi” simply means “I saw her,” but can imply an encounter.

Conjugations of “conocer”:
– Infinitive: conocer (to know/meet)
– Present: conozco (I know/meet), conoces (you know/meet), conoce (he/she/it knows/meets), conocemos (we know/meet), conocĂ©is (you [plural] know/meet), conocen (they know/meet)
– Preterite (simple past): conocĂ­ (I met), conociste (you met), conociĂł (he/she/it met), conocimos (we met), conocisteis (you [plural] met), conocieron (they met)
– Imperfect (past): conocĂ­a (I used to know/met), conocĂ­as (you used to know/met), conocĂ­a (he/she/it used to know/met), conocĂ­amos (we used to know/met), conocĂ­ais (you [plural] used to know/met), conocĂ­an (they used to know/met)
– Future: conocerĂ© (I will know/meet), conocerás (you will know/meet), conocerá (he/she/it will know/meet), conoceremos (we will know/meet), conocerĂ©is (you [plural] will know/meet), conocerán (they will know/meet)

Examples of sentences using “conocĂ­”:
– “La conocĂ­ en una fiesta la semana pasada.” (I met her at a party last week.)
– “Ayer la conocĂ­ y hoy ya somos amigos.” (I met her yesterday and today we are already friends.)
– “Cuando la conocĂ­, supe que era especial.” (When I met her, I knew she was special.)
– “Antes de venir aquĂ­, ya la habĂ­a conocido por internet.” (Before coming here, I had already met her online.)
– “Si la conocieras, te caerĂ­a muy bien.” (If you met her, you would like her a lot.)

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