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I paid in Spanish 🇪🇸


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

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Pronunciation

Normal speech: pa-GUÉ
IPA: /pa.’ÉŁe/

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Root

Indicative preterite (completed action) yo form of pagar

8 months ago

pagué info.

Tips to remember the word “paguĂ©”:
– Associate “paguĂ©” with the English word “paid.”
– Remember that “paguĂ©” has a similar ending to other past tense verbs that follow the regular “-ar” verb conjugation pattern with a “g” due to its “gar” ending, as in “jugar” (juguĂ©), “llegar” (lleguĂ©).
– Think of a visual cue: picturing completing a payment transaction every time you hear or say “paguĂ©.”

Explanations:
– “PaguĂ©” is the first person singular (yo) simple past tense form of the infinitive verb “pagar,” which means “to pay” in English.
– It’s used to describe an action that was completed in the past; the speaker is indicating they have already paid for something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “AbonĂ©” (from the verb “abonar”) is another way to say “I paid” in a financial context.
– “SaldĂ©” (from the verb “saldar”) can also mean “I paid” or “I settled” a debt.

Different conjugations of “pagar” include:
– Present: pago (I pay), pagas (you pay), paga (he/she/it pays), pagamos (we pay), pagáis (you all pay), pagan (they pay)
– Preterite: paguĂ© (I paid), pagaste (you paid), pagĂł (he/she/it paid), pagamos (we paid), pagasteis (you all paid), pagaron (they paid)
– Imperfect: pagaba (I was paying), pagabas (you were paying), pagaba (he/she/it was paying), pagábamos (we were paying), pagabais (you all were paying), pagaban (they were paying)
– Future: pagarĂ© (I will pay), pagarás (you will pay), pagará (he/she/it will pay), pagaremos (we will pay), pagarĂ©is (you all will pay), pagarán (they will pay)

Examples of sentences that use “paguĂ©”:
– “Ayer paguĂ© la cuenta del restaurante.” (Yesterday I paid the restaurant bill.)
– “PaguĂ© la hipoteca por diez años antes de vender la casa.” (I paid the mortgage for ten years before selling the house.)
– “Cuando salĂ­ de la tienda, ya habĂ­a paguĂ© por la ropa.” (When I left the store, I had already paid for the clothes.)

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