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I remain in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal Speech: meh KEH-doh

7 months ago

me quedo info.

Tips to remember the word “me quedo”:
– Associate it with the English phrase “I stay” or imagine yourself deciding to stay put in a location.
– Think of it as claiming a spot for yourself, akin to saying “I claim this space”.

– “Me quedo” means “I stay” or “I remain,” and it is a reflexive form.
– It is used to express that the subject (me/I) decides to stay in a place or condition.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Permanezco (I remain)
– Me mantengo (I keep myself/ I remain)

“Quedarse” is the infinitive form of “me quedo”. Here are the different conjugations for “quedar”:

– (yo) me quedo
– (tú) te quedas
– (él/ella/Ud.) se queda
– (nosotros/as) nos quedamos
– (vosotros/as) os quedáis
– (ellos/ellas/Uds.) se quedan

– (yo) me quedé
– (tú) te quedaste
– (él/ella/Ud.) se quedó
– (nosotros/as) nos quedamos
– (vosotros/as) os quedasteis
– (ellos/ellas/Uds.) se quedaron

– (yo) me quedaba
– (tú) te quedabas
– (él/ella/Ud.) se quedaba
– (nosotros/as) nos quedábamos
– (vosotros/as) os quedabais
– (ellos/ellas/Uds.) se quedaban

– (yo) me quedaré
– (tú) te quedarás
– (él/ella/Ud.) se quedará
– (nosotros/as) nos quedaremos
– (vosotros/as) os quedaréis
– (ellos/ellas/Uds.) se quedarán

Examples of sentences that use “me quedo”:
– “Me quedo en casa este fin de semana” (I am staying home this weekend).
– “Después de pensar, me quedo con el vestido azul” (After thinking, I will stick with the blue dress).
– “Cuando todos salen, yo me quedo a limpiar” (When everyone leaves, I stay to clean).
– “Siempre me quedo con las ganas de viajar más” (I always remain wanting to travel more).

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