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I see in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal Speech: yo veh-o

7 months ago

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Tips to remember the word “veo” from “yo veo”:

1. Associate it with vision – Think about the sense of sight and how you use your eyes to see things.
2. Link it with the English verb – Remember that “veo” is the equivalent of “I see” in English.
3. Sound similarity – “Veo” sounds a bit like “view” which can help you recall its meaning related to seeing.

“Yo veo” means “I see” in Spanish. It conveys that the speaker is currently seeing something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Observo (I observe)
– Percibo (I perceive)
– Miro (I look)

Since “veo” is a conjugated form of the verb “ver” (to see), it is not infinitive but in the present indicative form. Below are different conjugations of “ver”:

– Yo veo (I see)
– Tú ves (You see)
– Él/Ella/Usted ve (He/She/You formal see)
– Nosotros/as vemos (We see)
– Vosotros/as veis (You all see) [Spain]
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes ven (They/You all formal see)

Preterite (simple past):
– Yo vi (I saw)
– Tú viste (You saw)
– Él/Ella/Usted vio (He/She/You formal saw)
– Nosotros/as vimos (We saw)
– Vosotros/as visteis (You all saw) [Spain]
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes vieron (They/You all formal saw)

Imperfect (past):
– Yo veía (I used to see)
– Tú veías (You used to see)
– Él/Ella/Usted veía (He/She/You formal used to see)
– Nosotros/as veíamos (We used to see)
– Vosotros/as veíais (You all used to see) [Spain]
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes veían (They/You all formal used to see)

– Yo veré (I will see)
– Tú verás (You will see)
– Él/Ella/Usted verá (He/She/You formal will see)
– Nosotros/as veremos (We will see)
– Vosotros/as veréis (You all will see) [Spain]
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes verán (They/You all formal will see)

Examples of sentences using “veo”:
– Yo veo la televisión todos los días. (I watch television every day.)
– Siempre veo las estrellas por la noche. (I always see the stars at night.)
– Yo veo un pájaro en el árbol. (I see a bird in the tree.)

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