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I seem in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal speech: pa-REZ-co
IPA: /pa.’ɾes.ko/

7 months ago


Indicative present yo of parecer

8 months ago

parezco info.

Tips to remember ‘parezco’:
– Associate ‘parezco’ with ‘I resemble’ or ‘I seem’, as ‘parecer’ in English means ‘to seem’ or ‘to look like’.
– Think of the word ‘parent’ to help you connect ‘parezco’ with appearance or semblance since often family resemblance is a context where you might say “I look like my parent.”
– Remember that ‘parezco’ starts with ‘pare-‘, which is similar to ‘par-‘ in ‘parallel’, suggesting likeness or similarity between two things.

– ‘Parezco’ is the first-person singular present indicative form of the verb ‘parecer’, which means ‘to seem’ or ‘to appear’.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ‘Lucir’ can sometimes be similar in the context of appearance.
– ‘Seem’ or ‘appear’ in English.

Conjugations of ‘parecer’:
– Infinitive: parecer
РPresent indicative: parece (he/she/it seems), pareces (you seem), parecemos (we seem), parec̩is (you all seem РSpain), parecen (they/you all seem)
– Preterite (simple past): parecí (I seemed), pareciste (you seemed), pareció (he/she/it seemed), parecimos (we seemed), parecisteis (you all seemed – Spain), parecieron (they/you all seemed)
– Imperfect: parecía (I was seeming/used to seem), parecías, parecía, parecíamos, parecíais, parecían
– Future: pareceré (I will seem), parecerás, parecerá, pareceremos, pareceréis, parecerán
– Present subjunctive: parezca, parezcas, parezca, parezcamos, parezcáis, parezcan
РImperfect subjunctive: pareciera or pareciese, parecieras or parecieses, pareciera or pareciese, pareci̩ramos or pareci̩semos, parecierais or parecieseis, parecieran or pareciesen
РFuture subjunctive (rarely used in modern Spanish, mostly in legal or literary contexts): pareciere, parecieres, pareciere, pareci̩remos, pareciereis, parecieren
– Conditional: parecería (I would seem), parecerías, parecería, pareceríamos, pareceríais, parecerían
– Imperative: parece (seem – informal you), parezca (seem – formal you/he/she), parezcamos (let’s seem), pareced (seem – informal you all, used in Spain), parezcan (seem – formal you all/they)

Examples of sentences that use ‘parezco’:
– Parezco cansado hoy, pero en realidad estoy lleno de energía. (I seem tired today, but actually, I’m full of energy.)
– Siempre me dicen que parezco a mi madre. (They always tell me I look like my mother.)
– ¿Parezco el tipo de persona que se rendiría fácilmente? (Do I seem like the type of person who would give up easily?)

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