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I touch in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal speech: TO-co
IPA: /’to.ko/

7 months ago

Memory aid

Toco taco, I touch a taco.

7 months ago

toco info.

Tips to remember the word “toco”:
– Associate “toco” with the English word “touch”; “toc-” in “toco” can remind you of “touch” since they share similar letters and meanings.
– Think of “toco” as the sound of something being touched or tapped, similar to a drumbeat.

– “Toco” is the first-person singular present indicative form of the verb “tocar” in Spanish which means “to touch” or “to play” (an instrument).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Pulso” can be used in the context of playing an instrument.
– “Acario” can mean “touch” in a caring or loving manner (but is much less common).

Different conjugations of “tocar”:
– Infinitive: tocar
– Present: toco (I touch/I play), tocas (you touch/you play), toca (he/she/it touches/plays), tocamos (we touch/we play), tocáis (you all touch/you all play, Spain), tocan (they/you all touch/play)
– Preterite: toqué (I touched/I played), tocaste (you touched/you played), tocó (he/she/it touched/played), tocamos (we touched/we played), tocasteis (you all touched/you all played, Spain), tocaron (they/you all touched/played)
– Imperfect: tocaba (I used to touch/I used to play), tocabas, tocaba, tocábamos, tocabais, tocaban
– Future: tocaré (I will touch/I will play), tocarás, tocará, tocaremos, tocaréis, tocarán
– Conditional: tocaría (I would touch/I would play), tocarías, tocaría, tocaríamos, tocaríais, tocarían
– Subjunctive: toque (that I touch/play), toques, toque, toquemos, toquéis, toquen

Examples of sentences that use “toco”:
– Toco la guitarra todos los días. (I play the guitar every day.)
– No toco ese tema porque es delicado. (I don’t touch on that subject because it’s sensitive.)
– Siempre toco la puerta antes de entrar. (I always knock on the door before entering.)
– No toco los alimentos con las manos sucias. (I don’t touch the food with dirty hands.)

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