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If in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

Spanish Sentences with the Word “If”

Spanish sentence with “si” English translation for si S

Claro que si me gusta.

Of course I like it.

Puedes venir conmigo si quieres.

You can come with me if you want.

si miras a ese lado.

if you look, at that side.

No sé si se hubieran arriesgado a saltar

I don’t know if they would have risked to jump

Estaría enojado si te subieras a la cama con los zapatos sucios.

I would be angry if you get into bed with dirty shoes.

Sería mejor si lo visitáramos más.

It would be better if we visit him more.

¿Qué harías si fueras millonaria?

What would you do if you were a millionaire?

si él hubiera sabido, lo habría hecho.

if he had known, he would have done it.

si me hubieras invitado, habría ido.

if you had invited me I would have gone.

si hubiéramos practicado más, habríamos ganado.

if we had practiced more, we would have won.

si no te hubiera conocido.

if I hadn’t met you.

¿si pudieras viajar ahora, lo harías?

if you could travel now, would you do it?

Tal vez funcionaría si hablaras más alto.

Maybe it would work if you spoke louder.

si aprendieras español, conseguirías más trabajos.

if you learned Spanish, you would get more jobs.

Te ayudaría a cruzar la valla amarilla si pudiera.

I would help you cross the yellow fence if I could.

Es mejor si las visitamos mañana.

It is better if we visit them tomorrow.

si tuviera más tiempo te visitaría con frecuencia.

if I had more time I would visit you frequently.

¿No crees que él lo haría mejor si se esforzara más?

Don’t you think he would do it better if he tried harder?

No sé si él hubiera participado.

I don’t know if he would have participated.

si lo hubiera visto, te habría dicho.

if I had seen it, I would have told you.

si hubiera sabido, lo habría hecho antes.

if I had known I would have done it sooner.

Habría sido genial si hubieras viajado conmigo.

It would have been great if you had traveled with me.

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Normal speech: see
IPA: si

8 months ago

Memory helper

It’s not a ‘yes’ IF there isn’t a little dash instead of a dot on the i! You have to look closely.
Si = if
Sí = yes

a year ago

No wonder I was so confused!

9 months ago

si info.

Tips to remember the word “si” in Spanish:
– Associate it with the English word “yes”, they sound somewhat similar, both being short, simple affirmation words.
– Link it with musical notes, since “si” can be a mnemonic for the note ‘B’ in some Romance languages like Italian and Spanish (though in modern usage, ‘ti’ has become more common for the note ‘B’).
– Remember the “if” condition in English, as “si” translates to “if” in Spanish.

Explanations of “si”:
– “Si” is a conjunction used for conditional statements in Spanish.
– It is used to express conditions, similar to “if” in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “En caso de que” can also be used in a similar sense to “si” in more complex sentences and translates to “in case that.”

Alternate meanings like slang:
– “Sí” with an accent means “yes” in Spanish. It’s an affirmation.
– In a different context, “sí” can also mean “himself,” “herself,” “itself,” or “themselves” when used reflexively, as in “él mismo” (he himself).

Examples of sentences that use “si”:
– “Si tienes hambre, hay comida en la nevera.” (If you’re hungry, there’s food in the fridge.)
– “Si llueve, nos quedaremos en casa.” (If it rains, we will stay at home.)
– “Si pudiera volar, visitaría todos los países del mundo.” (If I could fly, I would visit all the countries in the world.)
– “No sé si vendrá a la fiesta.” (I don’t know if he/she will come to the party.)

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