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

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Normal speech: muer-E
IPA: /’mwe.ɾe/

7 months ago

Yerba mala…

…nunca muere.

a year ago

What died

a year ago

I wonder too

a year ago

muere info.

Tips to remember the word “muere”:
– Associate “muere” with the English word “murder,” although they don’t mean the same thing, the similarity in sound can help you remember that “muere” relates to death.
– Think of “muere” as a combination of “m-” from ‘mort’ (death in French) and “-uere” from ‘muerto’ (dead in Spanish).

– “Muere” is the third-person singular present form of the verb “morir,” which means “to die.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Fallece” is a synonym often used in a more formal context to mean “passes away” or “dies.”

Conjugations of “morir”:
– Infinitive: morir
– Present: muero (I die), mueres (you die), muere (he/she/it dies), morimos (we die), morĂ­s (you all/they die, used in Spain), mueren (they/you all die)
– Preterite: morĂ­ (I died), moriste (you died), muriĂ³ (he/she/it died), morimos (we died), moristeis (you all died, used in Spain), murieron (they/you all died)
– Imperfect: morĂ­a (I used to die), morĂ­as (you used to die), morĂ­a (he/she/it used to die), morĂ­amos (we used to die), morĂ­ais (you all used to die, used in Spain), morĂ­an (they/you all used to die)
– Future: morirĂ© (I will die), morirĂ¡s (you will die), morirĂ¡ (he/she/it will die), moriremos (we will die), morirĂ©is (you all will die, used in Spain), morirĂ¡n (they/you all will die)
– Conditional: morirĂ­a (I would die), morirĂ­as (you would die), morirĂ­a (he/she/it would die), morirĂ­amos (we would die), morirĂ­ais (you all would die, used in Spain), morirĂ­an (they/you all would die)
– Subjunctive: muera (I die), mueras (you die), muera (he/she/it die), muramos (we die), murĂ¡is (you all die, used in Spain), mueran (they/you all die)

Examples of sentences using “muere”:
– “El hĂ©roe muere al final de la pelĂ­cula.” (The hero dies at the end of the movie.)
– “Si no riegas la planta, Ă©sta muere.” (If you don’t water the plant, it dies.)
– “La gente muere todos los dĂ­as; es parte de la vida.” (People die every day; it’s part of life.)

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