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It hurt in Spanish 🇪🇸


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

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Pronunciation

Normal speech: do-LÍ-a
IPA: /do.’li.a/

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Tips to remember the word:
– Associate “dolía” with the English word “dull,” as in a dull ache or pain. “Dolía” can remind you of something that was dull or throbbing.
– Think of “dolía” when you hear someone say “It aches!” since the sensation is similar to pain or discomfort.
– Use the phrase “Me dolía la cabeza” (My head hurt) as a mnemonic, as headaches are a common ailment and easy to visualize.

Explanations:
– “Dolía” is the imperfect tense of the verb “doler” in Spanish.
– “Doler” is an impersonal verb, often used similarly to “gustar,” where the subject of the sentence is actually the thing causing pain and the thing experiencing the pain is an indirect object.
– “Doler” means “to hurt” or “to ache.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Lastimaba” / “Lastimar” is another verb meaning “to hurt” or “to injure.”
– “Molestaba” / “Molestar” can also be used sometimes to mean “to bother” or “to cause discomfort,” which is often associated with pain.

Different conjugations of “doler”:
– Infinitive: doler (to hurt)
– Present: duele (it hurts), duelen (they hurt)
– Imperfect: dolía (it hurt), dolían (they hurt)
– Preterite: dolió (it hurt), dolieron (they hurt)
– Future: dolerá (it will hurt), dolerán (they will hurt)
– Conditional: dolería (it would hurt), dolerían (they would hurt)
– Present Subjunctive: duela (that it hurts), duelan (that they hurt)
– Imperfect Subjunctive: doliera or doliese (if it hurt), dolieran or doliesen (if they hurt)
– Imperative: duele (hurt! – as in cause pain, singular), duelan (hurt! – plural)

Examples of sentences that use “dolía”:
– Ayer me dolía la espalda después de levantar pesas. (Yesterday my back hurt after lifting weights.)
– Cuando era niño, siempre me dolía el estómago antes de ir a la escuela. (When I was a child, my stomach always hurt before going to school.)
– Me dolía la cabeza, así que decidí tomar un analgésico. (My head hurt, so I decided to take a pain reliever.)
– ¿Te dolía la muela antes de ir al dentista? (Did your tooth hurt before going to the dentist?)
– A María le dolía la rodilla después de correr la maratón. (Maria’s knee hurt after running the marathon.)

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