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

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Normal speech: pa-re-CĂŤ-a
IPA: /pa.’Éľe.θi.a/

7 months ago


ParecĂ­a comes from parecer

8 months ago

parecĂ­a info.

Tips to remember “parecĂ­a”:
– Associate “parecĂ­a” with “appearance” because when you say “parecĂ­a,” you’re describing how something appeared or seemed at a certain moment.
– Think of it as part of a pair: “parecer” (to seem/to look like) → “parecĂ­a” (it seemed/it looked like).
– Remember that “parecĂ­a” starts with similar letters to “parents” (“pare-”), and you might use “it seemed” when describing something about your parents in the past.

– “ParecĂ­a” is the imperfect tense of the verb “parecer” in the third person singular — it is used to describe continuous or habitual actions in the past, such as “it seemed” or “it used to seem.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Se veĂ­a” (from the verb “verse” which can also mean “to seem”)
– “Daba la impresiĂłn” (it gave the impression)

Conjugations of “parecer”:
– Present: parezco (I seem), pareces (you seem), parece (he/she/it seems), parecemos (we seem), parecĂ©is (you all seem – Spain), parecen (they/you all seem)
– Preterite: parecĂ­ (I seemed), pareciste (you seemed), pareciĂł (he/she/it seemed), parecimos (we seemed), parecisteis (you all seemed – Spain), parecieron (they/you all seemed)
– Imperfect: parecĂ­a (I/he/she/it seemed), parecĂ­as (you seemed), parecĂ­a (he/she/it seemed), parecĂ­amos (we seemed), parecĂ­ais (you all seemed – Spain), parecĂ­an (they/you all seemed)
– Future: parecerĂ© (I will seem), parecerás (you will seem), parecerá (he/she/it/you will seem), pareceremos (we will seem), parecerĂ©is (you all will seem – Spain), parecerán (they/you all will seem)

Examples of sentences that use “parecĂ­a”:
– Cuando era niño, siempre parecĂ­a cansado por las mañanas. (When he was a child, he always seemed tired in the mornings.)
– La casa parecĂ­a grande y espaciosa, pero en realidad era muy acogedora. (The house seemed large and spacious, but it was actually very cozy.)
– Aunque parecĂ­a enfadada, en el fondo estaba triste. (Although she seemed angry, deep down she was sad.)
– El cielo parecĂ­a despejado, pero luego empezĂł a llover. (The sky looked clear, but then it started to rain.)

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