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Let me go in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal speech: suél-ta-me
IPA: /’

7 months ago

Soltar – imperative affirmative

The imperative is a command.

Suelta = informal 2nd person (tú) form of the verb “soltar” in the affirmative imperative.
me = indirect object

Suéltame = Let me go. (The e should have an accent for correct pronunciation.)

8 months ago

sueltame info.

Tips to remember the word “suéltame”:
– Associate “suéltame” with the physical action of releasing grip, like unclasping a hand.
– Break down the word: “suelta” (release) + “me” (me).
– Think of similar English expressions like “Let me go” or “Release me.”

– “Suéltame” is the imperative form of the verb “soltar,” which means “to release” or “to let go.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Libérame” (from “liberar” meaning “to free”).
– “Déjame ir” (directly translates to “let me go”).

Infinitive and different conjugations:
– Infinitive: soltar
– Present: suelto (I release), sueltas (you release), suelta (he/she/you formal release), soltamos (we release), soltáis (you all release – Spain), sueltan (they/you all formal release)
– Preterite (simple past): solté (I released), soltaste (you released), soltó (he/she/you formal released), soltamos (we released), soltasteis (you all released – Spain), soltaron (they/you all formal released)
– Future: soltaré (I will release), soltarás (you will release), soltará (he/she/you formal will release), soltaremos (we will release), soltaréis (you all will release – Spain), soltarán (they/you all formal will release)

Examples of sentences using “suéltame”:
– Suéltame, no me puedes retener contra mi voluntad.
– ¡Basta ya, suéltame! No quiero seguir aquí.
– Si me sueltas, prometo que no volveré a hacerlo.

Please note that “suéltame” is used when speaking directly to someone in a command or request form.

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