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Maybe in Spanish 🇪🇸


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

Spanish Sentences with the Word “Maybe”

Spanish sentence with “tal vez” English translation for tal vez S

tal vez lo que necesitas es

maybe what you need is…

tal vez Lucía no lo haya comprado

maybe Lucia had not bought it

tal vez hubiéramos podido visitar a Jorge

maybe we could have visited Jorge

tal vez esa sea la persona

maybe that is the person

tal vez Jesús pueda viajar mañana.

maybe Jesus can travel tomorrow.

tal vez ella te crea.

maybe she believes you.

tal vez ellos hayan abierto.

maybe they have opened.

tal vez este no haya sido un buen día para él.

This may not have been a good day for him.

tal vez no hayamos trabajado mucho hoy.

We may not have worked much today.

tal vez no hayas tomado la mejor decisión.

You may not have made the best decision.

tal vez funcionaría si hablaras más alto.

maybe it would work if you spoke louder.

tal vez el banco solucionara el problema.

maybe the bank would fix the problem.

tal vez no hubieras llegado a tiempo.

maybe you would not have arrived in time.

tal vez no te hubiera conocido.

I might not have met you.

tal vez se lo llevemos mañana.

maybe we will take it to him tomorrow.

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Tips to remember the word “tal vez”:

– Link it to the English word “talent”, imagining that it “may be” a talent to be indecisive.
– Think of “tal” as a shortening of “total”, which could mean “entirely possible” and “vez” as “time” – so together, it’s like saying there’s a “time” it may happen.

Explanations:

– “Tal vez” is a Spanish expression that translates to “maybe” or “perhaps” in English. It is used to indicate that something is possible or might occur, but it is not certain.

Other words that mean the same thing:

– Quizás (Perhaps, Maybe)
– Puede ser (It could be)
– A lo mejor (Maybe, possibly)
– Es posible (It’s possible)

Alternate meanings like slang:

– There are no significant slang meanings for “tal vez”. It tends to be used in the same way in both formal and informal contexts.

Examples of sentences that use it:

– Tal vez vayamos al cine esta noche. (Maybe we will go to the cinema tonight.)
– No he decidido aún; tal vez tome el té en lugar del café. (I haven’t decided yet; I might have tea instead of coffee.)
– Ella dijo que tal vez llegaría tarde a la reunión. (She said she might arrive late to the meeting.)
– Tal vez deberíamos considerar una ruta alternativa. (Perhaps we should consider an alternative route.)
– Tal vez no comprendes la gravedad de la situación. (Maybe you don’t understand the seriousness of the situation.)

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