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

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Normal speech: des-pĂ­-de-te
IPA: /dÉ›s.’

7 months ago

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Tips to remember the word “despĂ­dete”:
– Associate “despĂ­de” with “despedir,” which means to say goodbye or to dismiss someone, and “-te” indicating the reflexive form directed towards “yourself.”
– Think of the English phrase “take your leave,” where “des-” can remind you of “dis-” in dismiss, and “-te” reminds you to apply the action to yourself.

– “DespĂ­dete” is the command form (imperative) of the reflexive verb “despedirse,” which means to say goodbye.
– The root of the verb is “despedir” (to dismiss or to say goodbye), and the reflexive pronoun “te” indicates that the action is being done by oneself.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Di adiĂłs” (Say goodbye)
– “Vete despidiendo” (Start saying goodbye)
– “AdiĂłs” (Goodbye)

Conjugations of “despedirse”:
– Infinitive: despedirse
– Present indicative: me despido, te despides, se despide, nos despedimos, os despedĂ­s, se despiden
– Preterite (past): me despedĂ­, te despediste, se despidiĂł, nos despedimos, os despedisteis, se despidieron
– Future: me despedirĂ©, te despedirás, se despedirá, nos despediremos, os despedirĂ©is, se despedirán
– Imperative (command): despĂ­dete (you, informal), despĂ­dase (you, formal), despidámonos (let’s say goodbye), despedĂ­os (you all, informal in Spain), despĂ­danse (you all, formal or plural in Latin America)

Examples of sentences that use “despĂ­dete”:
– Antes de que te vayas, despĂ­dete de tus abuelos. (Before you leave, say goodbye to your grandparents.)
– DespĂ­dete de tus amigos, es hora de irnos. (Say goodbye to your friends, it’s time for us to go.)
– Si no te verĂ© mañana, despĂ­dete ahora. (If I won’t see you tomorrow, say goodbye now.)
– Ella se dio la vuelta para despĂ­dete antes de subir al tren. (She turned around to say goodbye before boarding the train.)

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