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

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Normal speech: en-cuen-TRA
IPA: /en.’kwen.tɾa/

7 months ago

encuentra info.

Tips to remember the word “encuentra”:
– Associate it with the English word “encounter,” which can help you recall the meaning, as both involve the idea of finding or meeting.
– Think of the phrase “en cuenta” which sounds similar and can be thought of as bringing something “into account” or discovering it.

– “Encuentra” is the third-person singular present tense form of the verb “encontrar,” which means “to find” or “to meet.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Hallar (to find, to discover)
– Descubrir (to discover, to find out)
– Tropezar con (to stumble upon)
– Dar con (to come across, to find)

Conjugations of “encontrar”:
– Infinitive: encontrar
– Present tense: encuentro (I find), encuentras (you find), encuentra (he/she finds), encontramos (we find), encontrĂ¡is (you all find – Spain), encuentran (they find)
– Preterite tense: encontrĂ© (I found), encontraste (you found), encontrĂ³ (he/she found), encontramos (we found), encontrasteis (you all found – Spain), encontraron (they found)
– Imperfect tense: encontraba (I was finding), encontrabas (you were finding), encontraba (he/she was finding), encontrĂ¡bamos (we were finding), encontrabais (you all were finding – Spain), encontraban (they were finding)
– Future tense: encontrarĂ© (I will find), encontrarĂ¡s (you will find), encontrarĂ¡ (he/she will find), encontraremos (we will find), encontrarĂ©is (you all will find – Spain), encontrarĂ¡n (they will find)

Examples of sentences that use “encuentra”:
– Ella encuentra las llaves en el sofĂ¡. (She finds the keys on the sofa.)
– ¿DĂ³nde encuentra Ă©l la inspiraciĂ³n para escribir? (Where does he find the inspiration to write?)
– Mi hermano siempre se encuentra con sus amigos en el parque. (My brother always meets his friends at the park.)
– Si encuentras mi bolĂ­grafo, por favor devuĂ©lvemelo. (If you find my pen, please return it to me.)
– La playa se encuentra cerca del hotel. (The beach is located near the hotel.)

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