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Tell me in Spanish 🇪🇸

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tell me cuéntame
How to say “tell me” in Spanish? “CuĂ©ntame”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “cuĂ©ntame” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on tell me in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Normal speech: cuén-ta-me
IPA: /’

7 months ago

Contar – imperative affirmative

The imperative is a command.

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

Cuéntame = Tell me.

8 months ago

Related word

cuento, story

7 months ago

cuéntame info.

Tips to remember the word:
– One tip to remember the Spanish word “cuĂ©ntame” is to associate it with the English phrase “tell me.” They both serve the same purpose of requesting someone to share information or a story.
– Another tip is to break down the word “cuĂ©ntame” into two parts: “cuĂ©nta” meaning “tell” and “me” meaning “me” or “to me.” This can help you remember its meaning and purpose in conversation.

– “CuĂ©ntame” is the imperative form of the verb “contar” in Spanish. It is used to command or ask someone to tell or narrate something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Dime” or “dinos”: Both can be used to mean “tell me” in a less formal way, and “dinos” is the plural form.
– “ExplĂ­came” or “explica”: These words mean “explain to me” but can also be used to ask someone to tell or narrate something.

– Present indicative: “cuento” (I tell), “cuentas” (you tell), “cuenta” (he/she tells), “contamos” (we tell), “contáis” (you all tell), “cuentan” (they tell).
– Present subjunctive: “cuente” (that I tell), “cuentes” (that you tell), “cuente” (that he/she tells), “contemos” (that we tell), “contĂ©is” (that you all tell), “cuenten” (that they tell).
– Preterite indicative: “contĂ©” (I told), “contaste” (you told), “contĂł” (he/she told), “contamos” (we told), “contasteis” (you all told), “contaron” (they told).
– Future indicative: “contarĂ©” (I will tell), “contarás” (you will tell), “contará” (he/she will tell), “contaremos” (we will tell), “contarĂ©is” (you all will tell), “contarán” (they will tell).

1. Cuéntame cómo fue tu día. (Tell me how your day was.)
2. No cuentes ese chiste otra vez. (Don’t tell that joke again.)
3. Cuéntanos qué pasó en la reunión. (Tell us what happened in the meeting.)
4. Le contaré la historia a mi hermana mañana. (I will tell the story to my sister tomorrow.)

a few seconds ago

cuentame info.

Tips to remember “cuĂ©ntame”:
– Associate it with the English phrase “tell me.”
– Think of a “cuento,” which means a “story” in Spanish. “CuĂ©ntame” is like asking someone to share their story with you.
– Break it down: “cuĂ©nta” (stem of “contar” means “to count” or “to tell”) and “me” (to me).

– “CuĂ©ntame” is the imperative form of the verb “contar” in Spanish, which means “to tell” or “to count.” When used in the context of telling, it’s asking someone to narrate or explain something to the speaker.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Dime” (from “decir”): another way to say “tell me.”
– “ExplĂ­came” (from “explicar”): can be used when you want someone to explain something to you.

Conjugations of “contar” (to tell/to count):
– Present: cuento, cuentas, cuenta, contamos, contáis, cuentan
– Preterite (past): contĂ©, contaste, contĂł, contamos, contasteis, contaron
– Imperfect (past): contaba, contabas, contaba, contábamos, contabais, contaban
– Future: contarĂ©, contarás, contará, contaremos, contarĂ©is, contarán
– Conditional: contarĂ­a, contarĂ­as, contarĂ­a, contarĂ­amos, contarĂ­ais, contarĂ­an
– Present subjunctive: cuente, cuentes, cuente, contemos, contĂ©is, cuenten
– Imperfect subjunctive: contara or contase, contaras or contases, contara or contase, contáramos or contásemos, contarais or contaseis, contaran or contasen
– Future subjunctive (less common): contare, contares, contare, contáremos, contareis, contaren
– Imperative: cuenta (tĂş), cuente (usted), contad (vosotros), cuenten (ustedes)

Examples of sentences using “cuĂ©ntame”:
– “CuĂ©ntame sobre tu viaje.” (Tell me about your trip.)
– “CuĂ©ntame más acerca de eso.” (Tell me more about that.)
– “Por favor, cuĂ©ntame quĂ© sucediĂł anoche.” (Please tell me what happened last night.)

8 hours ago

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