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they will look for buscarĂ¡n
How to say “they will look for” in Spanish? “BuscarĂ¡n”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “buscarĂ¡n” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on they will look for in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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normal speech: bu-sca-rĂ¡n

7 months ago

Future tense – 3rd person plural

buscar + Ă¡n = buscarĂ¡n

For all regular -ar, -er and -ir verbs, add the following endings to the infinitive of the verb: -Ă©, -Ă¡s, -Ă¡, -emos, -Ă©is, -Ă¡n.

8 months ago

buscarĂ¡n info.

Tips to remember the word “buscarĂ¡n”:
– Think of the English phrase “they will look for” or “they will search.” To remember “buscarĂ¡n,” you might want to break it down into “busca-” which is the root for “buscar” (to look for, to search) and “-rĂ¡n” which is a future tense ending for “they will.”
– Associate it with the English word “busker” who is someone looking for attention or money in public by performing, highlighting the concept of “searching” or “looking for” something.

– “BuscarĂ¡n” is the third-person plural future indicative form of “buscar,” which means “they will look for” or “they will search.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– InvestigarĂ¡n (they will investigate)
– ExplorarĂ¡n (they will explore)

Different conjugations of “buscar”:
– Infinitive: buscar (to look for, to search)
– Present tense: busco (I search), buscas (you search, singular informal), busca (he/she/you formal searches), buscamos (we search), buscĂ¡is (you all search, plural informal Spain), buscan (they search/you all search formal)
– Preterite (simple past): busquĂ© (I searched), buscaste (you searched), buscĂ³ (he/she/you formal searched), buscamos (we searched), buscasteis (you all searched, plural informal Spain), buscaron (they/you all searched)
– Imperfect past: buscaba (I used to search), buscabas (you used to search), buscaba (he/she/it used to search), buscĂ¡bamos (we used to search), buscabais (you all used to search, plural informal Spain), buscaban (they/you all used to search)
– Future tense: buscarĂ© (I will search), buscarĂ¡s (you will search), buscarĂ¡ (he/she/it will search), buscaremos (we will search), buscarĂ©is (you all will search, plural informal Spain), buscarĂ¡n (they/you all will search)
– Conditional: buscarĂ­a (I would search), buscarĂ­as (you would search), buscarĂ­a (he/she/it would search), buscarĂ­amos (we would search), buscarĂ­ais (you all would search, plural informal Spain), buscarĂ­an (they/you all would search)

Examples of sentences that use “buscarĂ¡n”:
– “Los detectives buscarĂ¡n pistas para resolver el caso.” (The detectives will look for clues to solve the case.)
– “Mañana buscarĂ¡n un nuevo lugar para establecer el campamento.” (Tomorrow they will search for a new place to set up camp.)
– “Si pierden su pelota, buscarĂ¡n otra en la casa.” (If they lose their ball, they will look for another one in the house.)

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