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To cover in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal speech: ta-PAR
IPA: /ta.’paɾ/

7 months ago

tapar info.

Tips to remember the word ‘tapar’:
– Link the word ‘tapar’ with the English word ‘top,’ imagining putting a top on something to cover it.
– Use the mnemonic device of the phrase “To APply A Roof” where each capital letter spells out TAPA, which is closely related to ‘tapar.’

– ‘Tapar’ is the infinitive form of the verb in Spanish that means ‘to cover.’

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Cubrir (to cover)
– Ocultar (to hide)
– Encubrir (to conceal)

Conjugations of ‘tapar’:
– Infinitive: tapar
– Present indicative: tapo, tapas, tapa, tapamos, tapáis, tapan
– Preterite: tapé, tapaste, tapó, tapamos, tapasteis, taparon
– Imperfect: tapaba, tapabas, tapaba, tapábamos, tapabais, tapaban
– Future: taparé, taparás, tapará, taparemos, taparéis, taparán
– Conditional: taparía, taparías, taparía, taparíamos, taparíais, taparían
– Present subjunctive: tape, tapes, tape, tapemos, tapéis, tapen
– Imperfect subjunctive: tapara or tapase, taparas or tapases, tapara or tapase, tapáramos or tapásemos, taparais or tapaseis, taparan or tapasen
– Future subjunctive: tapare, tapares, tapare, tapáremos, tapareis, taparen
– Imperative: tapa (tú), tape (usted), tapemos (nosotros/nosotras), tapad (vosotros/vosotras), tapen (ustedes)

Examples of sentences using ‘tapar’:
– Tienes que tapar la olla para que el agua hierva más rápido. (You have to cover the pot so the water boils faster.)
– No quiero que me vean, ¿me ayudas a tapar esto? (I don’t want to be seen, can you help me cover this up?)
– Cuando era pequeño, me tapaba hasta la cabeza con la manta. (When I was little, I would cover myself up to the head with the blanket.)
– No taparé por ti si haces algo malo. (I won’t cover for you if you do something wrong.)
– Si llueve, tendremos que tapar los muebles del jardín. (If it rains, we’ll have to cover the garden furniture.)
– Este sombrero me tapa el sol de los ojos. (This hat shields my eyes from the sun.)

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