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To hit in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal speech: cho-CAR
IPA: /’tʃo.kaɾ/

7 months ago

Watch out

Be careful not to mix this one up with colocar when going fast.

9 months ago

chocar info.

To remember the word “chocar,” you might think of the English word “shock,” which sounds similar and can convey a sudden impact, similar to a collision. In Spanish, “chocar” means to hit or crash, but it can also mean to shock in the sense of surprising or offending.

Other Spanish words that mean the same or similar things include:
– Colisionar: to collide
– Impactar: to impact
– Golpear: to hit or strike

“Chocar” is indeed an infinitive verb. Here are some conjugations:

– Present: yo choco, tú chocas, él/ella choca, nosotros chocamos, vosotros chocáis, ellos/ellas chocan
– Preterite: yo choqué, tú chocaste, él/ella chocó, nosotros chocamos, vosotros chocasteis, ellos/ellas chocaron
– Imperfect: yo chocaba, tú chocabas, él/ella chocaba, nosotros chocábamos, vosotros chocabais, ellos/ellas chocaban
– Future: yo chocaré, tú chocarás, él/ella chocará, nosotros chocaremos, vosotros chocaréis, ellos/ellas chocarán

– Present: que yo choque, que tú choques, que él/ella choque, que nosotros choquemos, que vosotros choquéis, que ellos/ellas choquen
– Imperfect: que yo chocara o que yo chocase, que tú chocaras o que tú chocases, él/ella chocara o chocase, etc.

– tú choca, él/ella choque, nosotros choquemos, vosotros chocad, ellos/ellas choquen

Examples of sentences using “chocar”:
– Ayer chocamos el coche contra un árbol. (Yesterday we crashed the car into a tree.)
– No choques contra la pared cuando estés patinando. (Don’t crash into the wall when you’re skating.)
– Es probable que choquen dos cometas en el espacio. (It’s likely that two comets will collide in space.)
– Siempre choco con la misma esquina de la mesa. (I always hit the same corner of the table.)

Remember that “chocar” can also be used in a figurative sense:
– Tus ideas chocan con las de la empresa. (Your ideas clash with the company’s.)
– Me choca su actitud. (I am shocked by his/her attitude.)

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