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To please in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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She would be pleased to move up a grade

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Tips to remember the word “agradar”:
– Break down the word into two parts: “a” and “gradar.” The prefix “a” often indicates a direction or purpose, and “gradar” sounds similar to the English word “grade,” which can refer to levels of satisfaction.
– Imagine a scenario where you are trying to please someone by doing things that meet their expectations or desires, such as having good grades in school.

The word “agradar” in Spanish means “to please” or “to be pleasing” in English. It is a verb that expresses the action of satisfying someone’s preferences or desires.

Other words that mean the same thing as “agradar” include “complacer” and “contentar,” which also mean “to please.”

Conjugations of “agradar”:
– Present tense:
– Yo agrado (I please)
– Tú agradas (You please)
– Él/Ella/Usted agrada (He/She/You please)
– Nosotros/Nosotras agradamos (We please)
– Vosotros/Vosotras agradáis (You all please)
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes agradan (They/You all please)

– Past tense:
– Yo agradé (I pleased)
– Tú agradaste (You pleased)
– Él/Ella/Usted agradó (He/She/You pleased)
– Nosotros/Nosotras agradamos (We pleased)
– Vosotros/Vosotras agradasteis (You all pleased)
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes agradaron (They/You all pleased)

– Future tense:
– Yo agradaré (I will please)
– Tú agradarás (You will please)
– Él/Ella/Usted agradará (He/She/You will please)
– Nosotros/Nosotras agradaremos (We will please)
– Vosotros/Vosotras agradaréis (You all will please)
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes agradarán (They/You all will please)

Examples of sentences using “agradar”:
1. Me agrada mucho tu compañía. (I really enjoy your company.)
2. Espero que mi regalo te haya agradado. (I hope you liked my gift.)
3. Nos agrada saber que has tenido éxito en tu carrera. (We are pleased to know that you have been successful in your career.)

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