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To return in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal Speech: vol-VER

7 months ago

Memory tip

You can think of the word revolver or just revolve. If something is revolving, it circles around a single point. In other words, it keeps returning. Volver=to return.

8 months ago

volver info.

Tips to remember “volver”:
1. You could associate “volver” with “revolve,” as when you revolve, you turn back or return to a point.
2. Think of flying back “over” to where you started — VO-LVER.

– “Volver” is translated as “to return” or “to come back”.
– It indicates a return to a place or a return to a previous state of being.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Regresar (to return, to come back)
– Retornar (to return, to come back)

Conjugations of “volver”:
– Infinitive: volver
– Present: vuelvo (I return), vuelves (you return, singular informal), vuelve (he/she/you formal returns), volvemos (we return), volvĂ©is (you return, plural informal, used in Spain), vuelven (they/you all return)
– Preterite: volvĂ­ (I returned), volviste (you returned), volviĂł (he/she/you formal returned), volvimos (we returned), volvisteis (you all returned, in Spain), volvieron (they/you all returned)
– Imperfect: volvĂ­a (I used to return), volvĂ­as (you used to return), volvĂ­a (he/she/you formal used to return), volvĂ­amos (we used to return), volvĂ­ais (you all used to return, in Spain), volvĂ­an (they/you all used to return)
– Future: volverĂ© (I will return), volverás (you will return), volverá (he/she/you formal will return), volveremos (we will return), volverĂ©is (you all will return, in Spain), volverán (they/you all will return)
– Conditional: volverĂ­a (I would return), volverĂ­as (you would return), volverĂ­a (he/she/you formal would return), volverĂ­amos (we would return), volverĂ­ais (you all would return, in Spain), volverĂ­an (they/you all would return)
– Present Subjunctive: vuelva (I return), vuelvas (you return), vuelva (he/she/you formal returns), volvamos (we return), volváis (you all return, in Spain), vuelvan (they/you all return)
– Imperfect Subjunctive: volviera or volviese (I returned), volvieras or volvieses (you returned), volviera or volviese (he/she/you formal returned), volviĂ©ramos or volviĂ©semos (we returned), volvierais or volvieseis (you all returned, in Spain), volvieran or volviesen (they/you all returned)
– Imperative: vuelve (you return, singular informal), vuelva (he/she/you formal return), volvamos (let’s return), volved (you return, plural informal, used in Spain), vuelvan (they/you all return)
– Gerund (Present participle): volviendo (returning)
– Past participle: vuelto (returned)

Examples of sentences that use “volver”:
– Vuelvo a casa despuĂ©s del trabajo. (I return home after work.)
– Ayer volvĂ­ temprano del viaje. (I returned early from the trip yesterday.)
– Si pudiera, volverĂ­a a mi juventud. (If I could, I would return to my youth.)
– ÂżVolverás a visitarnos pronto? (Will you return to visit us soon?)
– Estaban volviendo cuando comenzĂł a llover. (They were returning when it started to rain.)
– No vuelvas a hacer eso, por favor. (Please don’t do that again.)

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