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

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soñar info.

Tips to remember the word “soñar”:
– Associate “soñar” with the English word “sonar,” like a submarine’s sonar that explores the depths, while you explore the depths of your mind in dreams.
– Think of “so-ñar” as “so near” to your subconscious when you dream.

– “Soñar” is the infinitive form of the verb in Spanish, which means “to dream.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Soñar con” – to dream about
– “Fantasear” – to fantasize, it’s similar to daydreaming

– Yo sueño (I dream)
– Tú sueñas (You dream – singular informal)
– Él/Ella/Usted sueña (He/She dreams – formal ‘you’ singular)
– Nosotros/Nosotras soñamos (We dream)
– Vosotros/Vosotras soñáis (You dream – plural informal in Spain)
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes sueñan (They/You dream – plural formal and informal in Latin America)

Preterite (simple past):
– Yo soñé (I dreamed)
– Tú soñaste (You dreamed – singular informal)
– Él/Ella/Usted soñó (He/She/You dreamed – formal ‘you’ singular)
– Nosotros/Nosotras soñamos (We dreamed)
– Vosotros/Vosotras soñasteis (You dreamed – plural informal in Spain)
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes soñaron (They/You dreamed – plural formal and informal in Latin America)

Imperfect (used to dream / was dreaming):
– Yo soñaba (I used to dream / I was dreaming)
– Tú soñabas (You used to dream / You were dreaming – singular informal)
– Él/Ella/Usted soñaba (He/She/You used to dream / was dreaming – formal ‘you’ singular)
– Nosotros/Nosotras soñábamos (We used to dream / We were dreaming)
– Vosotros/Vosotras soñabais (You used to dream / You were dreaming – plural informal in Spain)
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes soñaban (They/You used to dream / were dreaming – plural formal and informal in Latin America)

– Yo soñaré (I will dream)
– Tú soñarás (You will dream – singular informal)
– Él/Ella/Usted soñará (He/She/You will dream – formal ‘you’ singular)
– Nosotros/Nosotras soñaremos (We will dream)
– Vosotros/Vosotras soñaréis (You will dream – plural informal in Spain)
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes soñarán (They/You will dream – plural formal and informal in Latin America)

Examples of sentences:
– “Anoche soñé con mi infancia.” (Last night, I dreamt about my childhood.)
– “Espero soñar algo bonito esta noche.” (I hope to dream something nice tonight.)
– “Siempre sueña con viajar alrededor del mundo.” (He/She always dreams of traveling around the world.)
– “¿Con quién soñabas ayer?” (Who were you dreaming about yesterday?)
– “Soñaremos con un mundo mejor.” (We will dream of a better world.)

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sonar info.

Tips to remember the word “sonar”:
– Associate “sonar” with the English word “sonic,” which relates to sound.
– The first syllable ‘so-‘ can remind you of ‘sound’, and ‘-nar’ can be thought of as ‘near’ to make the connection that a sound is near or audible.

– “Sonar” is a Spanish verb that means “to sound” or “to ring.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Resonar” (to resound),
– “Tañer” (when referring to the ringing of bells or playing of string instruments).

“Sonar” is an infinitive verb. Here are some of its conjugations:

Present (Presente):
– yo sueno
– tú suenas
– él/ella/usted suena
– nosotros/nosotras sonamos
– vosotros/vosotras sonáis
– ellos/ellas/ustedes suenan

Preterite (Pretérito):
– yo soné
– tú sonaste
– él/ella/usted sonó
– nosotros/nosotras sonamos
– vosotros/vosotras sonasteis
– ellos/ellas/ustedes sonaron

Imperfect (Imperfecto):
– yo sonaba
– tú sonabas
– él/ella/usted sonaba
– nosotros/nosotras sonábamos
– vosotros/vosotras sonabais
– ellos/ellas/ustedes sonaban

Future (Futuro):
– yo sonaré
– tú sonarás
– él/ella/usted sonará
– nosotros/nosotras sonaremos
– vosotros/vosotras sonaréis
– ellos/ellas/ustedes sonarán

Examples of sentences using “sonar”:
– El teléfono empezó a sonar en medio de la noche. (The phone started to ring in the middle of the night.)
– La alarma del coche no para de sonar. (The car alarm won’t stop sounding.)
– ¿Has oído sonar la campana de la iglesia? (Did you hear the church bell ring?)
– El nuevo álbum de la banda suena increíble. (The band’s new album sounds incredible.)
– Cuando era joven, solía sonar con ser astronauta. (When I was young, I used to dream of being an astronaut.)

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