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To suppose in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal speech: su-po-NER
IPA: /su.’po.neɾ/

7 months ago

suponer info.

Tips to remember the word “suponer”:
– You can associate “suponer” with “suppose” in English as they share a similar spelling and meaning.
– Think of “suponer” as combining “suppose” and “owner,” as when you suppose something, you “own” the assumption.
– Use the mnemonic “sUPONer” to remember that you are making an assumption based upon available information.

– “Suponer” is a verb that means to suppose, assume, or to entail.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Asumir
– Presumir
– Imaginar (when used in the sense of assuming or guessing)

Conjugations of “suponer”:
– Infinitive: suponer
– Present indicative:
– yo supongo
Рt̼ supones
Р̩l/ella/usted supone
– nosotros/nosotras suponemos
Рvosotros/vosotras supon̩is
– ellos/ellas/ustedes suponen
– Preterite (simple past) indicative:
– yo supuse
Рt̼ supusiste
Р̩l/ella/usted supuso
– nosotros/nosotras supusimos
– vosotros/vosotras supusisteis
– ellos/ellas/ustedes supusieron
– Imperfect indicative:
– yo suponía
– tú suponías
– él/ella/usted suponía
– nosotros/nosotras suponíamos
– vosotros/vosotras suponíais
– ellos/ellas/ustedes suponían
– Future indicative:
Рyo supondr̩
– tú supondrás
– él/ella/usted supondrá
– nosotros/nosotras supondremos
Рvosotros/vosotras supondr̩is
– ellos/ellas/ustedes supondrán
– Present subjunctive:
– yo suponga
Рt̼ supongas
Р̩l/ella/usted suponga
– nosotros/nosotras supongamos
– vosotros/vosotras supongáis
– ellos/ellas/ustedes supongan
– Past subjunctive:
– yo supusiera/supusiese
Рt̼ supusieras/supusieses
Р̩l/ella/usted supusiera/supusiese
Рnosotros/nosotras supusi̩ramos/supusi̩semos
– vosotros/vosotras supusierais/supusieseis
– ellos/ellas/ustedes supusieran/supusiesen
– Future subjunctive (rarely used):
– yo supusiere
Рt̼ supusieres
Р̩l/ella/usted supusiere
Рnosotros/nosotras supusi̩remos
– vosotros/vosotras supusiereis
– ellos/ellas/ustedes supusieren
– Imperative:
– tú supón (affirmative) / no supongas (negative)
Р̩l/ella/usted suponga (affirmative) / no suponga (negative)
– nosotros/nosotras supongamos (affirmative) / no supongamos (negative)
– vosotros/vosotras suponed (affirmative) / no supongáis (negative)
– ellos/ellas/ustedes supongan (affirmative) / no supongan (negative)
– Past participle: supuesto
– Gerund: suponiendo

Examples of sentences that use “suponer”:
– Supongo que vendrás a la fiesta. (I suppose you’ll come to the party.)
– Se supone que el tren llegue a las cinco. (The train is supposed to arrive at five.)
– Mi madre suponía que yo sabía la verdad. (My mother assumed that I knew the truth.)
– Supondremos lo mejor para el futuro. (We will assume the best for the future.)
– Si supones eso, podrías estar equivocado. (If you assume that, you might be wrong.)

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