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To work in Spanish 🇪🇸


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

Spanish Sentences with the Word “To work”

Spanish sentence with “trabajar” English translation for trabajar S

Su padre ha tenido que trabajar

His father has had to work

Era bueno que no trabajara

It was good that she did not work

¿Hubieras preferido trabajar en las noches?

Would you have preferred to work nights?

Les ofrecí trabajar conmigo.

I offered them to work with me.

Te sugerí que no trabajaras esta semana.

I suggested you not work this week.

¿Tú querías que él trabajara contigo?

Did you want him to work with you?

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Pronunciation

normal speech: tra-ba-JAR

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Opposites

Jugar – Trabajar (to Play – to Work)

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trabajar info.

Tips to remember the word “trabajar”:
– Associate the word with its English counterpart “to work” by noting that both words start with a “t.”
– Think of the “jar” in “trabajar” as a “jar” of efforts you put into your work.
– You can use mnemonic devices like imagining yourself working hard to “fill a jar” (trabajar) with accomplishments.

Explanations:
– “Trabajar” is the Spanish infinitive meaning “to work” and it refers to the act of performing a job, task, or duty.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Laborar” can also mean “to work” in a more formal context.
– “Emplearse” is often used when referring to having a job or being employed.

Conjugations of “trabajar”:
– Infinitive: trabajar (to work)
– Present indicative:
– yo trabajo (I work)
Рt̼ trabajas (you work, singular familiar)
Р̩l/ella/usted trabaja (he/she/you work, singular formal)
– nosotros/nosotras trabajamos (we work)
– vosotros/vosotras trabajáis (you work, plural familiar)
– ellos/ellas/ustedes trabajan (they/you work, plural formal)
– Past indicative (preterite):
Рyo trabaj̩ (I worked)
Рt̼ trabajaste (you worked)
– él/ella/usted trabajó (he/she/you worked)
– nosotros/nosotras trabajamos (we worked)
– vosotros/vosotras trabajasteis (you worked)
– ellos/ellas/ustedes trabajaron (they/you worked)
– Future indicative:
Рyo trabajar̩ (I will work)
– tú trabajarás (you will work)
– él/ella/usted trabajará (he/she/you will work)
– nosotros/nosotras trabajaremos (we will work)
Рvosotros/vosotras trabajar̩is (you will work)
– ellos/ellas/ustedes trabajarán (they/you will work)
– Imperfect (for actions that were ongoing in the past):
– yo trabajaba (I was working)
Рt̼ trabajabas (you were working)
Р̩l/ella/usted trabajaba (he/she/you were working)
– nosotros/nosotras trabajábamos (we were working)
– vosotros/vosotras trabajabais (you were working)
– ellos/ellas/ustedes trabajaban (they were working)

Examples of sentences using “trabajar”:
– Necesito trabajar para ganar dinero. (I need to work to earn money).
– Mi padre trabaja en una oficina. (My father works in an office).
РEl a̱o que viene, trabajar̩ en el extranjero. (Next year, I will work abroad).
– Cuando era joven, trabajaba todos los días. (When I was young, I worked every day).
– Si tuvieran la oportunidad, trabajarían más horas. (If they had the opportunity, they would work more hours).

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