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we say nosotros decimos
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normal speech: no-SO-tros de-CI-mos

7 months ago

nosotros decimos info.

Tips to remember the word “decimos”:
– Break the word down into “deci-” which sounds like “say” or “tell” in English, and “-mos” a common ending for “we” in Spanish verbs.
– Associate “deci-” with “declare” or “decision,” words related to stating or saying something.

– “Nosotros decimos” is the first-person plural present indicative form of the verb “decir,” which means “to say” or “to tell.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Afirmamos (we affirm)
– Comunicamos (we communicate)
– Expresamos (we express)

Conjugations of “decir”:

| Infinitive | Decir (to say/to tell) |
| Present Indicative | Yo digo, tú dices, él/ella/usted dice, nosotros/nosotras decimos, vosotros/vosotras decís, ellos/ellas/ustedes dicen |
| Preterite (Simple Past) | Yo dije, tú dijiste, él/ella/usted dijo, nosotros/nosotras dijimos, vosotros/vosotras dijisteis, ellos/ellas/ustedes dijeron |
| Imperfect (Past) | Yo decía, tú decías, él/ella/usted decía, nosotros/nosotras decíamos, vosotros/vosotras decíais, ellos/ellas/ustedes decían |
| Conditional | Yo diría, tú dirías, él/ella/usted diría, nosotros/nosotras diríamos, vosotros/vosotras diríais, ellos/ellas/ustedes dirían |
| Future | Yo diré, tú dirás, él/ella/usted dirá, nosotros/nosotras diremos, vosotros/vosotras diréis, ellos/ellas/ustedes dirán |
| Subjunctive Present | Que yo diga, que tú digas, que él/ella/usted diga, que nosotros/nosotras digamos, que vosotros/vosotras digáis, que ellos/ellas/ustedes digan |

Examples of sentences using “decimos”:

1. Nosotros decimos la verdad siempre. (We always tell the truth.)
2. ¿Qué decimos cuando nos preguntan nuestra opinión? (What do we say when they ask for our opinion?)
3. En nuestra familia, no decimos mentiras. (In our family, we don’t tell lies.)
4. Nosotros decimos que es importante estudiar. (We say that it is important to study.)
5. Cuando cantamos, decimos las palabras con emoción. (When we sing, we say the words with emotion.)

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