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You leave in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal Speech: SA-les

7 months ago


2nd person singular – present tense

tú sales

-ir verbs present tense:
drop the ir and add the appropriate ending: -o, -es, -e, -imos, -en.

8 months ago

sales info.

Tips to remember the word “sales”:
– Think of the English word “sails”; visualize a boat leaving the harbor as you sail away, which can help you to remember “sales” means “you leave.”
– Link the word “sales” with the act of “leaving a sale,” since in English, “sales” can be related to purchasing or selling.

– “Sales” is the second person singular (informal “tú” form) of the present indicative tense of the verb “salir,” which means “to leave” or “to go out” in Spanish.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Partes (you leave)
– Te vas (you go away)
– Abandonas (you abandon or leave)

Conjugations of “salir”:
– Present tense: yo salgo, tú sales, él/ella sale, nosotros salimos, vosotros salís, ellos/ellas salen.
– Preterite (simple past) tense: yo salí, tú saliste, él/ella salió, nosotros salimos, vosotros salisteis, ellos/ellas salieron.
– Imperfect past tense: yo salía, tú salías, él/ella salía, nosotros salíamos, vosotros salíais, ellos/ellas salían.
– Future tense: yo saldré, tú saldrás, él/ella saldrá, nosotros saldremos, vosotros saldréis, ellos/ellas saldrán.
– Present subjunctive: que yo salga, que tú salgas, que él/ella salga, que nosotros salgamos, que vosotros salgáis, que ellos/ellas salgan.

Examples of sentences using “sales”:
– ¿A qué hora sales de casa? (What time do you leave home?)
– Sales tarde del trabajo todos los días. (You leave work late every day.)
– Cuando sales con tus amigos, siempre te diviertes. (When you go out with your friends, you always have fun.)
– Sales de vacaciones la próxima semana, ¿verdad? (You’re leaving for vacation next week, right?)

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