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You play in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal speech: jue-GAS
IPA: /’xwe.gas/

7 months ago

Word with same root.

Juguetes, toy. Or literally, play toy.

7 months ago

juegas info.

**Tips to remember ‘juegas’:**
– Associate ‘juegas’ with the English ‘you play’ and think of the ‘j’ in ‘juegas’ as a playful ‘j’ump.
– Remember ‘juegas’ sounds similar to ‘juegos,’ which means ‘games’ in English.
– Think about the similarity in the ending ‘-as,’ which is typical for ‘you’ (tú) form in Spanish present tense verbs.

**Explanations: ‘Juegas’**
– ‘Juegas’ is the second-person singular (tú) present tense conjugation of the verb ‘jugar,’ which means ‘to play.’

**Other words that mean the same thing:**
– ‘Tocas’ can mean ‘you play’ but is used for playing an instrument.
– ‘Actúas’ means ‘you act’ which can be considered a form of playing, like in a play or movie.

**Conjugations of ‘jugar’:**
– Infinitive: jugar (to play)
– Present (tú): juegas (you play)
– Preterite (tú): jugaste (you played)
– Imperfect (tú): jugabas (you used to play/were playing)
– Future (tú): jugarás (you will play)
– Conditional (tú): jugarías (you would play)
– Present Subjunctive (tú): juegues (that you play)
– Imperative (tú): juega (play!)

**Examples of sentences:**
– Tú juegas al fútbol todos los sábados. (You play soccer every Saturday.)
– ¿Juegas conmigo al ajedrez? (Will you play chess with me?)
– Ayer juegas muy bien en el partido. (You played very well in the game yesterday.)
– Si hace buen tiempo mañana, ¿jugarás en el parque? (If the weather is good tomorrow, will you play in the park?)
– De niño, siempre jugabas en ese columpio. (As a child, you always used to play on that swing.)

a few seconds ago


This is the indicative present tú form of juegar (to play).

8 months ago

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