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You seem in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal speech: pa-RE-ses
IPA: /pa.’Éľ

7 months ago


2nd person singular – present tense

tĂş pareces

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

Note: parecer is an irregular verb. The yo form is parezco.

8 months ago

pareces info.

Tips to remember:
– To remember “pareces,” you might think of the English word “parent.” While they have different meanings, “parent” can help you remember “pareces” since parents are often the first to notice how you “seem” or “look.”
– Connect “pareces” with visuals, noting that it refers to appearance or impression.

– “Pareces” comes from the Spanish verb “parecer,” which means “to seem” or “to look like.”
– It’s used to describe how someone or something appears or seems to the observer.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Luces” (from the verb “lucir”), which can also mean “you seem” in the sense of “you look” or “you appear.”
– “Tienes aspecto de,” a phrase that translates directly to “you have the aspect/appearance of.”

Conjugations of “parecer”:
– Infinitive: parecer
– Present: parezco (I seem), pareces (you seem), parece (he/she/it seems), parecemos (we seem), parecĂ©is (you all seem – Spain), parecen (they seem/you all seem)
– Preterite: parecĂ­ (I seemed), pareciste (you seemed), pareciĂł (he/she/it seemed), parecimos (we seemed), parecisteis (you all seemed – Spain), parecieron (they seemed/you all seemed)
– Imperfect: parecĂ­a (I seemed), parecĂ­as (you seemed), parecĂ­a (he/she/it seemed), parecĂ­amos (we seemed), parecĂ­ais (you all seemed – Spain), parecĂ­an (they seemed/you all seemed)
– Future: parecerĂ© (I will seem), parecerás (you will seem), parecerá (he/she/it will seem), pareceremos (we will seem), parecerĂ©is (you all will seem – Spain), parecerán (they will seem/you all will seem)
– Conditional: parecerĂ­a (I would seem), parecerĂ­as (you would seem), parecerĂ­a (he/she/it would seem), parecerĂ­amos (we would seem), parecerĂ­ais (you all would seem – Spain), parecerĂ­an (they would seem/you all would seem)
– Subjunctive (present): parezca (I seem), parezcas (you seem), parezca (he/she/it seems), parezcamos (we seem), parezcáis (you all seem – Spain), parezcan (they seem/you all seem)

Examples of sentences:
– “Pareces cansado hoy.” (You seem tired today.)
– “Todos dicen que pareces a tu madre.” (Everyone says you look like your mother.)
– “Cuando hablas asĂ­, pareces un experto.” (When you speak like that, you seem like an expert.)
– “En esta foto, pareces más joven.” (In this photo, you seem younger.)
– “Siempre pareces saber la respuesta.” (You always seem to know the answer.)

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