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You wait in Spanish 🇪🇸


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

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Pronunciation

normal speech: es-PE-ras

7 months ago

esperas info.

Tips to remember “esperas”:
– Associate “esperas” with the English phrase “you expect,” since both begin with “esp-.” This can help you recall that “esperas” means you wait.
– Picture someone patiently waiting at a bus stop every time you think of “esperas” to reinforce its meaning.

Explanations:
“Esperas” is the second-person singular present indicative form of the verb “esperar,” which means to wait or to hope.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Aguardar: to wait
– Anticipar: to anticipate (in the sense of expecting something to happen)
– Pacientar: a less common word that also means to wait patiently

Different conjugations of “esperar”:
– Infinitive: esperar (to wait/to hope)
– Present: espero (I wait), esperas (you wait), espera (he/she/it waits), esperamos (we wait), esperáis (you all wait, informal in Spain), esperan (they/you all formal wait)
– Preterite (simple past): esperé (I waited), esperaste (you waited), esperó (he/she/it waited), esperamos (we waited), esperasteis (you all waited, informal in Spain), esperaron (they/you all formal waited)
– Imperfect (past): esperaba (I used to wait), esperabas (you used to wait), esperaba (he/she/it used to wait), esperábamos (we used to wait), esperabais (you all used to wait, informal in Spain), esperaban (they/you all formal used to wait)
– Future: esperaré (I will wait), esperarás (you will wait), esperará (he/she/it will wait), esperaremos (we will wait), esperaréis (you all will wait, informal in Spain), esperarán (they/you all formal will wait)
– Conditional: esperaría (I would wait), esperarías (you would wait), esperaría (he/she/it would wait), esperaríamos (we would wait), esperaríais (you all would wait, informal in Spain), esperarían (they/you all formal would wait)
РSubjunctive present: espere (I wait), esperes (you wait), espere (he/she/it waits), esperemos (we wait), esper̩is (you all wait, informal in Spain), esperen (they/you all formal wait)
– Imperative: espera (wait [singular informal you]), esperad (wait [plural informal you, in Spain]), espere (wait [formal singular you]), esperen (wait [formal plural you])

Examples of sentences that use “esperas”:
– “Si me esperas, terminaremos juntos.” (If you wait for me, we will finish together.)
– “¿Cuánto tiempo esperas cada día en la parada del autobús?” (How long do you wait each day at the bus stop?)
– “Esperas que te llame, pero quizás deberías llamar tú.” (You hope she’ll call you, but maybe you should call her.)
– “Mientras esperas, ¿puedes leer este libro?” (While you wait, can you read this book?)

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