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You went in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal speech: FUIS-te
IPA: /’fwi.ste/

7 months ago

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**Tips to remember “fuiste”:**

– Think of the English phrase “you *were* fast” and notice the word “*fue*” in “fuiste.” Imagine saying “You *fue* fast” to help link the ideas in your mind.
– Associate “fuiste” with the past tense by remembering a past event that was significant to you. Whenever you think of that event, try to think “fuiste” as part of the story (“You went”).


– “Fuiste” is the second person singular (tú) preterite form of the verb “ir,” which means “to go.” The preterite tense is used to describe actions that have been completed in the past.

**Other words that mean the same thing:**

– “Te fuiste” can also mean “you went” and emphasizes the fact that you left a place or you were going somewhere by yourself.
– “Saliste” is from the verb “salir” and can mean “you went out” or “you left.”

**Conjugations of “ir” in different tenses:**

– Present: voy (I go), vas (you go), va (he/she/it goes), vamos (we go), vais (you all go, Spain), van (they go)
– Preterite: fui (I went), fuiste (you went), fue (he/she/it went), fuimos (we went), fuisteis (you all went, Spain), fueron (they went)
– Imperfect: iba (I was going), ibas (you were going), iba (he/she/it was going), íbamos (we were going), ibais (you all were going, Spain), iban (they were going)
– Future: iré (I will go), irás (you will go), irá (he/she/it will go), iremos (we will go), iréis (you all will go, Spain), irán (they will go)
– Conditional: iría (I would go), irías (you would go), iría (he/she/it would go), iríamos (we would go), iríais (you all would go, Spain), irían (they would go)

**Examples of sentences using “fuiste”:**

– ¿Fuiste al concierto anoche? (Did you go to the concert last night?)
– Me dijeron que fuiste muy valiente. (They told me you were very brave.)
– Fuiste la única persona que recordó mi****pleaños. (You were the only person who remembered my birthday.)

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