What is the usted form of encontrar?

Encontrar in the Present Indicative Tense

Subject Pronoun Indicative Present Tense Translation
yo encuentro I find
encuentras You (informal) find
él, ella, usted encuentra He, she finds; you (formal) find
nosotros nosotras encontramos We find

How do you conjugate encontrar?

Encontrar is a Spanish irregular verb meaning to find….Encontrar Conjugation: Present Tense.

yo encuentro
él/ella encuentra
ns. encontramos
vs. encontráis

What is the IR conjugation for él ella usted?

Ir conjugation: basic forms

Subject Present Preterite
yo voy fui
vas fuiste
él, ella, Usted va fue
nosotros vamos fuimos

What is IR as a command in Spanish?

Ir – Imperative (Command) Conjugation | SpanishConjugation.net.

What is IR in the future tense Spanish?

Future Tense Conjugation of Ir

Subject Pronouns Ir Conjugation: Future Translation
yo iré I will go
irás you will go
él/ella/usted irá he/she/you formal will go
nosotros/nosotras iremos we will go

What is the stem change for encontrar?

The present conjugations of encontrar and encontrarse When it comes to verb conjugations, the verb encontrar is known as a stem-changing o:ue verb. This means that the o becomes a ue in the majority of present conjugations.

What are the 6 conjugations of IR?


  • irás.
  • irá
  • iremos.
  • iréis.
  • irán.
  • What are the conjugations of IR in Spanish?


    Subject Present (go/goes) Preterite (went)
    yo (I) voy fui
    tú (You) vas fuiste
    él/ella/Ud. (He/She) va fue
    nosotros (We) vamos fuimos

    What are usted commands?

    Usted and ustedes commands are created like negative tú commands and are used for both affirmative and negative commands. To create an usted command, remember the mantra: form of yo, drop the – o, add the opposite ending.

    What is IR in the imperative?

    Lesson Summary

    Subject Pronouns Ir Conjugation: Imperative
    usted vaya
    nosotros/nosotras vayamos
    vosotros/vosotras id

    How do you do IR infinitives?

    Ir a with Infinitives. To talk about what someone is or isn’t going to do, use the present tense of ir with a followed by an infinitive. Remember than an infinitive is a verb that has not been conjugated.

    What is IR in perfect tense?

    Ir in the Indicative Present Perfect

    Pronoun Spanish English
    Ella / Él / Usted ha ido s/he has gone, you (formal) have gone
    Nosotras / Nosotros hemos ido we have gone
    Vosotras / Vosotros habéis ido you (plural) have gone
    Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes han ido they have gone, you (plural formal) have gone