The Spanish Verb Ver – Ver Tenses Conjugated

See Conjugation:
the spanish verb WATCHwhich translates as ‘to see‘ either ‘watch‘ in English, does not cause as many problems for most students, however, it does have certain irregularities that will need to be mastered, the most important being those that affect the conjugation of the present tense. Below you will find each time watch conjugation with irregular shapes highlighted in red.

Gerund:

seeing – seeing

Past participle:

viewed – viewed

Present Tense of See – Present:

  • me I see – I see
  • you see/vit is – you’ll see
  • he/she sees/go– he/she sees
  • you go/go – you see (polite)
  • we/as we see – we see
  • you you see– you see (plural)
  • they come/come – They see
  • you see/come– you see (polite plural)

Past Tense of Ver – preterite:

  • I saw – I saw
  • You saw – You saw
  • he/she saw – he saw
  • you saw – dress (polite)
  • we saw – we saw
  • you saw – you saw (plural)
  • they saw – they saw
  • you saw – you saw (polite plural)

Imperfect tense of See – imperfect:

  • I saw – I used to see
  • You saw – you used to see
  • he/she saw he/she used to see
  • you saw – you used to see (polite)
  • we/as we saw we used to see
  • you saw – you used to see (plural)
  • they saw – used to see
  • you saw – you used to see (polite plural)

Future tense of See – future:

  • I’ll see – I’ll see
  • You will see – you will see
  • he/she will see – he/she will see
  • you’ll see – you’ll see (polite)
  • we will see – We will see
  • you will see – you will see (plural)
  • they will see – they will see
  • you will see – you will see (polite plural)

Conditional Tense of Seeing – conditional:

  • I would see – I would see
  • you would see – you would see
  • he/she would see – he/she would see
  • you would see – would you see (polite)
  • we would see – we would see
  • you will see – you would see (plural)
  • they would see – they would see
  • you would see – you would see (polite plural)

Present Subjunctive of Ver – present subjunctive:

  • melook– I see
  • yourgo to S– you’ll see
  • he shelook– he/she sees
  • youlook– you see (polite)
  • welet’s see– we see
  • yousee– you see (plural)
  • theysee– They see
  • yoursee– you see (polite plural)

Imperfect subjunctive of Ver – imperfect subjunctive:

  • I saw / saw – I saw
  • you saw/saw – You saw
  • you/he/she saw – he/she and you saw
  • we would see – we saw
  • you would see – you saw (plural)
  • you/they/they saw – they or you (polite plural) saw

See Imperative – imperative:

  • (I had! eitherGo! – Watch!
  • (used)See! – Watch!
  • (we)Let’s see! – We’ll see!
  • (you) See! – Watch!
  • (your)See! – Watch!

There are three other verbs that use the exact conjugation patterns like see, but are not used as often, but are worth noting: glimpse see partially‘ either ‘to compensate‘, foreseepredict‘ either ‘to preview‘ Y revereto review‘.

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