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Present Indicative:
I speak Spanish
Presente Indicativo:
Hablo español.
Present Indicative:
I believe in God.
Presente Indicativo:
Creo en Dios.
Present Indicative:
I go to the library every day.
Presente Indicativo:
Voy a la biblioteca todos los días.
Present Indicative:
Six minus two is four.
Presente Indicativo:
Seis menos dos son cuatro.
Present Indicative:
The murderer turns pale. He is afraid. He goes out of the house and runs along the river.
Presente Indicativo:
El asesino se pone pálido. Tiene miedo. Sale de la casa y corre a lo largo del río.
Present Indicative:
My borther arrives tomorrow.
Presente Indicativo:
Mi hermano llega mañana.
Present Indicative:
I have been watching television for three hours.
Presente Indicativo:
Hace tres horas que miro la televisión.
Present Indicative:
They almost killed me.
Presente Indicativo:
Por poco me matan.
Imperfect Indicative:
My brother was reading and my father was talking.
Imperfecto Indicativo:
Mi hermano leía y mi padre hablaba.
Imperfect Indicative:
My sister was singing when I came in.
Imperfecto Indicativo:
Mi hermana cantaba cuando yo entré.
Imperfect Indicative:
When we were in New York, we went (use to go) to the movies every Saturday.
Imperfecto Indicativo:
Cuando estábamos en nuevo york, ibamos al cine todos los sábados.
Imperfect Indicative:
I wanted to go to the movies.
Imperfecto Indicativo:
Quería ir al cine.
Imperfect Indicative:
I was happy to see him.
Imperfecto Indicativo:
Estaba contento de verlo.
Imperfect Indicative:
My mother was beautiful when she was young.
Imperfecto Indicativo:
Mi madre era hermosa cuando era joven.
Imperfect Indicative:
What time was it?
Imperfecto Indicativo:
Qué hora era?
Imperfect Indicative:
It was 3 o'clock.
Imperfecto Indicativo:
Eran las tres.
Imperfect Indicative:
I had been watching television for three hours when my brother came in.
Imperfecto Indicativo:
Hacía tres horas que miraba la televisión cuando mi hermano entró.
Imperfect Indicative:
He said he wanted to come to my house.
Imperfecto Indicativo:
Dijo que quería venir a mi casa.
Preterit:
My father arrived yesterday.
Pretérito:
Mi padre llegó ayer.
Preterit:
Mary went to church this morning.
Pretérito:
María fue a la iglesia esta mañana.
Preterit:
What happened?
Pretérito:
Qué pasó?
Preterit:
I had breakfast at 7 o'clock
Pretérito:
Tomé el desayuno a las siete.
Preterit:
I left the house, I took the bus and I arrived at school at 8 o'clock.
Pretérito:
Salí de casa, tomé el autobús y llegué a la escuela a las ocho.
Preterit:
I met her last week at the dance.
Pretérito:
La Conocí la semana pasada en el baile.
Preterit:
I succeeded in doing it.
Pretérito:
Pude hacerlo.
Preterit:
I failed to do it.
Pretérito:
No pude hacerlo.
Preterit:
I tried to call you.
Pretérito:
Quise llamarte.
Preterit:
I refused to do it.
Pretérito:
No quise hacerlo.
Preterit:
I found out the truth.
Pretérito:
Supe la verdad.
Preterit:
I received a letter from my friend.
Pretérito:
Tuve una carta de mi amigo.
Future:
I'll do it.
Futura:
Lo haré.
Future:
I wonder what time it is.
Futura:
Qué hora será?
Future:
Who can that be?
Futura:
Quién será?
Future:
It's probably 5 o'clock.
Futura:
Serán las cinco.
Future:
He probably/must has many friends.
Futura:
Tendrá muchos amigos.
Future:
Mary says that she'll come tomorrow.
Futura:
María dice que vendrá mañana.
Condicional:
I would go to Spain if I had the money.
Condicionál:
Iría a España, si tuviera el dinero.
Condicional:
I would like to have a beer.
Condicionál:
Me gustaría tomar una cerveza.
Condicional:
Mary said that she would come tomorrow.
Condicionál:
María dijo que vendría mañana.
Condicional:
Mary was saying that she would come tomorrow.
Condicionál:
María decía que vendría mañana.
Conditional:
I wonder who that was?
Condicionál:
Quién sería?
Conditional:
It was probably 5 o'clock when they went out.
Condicionál:
Serían a las cinco cuando salieron.
Present Subjunctive:
Sit down!
Subjuntivo Presente:
Siéntese!
Present Subjunctive:
Don't sit down!
Subjuntivo Presente:
No se siente! (Ud.)
Present Subjunctive:
I want Mary to do it.
Subjuntivo Presente:
Quiero que María lo haga.
Present Subjunctive:
I doubt that Mary will do it.
Subjuntivo Presente:
Dudo que María lo haga.
Present Subjunctive:
I don't believe Mary will come.
Subjuntivo Presente:
No creo que María venga.
Present Subjunctive:
It's necessary for Mary to do it.
Subjuntivo Presente:
Es necesario que María lo haga.
Present Subjunctive:
It's doubtful that Mary will come.
Subjuntivo Presente:
No es cierto que María venga.
Present Subjunctive:
I will talk to Mary when she comes.
Subjuntivo Presente:
Le hablaré a María cuando venga.
Present Subjunctive:
Let's go before it rains.
Subjuntivo Presente:
Vámonos antes de que llueva.
Present Subjunctive:
Give it to me if (provided that) it's good.
Subjuntivo Presente:
Démelo con tal que sea bueno.
Present Subjunctive:
I'm leaving unless he comes.
Subjuntivo Presente:
My voy a menos que venga.
Present Subjunctive:
Perhaps he will come (is coming) tomorrow.
Subjuntivo Presente:
Acaso venga mañana.
Present Subjunctive:
Althought Mary may come (is coming)tonight, I'm not staying.
Subjuntivo Presente:
Aunque María venga esta noche, no me quedo.
Present Subjunctive:
I'm looking for a book that is interesting.
Subjuntivo Presente:
Busco un libro que sea interesante.
Present Subjunctive:
Is there anyone here who speaks Italian?
Subjuntivo Presente:
Hay alguien aquí que hable italiano?
Present Subjunctive:
There is no one who can do it.
Subjuntivo Presente:
No hay nadie que pueda hacerlo.
Present Subjunctive:
No matter how much you talk, I don't want to listen.
Subjuntivo Presente:
Por más que hable usted, no quiero escuchar.
Present Subjunctive:
I hope to god they come tomorrow!
Subjuntivo Presente:
Ojalá que vengan mañana!
Imperfect Subjunctive:
(use only if in past or conditional)
Subjuntivo Imperfecto:
Imperfect Subjunctive:
(use only if in past or conditional)
I insisted that Mary do it.
Subjuntivo Imperfecto:
Insistí que María lo hiciera.
Imperfect Subjunctive:
(use only if in past or conditional)
I was explaining it to Mary so that she might understand it.
Subjuntivo Imperfecto:
Se lo explicaba a María para que lo comprendiera.
Imperfect Subjunctive:
(use only if in past or conditional)
He speaks to me as if I were a child.
Subjuntivo Imperfecto:
Me habla como si fuera un niño.
Imperfect Subjunctive:
(use only if in past or conditional)
I would like to speak now.
Subjuntivo Imperfecto:
Quisiera hablar ahora.