Is seguir a word?
The word for ‘to follow’ in Spanish is ”seguir”.
How do you use seguir?
One of the most common ways to use seguir in Spanish is to express that you still do a certain activity. In this situation, ‘seguir’ would be translated as ‘to keep doing something’ or ‘to still do something’. However, in order to get this meaning, using ‘seguir’ alone won’t be enough.
What are the forms of seguir in Spanish?
Seguir in the Present Tense
|Subject Pronoun||Present Tense||Translation|
|tú||sigues||You (informal) follow/continue|
|él, ella, usted||sigue||He, she follows/continues; you (formal) follow/continue|
|nosotros nosotras||seguimos||We follow/continue|
Does seguir stem change?
Present Subjunctive of Seguir Seguir is a stem-changing verb, so to form its present subjunctive we need its irregular stem sig-. Notice that the u from the infinitive disappears!
How do I conjugate seguir?
For the present tense conjugation, go to Seguir Conjugation – Present Tense….Seguir Conjugation: Preterite Tense.
What stem change does seguir have?
Seguir is a stem-changing verb, so to form its present subjunctive we need its irregular stem sig-. Notice that the u from the infinitive disappears! Note: You’ll only hear the form vosotros/as in Spain, where speakers use it to address a group of people in an informal situation.
How do you know when to stem change in Spanish?
A stem is the part of the verb that comes before the ending (which, in infinitive verbs, is always either ar, er, or ir). In regular conjugations, the stem doesn’t change, where in irregular conjugations, it can be completely different. In stem-changing verbs, the change is in the last vowel of the stem.