Lesson 251: Learn Spanish verbs: NACER (to be born)

Learn Spanish verbs: the verb NACER (to be born)

 

This section (Learn Spanish Verbs) is part of our series of lessons dedicated to the Spanish alphabet and Spanish vocabulary. We began dedicating one class to learning common words that begin with each one of the letter (including Spanish regular and irregular verbs). Then we are dedicating a class for each one of those irregular verbs that we learn. That is how we get to this lesson: Conjugating the Spanish verb NACER.

Verbo NACER en Presente Simple – Simple Present

  • Yo nazco – I am born (Here you can see an irregularity in the conjugation: “z”)
  • Tú naces – You are born
  • Él/ella nace – He/she is born
  • Usted nace – You (formal) are born
  • Nosotros nacemos – We are born
  • Vosotros nacéis – You (plural) are born (Spain)
  • Ustedes nacen – You (plural) are born (Latin-America)
  • Ellos nacen – They are born

 

Verbo NACER en Pasado Simple – Simple Past

  • Yo nací– I was born
  • Tú naciste– You were born
  • Él/ella nac– He/she was born
  • Usted nac– You (formal) were born
  • Nosotros nacimos – We were born
  • Vosotros nacisteis – You (plural) were born (Spain)
  • Ustedes nacieron – You (plural) were born (Latin-America)
  • Ellos nacieron – They were born

 

Verbo NACER en Futuro Simple – Simple Future

  • Yo naceré– I will be born
  • Tú nacerás– You will be born
  • Él/ella nacerá– He/she will be born
  • Usted nacerá– You (formal) will be born
  • Nosotros naceremos – We will be born
  • Vosotros naceréis – You (plural) will be born (Spain)
  • Ustedes nacerán – You (plural) will be born (Latin-America)
  • Ellos nacerán – They will be born

 

Verbo NACER en Futuro (forma alternativa) – Alternative Future tense using verb “to go” as aux. verb

  • Yo voy a nacer – I am going be born
  • vas a nacer – You are going to be born
  • Él/ella va a nacer – He/she is going to be born
  • Usted va a nacer – You (formal) are going to be born
  • Nosotros iremos a nacer – We are going to be born
  • Vosotros iréis a nacer – You (plural) are going to be born (Spain)
  • Ustedes irán a nacer – You (plural) are going to be born (Latin-America)
  • Ellos irán a nacer – They are going to be born

 

Verbo NACER en Presente Continuado – Present Continuous

  • Yo estoy naciendo – I am being born
  • Tú estás naciendo – You are being born
  • Él/ella está naciendo – He/she is being born
  • Usted está naciendo – You (formal) are being born
  • Nosotros estamos naciendo – We are being born
  • Vosotros estáis naciendo – You (plural) are being born (Spain)
  • Ustedes están naciendo – You (plural) are being born (Latin-America)
  • Ellos están naciendo – They are being born

 

Verbo NACER en Imperativo Afirmativo – Imperative – Affirmative

  • Nace (tú) – (You) be born
  • Nazca (Él/ella) – He/she be born (Here you can see an irregularity in the conjugation: “z”)
  • Nazca (Usted) – You (formal) be born (Here you can see an irregularity in the conjugation: “z”)
  • Nazcamos (nosotros) – Lets be born (Here you can see an irregularity in the conjugation: “z”)
  • Naced (vosotros) – You (plural) be born
  • Nazcan (ustedes) – You (plural) be born (Latin-America) (Here you can see an irregularity in the conjugation: “z”)
  • Nazcan (ellos) – They be born (Here you can see an irregularity in the conjugation: “z”)

 

Verbo NACER en Imperativo Negativo- Imperative – Negative

  • No nazcas (tú) – (You) don’t be born
  • No nazca (Él/ella) – He/she not be born (Here you can see an irregularity in the conjugation: “z”)
  • No nazca (Usted) – You (formal) don’t be born (Here you can see an irregularity in the conjugation: “z”)
  • No nazcamos (nosotros) – Lets not be born (Here you can see an irregularity in the conjugation: “z”)
  • No nazcáis (vosotros) – You (plural) don’t be born (Spain) (Here you can see an irregularity in the conjugation: “z”)
  • No nazcan (ustedes) – You (plural) don’t be born (Latin-America) (Here you can see an irregularity in the conjugation: “z”)
  • No nazcan (ellos) – They not be born (Here you can see an irregularity in the conjugation: “z”)


If you’d like to jump on to the rest of letters of the Spanish alphabet, just clic on any of the links below:

  • Lesson 152: Words that begin with Letter A
  • Lesson 153 and Lesson 154: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter A
  • Lesson 155: Words that begin with Letter B
  • Lesson 156: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter B
  • Lesson 162: Words that begin with Letter C
  • Lesson 163164 and 165: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter C
  • Lesson 173: Words that begin with Letter D
  • Lesson 174175176 and 263: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter D
  • Lesson 187: Words that begin with Letter E
  • Lesson 188189 and 190: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter E
  • Lesson 196: Words that begin with Letter F
  • Lesson 197 and 198: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter F
  • Lesson 203: Words that begin with Letter G
  • Lesson 204 and 205: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter G
  • Lesson 210: Words that begin with Letter H
  • Lesson 211 and 212: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter H
  • Lesson 217: Words that begin with Letter I
  • Lesson 223: Words that begin with Letter J
  • Lesson 224 and 225: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter J
  • Lesson 232: Words that begin with Letter K & L
  • Lesson 233: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter L
  • Lesson 240: Words that begin with Letter M
  • Lesson 241242 and 243: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter M
  • Lesson 250: Words that begin with Letter N
  • Lesson 251, 252, 253 and 254: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter N
  • Lesson 260: Words that begin with Letter Ñ
  • Lesson 264: Words that begin with Letter O
  • Lesson 265, 266 and 267: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter O
  • Lesson 274: Words that begin with Letter P
  • Lesson 275 and 276: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter P
  • Lesson 285: Words that begin with Letter Q
  • Lesson 286: Common irregular verbs that begin with letter Q
    (and more to come…)

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