The verbs poner, salir, traer
(Los verbos poner, salir y traer)
Three verbs that are irregular only in their yo forms
poner
to put, to place, to set (a table)
pongo
pones
pone
pone
ponemos
ponéis
ponen
ponen
poner
Yo pongo mis libros en mi mochila.
I put my books in my backpack.
Mónica siempre pone la mesa para la cena.
Mónica always sets the table for dinner.
Ponemos la fecha en la pizarra todos los
días.
We put (write) the date on the board
every day.
salir
to leave, to go out
salgo
sales
sale
sale
salimos
salís
salen
salen
salir
Salir is used with several different prepositions to express
various concepts. Following are some examples:
Salir de: to leave a place, to leave on a trip
Salgo de casa a las siete.
I leave home at seven.
Salimos de viaje esta noche.
We leave on a trip tonight.
Notice that English often does not require the word from
when we leave a place, but Spanish always requires de.
salir
Salir is used with several different prepositions to express
various concepts. Following are some examples:
Salir para: to leave for (a place), to depart
Mañana salen para Tegucigalpa.
Tomorrow they leave for Tegucigalpa.
¿Sales para las montañas ahora?
Are you leaving for the mountains now?
salir
Salir is used with several different prepositions to express
various concepts. Following are some examples:
Salir con: to go out with, to date
Diana sale con Lorenzo.
Diana goes out with (dates) Lorenzo.
Lucía sale con sus amigas esta tarde.
Lucía is going out with her friends this
afternoon.
salir
Salir is used with several different prepositions to express
various concepts. Following are some examples:
Salir a (+ infinitive): to go out (to do something)
Salen a cenar los sábados.
They go out to dinner on Saturdays.
¿Sales a caminar por la mañana?
Do you go out walking in the morning?
traer
to bring, to carry
traigo
traes
trae
trae
traemos
traéis
traen
traen
traer
Traigo una pluma a clase todos los días.
I bring a pen to class every day.
Juan promete traer los refrescos a la fiesta.
Juan promises to bring the soft drinks to the
party.
¿Traes tu celular?
Are you carrying your cell phone (with you)?
Note: Traer is often used informally instead of tener.
¿Traes dinero (encima)?
Do you have any money (on you)?
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Present tense of poner, salir, traer