Conjugate oler in El Presente (present tense)

Oler (to smell) is an irregular verb in El Presente.

yo huelo
hueles
él / ella / Ud. huele
nosotros / nosotras 
olemos 
vosotros / vosotras 
oléis
ellos / ellas / Uds.   huelen

Notice the stem changes from ol- to huel-, except for nosotros and vosotros. However, all the endings are regular.

Look at and listen to these examples:

Yo huelo siempre bien.I always smell good.

hueles a perfume fresco.You smell of floral perfume.

Ella lo huele todo.She smells everything.

Nosotros olemos las rosas del jardín.We smell the roses in the garden.

¿Vosotros oléis a pollo quemado?Can you smell burned chicken?

Las galletas huelen a chocolate.Cookies smell like chocolate.

 



 

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hueles a perfume fresco.You smell of floral perfume.
Yo huelo siempre bien.I always smell good.
¿Vosotros oléis a pollo quemado?Can you smell burned chicken?
Las galletas huelen a chocolate.Cookies smell like chocolate.
Nosotros olemos las rosas del jardín.We smell the roses in the garden.
Ella lo huele todo.She smells everything.
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