Conjugate salir in El Presente (present tense)

Salir (to exit / to go out) is semi-regular in El Presente:

yo salgo
sales
él / ella / Ud. sale
nosotros / nosotras
salimos 
vosotros / vosotras
salís
ellos / ellas / Uds.   salen

Most of the endings are regular but note that the 'yo' form has a g. As with regular -ir verbs there is an accent on the í in the vosotros form. 

See and listen to these examples:

Yo salgo con mis amigos todos los fines de semana.
I go out with my friends every weekend.

sales de trabajar muy tarde.
You get out of work very late.

El gato sale a la calle por la ventana.
The cat walks out the window.

Nosotros salimos a pasear por el parque.
We go for a walk in the park.

¿Vosotras salís hoy?
Are you going out today?

Los toreros salen por la puerta grande.
The bullfighters go out by the big door.

See also: Conjugate regular -ir verbs like vivir in El Presente (present tense)

For more verbs that follow a similar pattern, see: 
Verbos yo -go (presente)

 

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Los toreros salen por la puerta grande.
The bullfighters go out by the big door.


Nosotros salimos a pasear por el parque.
We go for a walk in the park.


El gato sale a la calle por la ventana.
The cat walks out the window.


sales de trabajar muy tarde.
You get out of work very late.


Yo salgo con mis amigos todos los fines de semana.
I go out with my friends every weekend.


¿Vosotras salís hoy?
Are you going out today?


Q&A

Else

Kwiziq community member

8 October 2018

1 reply

Tú sales de trabajar muy tarde. You get out of work late - why is iy 'Muy' tarde?

Inma

Kwiziq language super star

8 October 2018

8/10/18

Muy means "very", but it is missing from the English translation, it should say "You get out of work very late". We'll change it. 

Gracias

Inma

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