Preterite - Verb Salir - to go out   By Ron Slone

Spanish Grammar Preterite Tense Verb Salir - to go out
Overview

The verb salir (conjugation) means "to leave" or "to go out". The table below shows the conjugation in the preterite tense.

yo salí I left
saliste you left
Ud./él/ella salió you/he/she left
nosotros/as salimos we left
vosotros/as salisteis you guys left
Uds./ellos/ellas salieron you all/they left

Let's look at some example sentences:

Salí a tomarme un refresco.
I went out to have a softdrink.

Le dijiste que saliste corriendo.
You said that you left running.

Salió corriendo.
He (she) left running.

Pedro y yo salimos juntos durante dos años y luego nos prometimos.
Pedro and I dated for two years and then we got engaged.

¿Qué horas eran cuando salieron de clase?
What time was it when you got out of class?

Las chicas salieron por la puerta de salida.
The girls went out through the gate.


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