Forms of Ver  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Verb Ver

The verb ver (conjugation) means "to see" or "to watch". It is irregular in the present tense.

yo veo (I see)
ves (you see)
Ud./él/ella ve (you/he/she sees)
nosotros (as) vemos (we see)
vosotros (as) veis (you guys see)
Uds./ellos/ ellas ven (you all/they see)

Sentences using ver in the present tense

Veo a mi madre.
I see my mother.

ves a la bailarina.
You see the dancer.

Ella ve a las niñas.
She sees the girls.

Nosotros vemos las nubes.
We see the clouds.

Vosotros veis la tele.
You all watch TV.

Ellos y ellas ven las estrellas.
They see the stars.

Present tense sentences with veo
Present tense sentences with ves
Present tense sentences with ve
Present tense sentences with vemos
Present tense sentences with ven

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