Verb andar - to walk  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Verb Andar
Overview

The verb andar (conjugation) means "to walk". In certain contexts it means "to be".

yo ando (I walk)
andas (you walk)
Ud/él/ella anda (you/he/she walks)
nosotros (as) andamos (we walk)
vosotros (as) andáis (you guys walk)
Uds/ellos/ellas andan (you all/they walk)

Me gusta andar descalza cuando estoy en casa.

I like to walk barefoot when I'm home.

Él anda más aprisa que ella.

He walks faster than her.

¿Por dónde andas?

Where are you?

Andamos enfermos.

We are sick.

Ellos andan en el concierto.

They're at the concert.

¿Andabas con Sergio?

Were you with Sergio?


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