Present Tense Forms of buscar  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Verb Buscar - to look for, search for

The verb buscar (conjugation) means "to search for" or "to look for".

yo busco (I search for)
buscas (you search for)
Ud/él/ella busca (you/he/she searches for)
nosotros (as) buscamos (we search for)
vosotros (as) buscáis (you guys search for)
Uds/ellos/ellas buscan (you all/they search for)

Sentences using buscar in the present tense

Busco la terminal norte.

I am looking for the north terminal.

buscas algo bonito.

You look for something nice.

¿Qué busca?

What are you looking for?

Nosotros buscamos nuestras sillas.

We look for our chairs.

Ellos buscan a su hermana.

They look for their sister.

Yo debía buscar las llaves.

I was supposed to look for the keys.

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