Verb contar - to count  

Resources Top 100 Verbs Verb Contar - to count
Overview

The verb contar (conjugation) means "to count or to tell a story, a joke". It is irregular in the present conjugation, it changes o to ue.

yo cuento (I count)
cuentas (you count)
Ud./él/ella cuenta (you/he/she counts)
nosotros (as) contamos (we count)
vosotros (as) contáis (you guys count)
Uds./ellos/ ellas cuentan (you all/they count)

Cuento contigo.

I count on you.

¿Qué cuentas?

What's new?
Jorge cuenta muchos chistes.

Jorge tells a lot of jokes.

Contamos las botellas que quedaron.

We counted the bottles that were left.

Ellos nos cuentan historias.

They tell us stories.

Cuéntame todo.

Tell me everything.


Present Tense
Past & Future
Related Topics
 
  Vocabulary Flashcards
  Vocabulary Quiz
  Photo Quiz
  Spelling Quiz
  Sentence Flashcards
  Video
  Example Sentences
  Dialogue
  Image-Sentence Match
  Word Order Quiz
  Multiple Choice Quiz
  A or B Quiz
  Fill In

Icon Legend

Icons are color coded by Spanish level:

Green = Beginner
Blue = Intermediate
Orange = Advanced


Black icons are unrelated to Spanish level:

Help
Download
Information




http://www.NuLengua.com



Popular Phrase: idiomatic expressions spanish | Ser vs Estar | Conjugated Verb: festejarse - to enjoy one's self [ click for full conjugation ]