Verb creer - to believe  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Verb Creer - to believe

The verb creer (conjugation) means "to believe". It is irregular in different tenses. Check the present tense below.

yo creo (I believe)
crees (you believe)
Ud./él/ella cree (you/he/she believes)
nosotros (as) creemos (we believe)
vosotros (as) creéis (you guys believe)
Uds./ellos/ ellas creen (you all/they believe)

Sentences using creer in the present tense

Yo creo que hay un partido de fútbol mañana.

I believe there is a soccer game tomorrow.

¿Crees que tú vas a poder ir conmigo?

Do you think you will be able to go with me?

Ella nunca cree nada.

She never believes anything.

Nosotros creemos que ella es bonita.

We believe she is pretty.

¿Crees que te pondrás enfermo?

Do you think you will get sick?

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