Verb leer  

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The verb leer (conjugation) means "to read". It is irregular.

yo leo (I read)
lees (you read)
Ud/él/ella lee (you/he/she reads)
nosotros (as) leemos (we read)
vosotros (as) leéis (you guys read)
Uds/ellos/ellas leen (you all/they read)

Yo leo un periódico.

      I read a newspaper.

lees el periódico por las mañanas.

      You read the newspaper in the mornings.

Juan lee el libro.

      Juan reads the book.

Leemos el periódico.

      We read the newspaper.

Cecilia y tú leéis el periódico.

      Cecilia and you read the newspaper.

Mis padres leen el libro.

      My parents read the book.


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