Forms of Llegar  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Verb Llegar - to arrive

The verb llegar (conjugation) means "to arrive". It is a regular verb.

yo llego (I arrive)
llegas (you arrive)
Ud/él/ella llega (you/he/she arrives)
nosotros (as) llegamos (we arrive)
vosotros (as) llegáis (you guys arrive)
Uds/ellos/ellas llegan (you all/they arrive)

Sentences using llegar in the present tense

Yo llego en marzo.

      I arrive in March.

Mi hijo llega el martes.

      My son arrives on Tuesday.

¿A qué hora llega?

      What time does he arrive?

Por fin, llegamos a nuestro hotel.

      Finally, we get to our hotel.

Llegan los camareros.

      The waiters arrive.

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