Today we will learn case conjugation in several forms that include three moods: indicative (present, past, conditional and future)
He, she, you fall
She, she, you fall
May 10, 2021
Caerse Conjugation: Free Spanish Lesson, Quiz and PDF
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Caer and caerse mean “to fall”. Officially, the correct verb is caer, but caerse can also be used to express that a person or other living being has fallen. When referring to a person’s fall, the pronouns me, te, se, nos, os precede the reflexive verb caerse. For example: Mis amigos se cayeron.
First you need to know that caer is a stem-changing verb, so you’ll be presented with some irregular patterns in the present, past, and past tenses. In terms of usage, it’s a pretty simple word.
Caer and its reflexive form, caerse, mean almost the same thing and can even be translated the same way, typically as “to fall”. But the reflexive form of some verbs, including caer, can (but is not always) used to suggest that the action was unexpected or accidental rather than intended.
Introduction. Oír is the Spanish verb for “to hear“. It’s an irregular verb. Read below to see how it’s conjugated in the 18 main Spanish tenses!
The verb caer (conjugation) means “to fall”. It’s irregular in present. The ending er changes to the form (yo) (first person singular).