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Traer Conjugation | How to Conjugate Traer in Spanish

Maria Claudia Alvarado Published on September 29, 2023

¡Hola! ¿Traes tu libro de español? Knowing how to conjugate and apply the verb traer can help you understand Spanish and express yourself better. In this article, I’ll show you all the conjugations for the verb traer. We have included conjugation tables for each tense to make things easier, but we will also see some example sentences with English translations so you can practice using the verb. After you read through this guide, you’ll have mastered this verb!

Traer means “to bring.” You will see this irregular verb used to describe what someone is bringing or to tell someone to bring something. Traer is used with tangible or intangible objects like feelings. For example, you can say “Los gatos negros no traen mala suerte” which means, “Black cats don’t bring bad luck.”

The table below shows three common Spanish verb conjugations for traer: the infinitive, the gerund, and the past participle.

traer conjugation table

Here are three example sentences that use the conjugations in Spanish of traer from the table above:

  • Infinitive:  ¿Te importaría traer tu tarea la próxima vez? / Would you care to bring your homework next time?)
  • Gerund: Estoy trayendo mis juegos de mesa favoritos. / I’m bringing my favorite board games.)
  • Past Participle: Ellos han traído una buena variedad de tés. / They have brought a good variety of teas.)

Now we will learn how to conjugate traer in all the Spanish tenses. The table below shows the different verb forms. You can click on each one of them to see the full conjugation of traer in that specific tense. 

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How to Conjugate the Spanish Verb Traer in Indicative Tense

The indicative tense is the most commonly used tense in Spanish. We use it to discuss facts, make statements, or describe actions. You can use traer in this mood to indicate who brought or will bring something. We’ll study these indicative moods: indicative present, indicative future, indicative preterite, indicative imperfect, and indicative conditional.

Indicative Present

The indicative present or simple present tense helps us talk about events in the present or near future. You can use traer in this form to describe what you or someone else is bringing in current time. For example, you can say, “Ella trae un libro para leer todos los días,” which means, “She brings a book to read every day.”

Here’s the conjugation table for traer in the indicative present tense:

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YotraigoI bring
traesYou bring
VostraésYou bring
Él/Ella/UstedtraeHe/She brings, You bring
NosotrostraemosWe bring
VosotrostraéisYou bring
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedestraenThey/You bring

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in this present form:

  • Ellos traen muñecos a la escuela. / They bring dolls to school.
  • No traemos cubiertos con nosotros. / We don’t bring cutlery with us.
  • Vos traés tu mochila a casa todos los días. / You bring your backpack home every day.

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Indicative Future

The indicative future is used to talk about events that will almost certainly happen. Traer can be used in this tense to describe what you will bring at a later time. For example, you can say “Traeremos más monedas la próxima vez que vayamos al arcade” which means, “We will bring more coins next time we go to the arcade.”

You can find the indicative future Spanish conjugation table for the verb traer below:

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YotraeréI will bring
traerásYou will bring
VostraerásYou will bring
Él/Ella/UstedtraeráHe/She/You will bring
NosotrostraeremosWe will bring
VosotrostraéreisYou will bring
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedestraeránThey/You will bring

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the indicative future tense:

  • Él traerá un abrigo la próxima vez que vaya a la montaña. / He will bring a coat next time he goes to the mountain.
  • Traeré la carta este fin de semana. / I will bring the letter this weekend.
  • Ustedes traerán a un doctor la próxima vez que su hermano se enferme. / You will bring a doctor next time your brother gets sick.

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Indicative Preterite

We use the indicative preterite tense to remember past events. With this tense, we can talk about actions that started and were completed in the past. You can use the indicative preterite conjugations of traer to point out things you brought. For example, you can say “Trajimos café para todos en la oficina” which means, “We brought coffee for everyone at the office.”

Below, you can find the conjugation table for traer in the indicative preterite tense:

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Traer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YotrajeI brought
trajisteYou brought
VostrajisteYou brought
Él/Ella/UstedtrajoHe/She/You brought
NosotrostrajimosWe brought
VosotrostrajisteisYou brought
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedestrajeronThey/You brought

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the indicative preterite tense:

  • Traje a mi perro para que pueda jugar con el tuyo. / I brought my dog so she can play with yours.
  • ¿Trajiste tu tarjeta de crédito? / Did you bring your credit card?
  • Ellos trajeron un CD de música de los 90s. / They brought a music CD from the 90s.

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Indicative Imperfect

The indicative imperfect tense lets us talk about ongoing past actions. In the case of traer, you can use this tense to remember the things you used to bring in the past. For example, you can say “Yo traía una manzana para mi abuela todas las tardes” which means, “I used to bring an apple for my grandmother every afternoon.”

Here’s the conjugation table for traer in the indicative imperfect tense:

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YotraíaI used to bring
traíasYou used to bring
VostraíasYou used to bring
Él/Ella/UstedtraíaHe/She/You used to bring
NosotrostraíamosWe used to bring
VosotrostraíaisYou used to bring
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedestraíanThey/You used to bring

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the indicative imperfect tense:

  • Tú eres quien traía las cartas misteriosas a mi casa. / You are the one who used to bring the mysterious letters to my house.
  • Vosotros siempre traías las mejores películas de terror. / You used to always bring the best horror movies.
  • Él traía una gorra porque no le gustaba su pelo. / He used to bring a cap because he didn’t like his hair.

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Indicative Conditional

The indicative conditional tense helps us talk about probabilities and theories. It can be used to talk about what would happen in the future if a separate action took place first. You can use traer in this form to discuss what you would bring to a possible event. For example, you can say “Si ganara la lotería, ella traería un convertible a casa” which means, “If she won the lottery, she would bring home a convertible.”

You can find the indicative conditional conjugation table for the verb traer below:

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YotraeríaI would bring
traeríasYou would bring
VostraeríasYou would bring
Él/Ella/UstedtraeríaHe/She/You would bring
NosotrostraeríamosWe would bring
VosotrostraeríaisYou would bring
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedestraeríanThey/You would bring

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the indicative conditional tense:

  • Si le dijeras que no te gusta su comida, él traería algo diferente. / If you told him that you don’t like her food, he would bring something different.
  • Si hago una fiesta, ¿traerían un DJ? / If I throw a party, would you bring a DJ?
  • Nosotros traeríamos el extinguidor si hubiera un incendio. / We would bring the extinguisher if there was a fire.

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How to Conjugate Traer in Perfect Tense

In Spanish, we use the perfect tense to describe past events that influence the present. To conjugate traer in the perfect tense, you need to use the auxiliary verb haber and the past participle of traer (traído). Notice that while the past participle form of traer doesn’t change, the verb haber does, so you need to pay attention to the pronouns. We’ll cover these perfect tenses: present perfect, future perfect, past perfect, conditional perfect, and preterite perfect.

Present Perfect

We use the present perfect tense to describe actions that started in the past but are still connected to the present. You can use the present perfect conjugations of traer to point out what you have brought or what someone else has brought. For example, you can say “Ella ha traído dulces para los niños” which means, “She has brought candy for the kids.” 

Here’s the conjugation table for traer in the present perfect tense:

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHe traídoI have brought
Has traídoYou have brought
VosHas traídoYou have brought
Él/Ella/UstedHa traídoHe/She has brought, You have brought
NosotrosHemos traídoWe have brought
VosotrosHabéis traídoYou have brought
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHan traídoThey/You have brought

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the present perfect tense:

  • Hemos traído fotos de nuestro viaje a Roma. / We have brought pictures of our trip to Rome.
  • Vos has traído tu carro nuevo a la escuela. / You have brought your new car to school.
  • Ustedes han traído sus mejores amigos a la fiesta. / You have brought your best friends to the party.

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Future Perfect

With the future perfect tense, we can discuss actions that will take place before others in the future. In the case of traer, you can use its future perfect conjugation to talk about what you will have brought by the time a future event takes place. You can use specific or non-specific time frames. For example, you can say “Para cuando se den cuenta, ya habrás traído los cachorros a la casa” which means, “By the time they notice, you will have brought the puppies into the house.”

Below, you can find the conjugation table for traer in the future perfect tense:

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHabré traídoI will have brought
Habrás traídoYou will have brought
VosHabrás traídoYou will have brought
Él/Ella/UstedHabrá traídoHe/She/You will have brought
NosotrosHabremos traídoWe will have brought
VosotrosHabréis traídoYou will have brought
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHabrán traídoThey/You will have brought

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the future perfect tense:

  • Para el martes, habré traído el resto de la tarea. / By Monday, I will have brought the rest of the homework.
  • Para entonces, el habrá traído las noticias del día. / By then, he will have brought the news of the day.
  • Habrán traído la comida para cuando vuelvas de hablar por teléfono. / They will have brought the food by the time you come back from talking on the phone.

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Past Perfect (Pluperfect)

The past perfect or pluperfect tense helps us describe events that took place before others in the past. The past perfect form of traer can be used to remember things you had brought before something else happened. For example, you can sayYo había traído mi cometa favorita, pero no pude volarla porque llovió” which means, “I had brought my favorite kite, but I couldn’t fly it because it rained.”

You can find the conjugation table for traer in the past perfect tense below:

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHabía traídoI had brought
Habías traídoYou had brought
VosHabías traídoYou had brought
Él/Ella/UstedHabía traídoHe/She/You had brought
NosotrosHabíamos traídoWe had brought
VosotrosHabíais traídoYou had brought
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHabían traídoThey/You had brought

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the pluperfect tense:

  • Habían traído la calabaza más grande del mercado. / They had brought the biggest pumpkin from the market.
  • Él había traído el libro equivocado a clase. / He had brought the wrong book to class.
  • Nosotros habíamos traído una cámara, pero la perdimos en el parque. / We had brought a camera, but we lost it in the park.

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Conditional Perfect

We use the conditional perfect tense to talk about possibilities, theories, or opinions. You can use the conditional perfect conjugations for traer to talk about what you would have brought in a hypothetical event. For example, you can say “Vosotros hubierais traído un regalo a la fiesta si no se hubiese cancelado” which means, “You would have brought a gift to the party if it hadn’t been canceled.”

Here’s the conditional perfect conjugation table for the verb traer

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHabría traídoI would have brought
Habrías traídoYou would have brought
VosHabrías traídoYou would have brought
Él/Ella/UstedHabría traídoHe/She/You would have brought
NosotrosHabríamos traídoWe would have brought
VosotrosHabríais traídoYou would have brought
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHabrían traídoThey/You would have brought

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the conditional perfect tense:

  • Usted habría traído todas las herramientas que necesita si hubiese prestado atención. / You would have brought all the tools you need if you had paid attention.
  • habrías traído más dinero si hubieses sabido que te iba a gustar tanto la tienda. / You would have brought more money if you had known that you were going to like the store this much.
  • Yo habría traído un suéter si hubiese sabido que iba a hacer frío. / I would have brought a sweater if I had known it was going to be cold.

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Preterite Perfect (Past Anterior)

The preterite perfect, or past anterior, is used to describe actions completed before a specific point in the past. In the case of traer, you can use its preterite perfect form to talk about something you brought before something else happened in the past. For example, you can say “Esa noche, hube traído una pala para ayudar a despejar la nieve de la entrada” which means, “That night I brought a shovel to help clear the snow from the entrance.” Keep in mind that this form of traer is rarely used in modern Spanish, but it’s still useful to learn.

Below, you can find the conjugation table for traer in the preteterite perfect tense:

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHube traídoI brought
Hubiste traídoYou brought
VosHubiste traídoYou brought
Él/Ella/UstedHubo traídoHe/She/You brought
NosotrosHubimos traídoWe brought
VosotrosHubisteis traídoYou brought
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHubieron traídoThey/You brought

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the past perfect tense:

  • Hubimos traído más recuerdos de Indonesia de los que cabían en nuestra maleta. / We brought more souvenirs from Indonesia that we could fit in our luggage.
  • Ella hubo traído una historia increíble sobre su amiga Sarah. / She brought an incredible story about her friend Sarah.
  • Vos hubiste traído el mejor regalo de Navidad para compartir esa noche. / You brought the best Christmas gift to share that night.

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How to Conjugate Traer in Subjunctive Tense

The English language doesn’t have a subjunctive tense because there are specific words or phrases that are used to convey uncertainty. In Spanish, however, the subjunctive tense is often used if you want to express wishes, hopes, or doubts. We use the verb traer in the subjunctive tense to create theories about things we could bring if a specific event took place. We’ll go over the following subjunctive tenses: present subjunctive, future subjunctive, and imperfect subjunctive.

Present Subjunctive

The present subjunctive helps us talk about wishes, hopes, doubts, or intentions. You can use traer in this tense to describe what you or someone else could bring in the current time. For example, you can say “Puede que si se lo pidas, ellos traigan a su gato” which means, “Maybe if you ask them, they can bring their cat.”

You can find the conjugation table for traer in the present subjunctive tense below: 

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YotraigaI bring
traigasYou bring
VostraigasYou bring
Él/Ella/UstedtraigaHe/She brings, You bring
NosotrostraigamosWe bring
VosotrostraigáisYou bring
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedestraiganThey/You bring

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the present subjunctive tense:

  • Quiero que traigas una regalo para mamá. / I want you to bring a present for mom.
  • No quiero que traigáis malas noticias. / I don’t want you to bring bad news.
  • No creo que traiga más cosas de las que necesito. / I don’t think I bring more things than I need.

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Future Subjunctive

We use the future subjunctive to point out things that might or could happen in future events. With the future subjunctive conjugations of traer, you can describe how what you will bring could affect an uncertain future scenario. For example, you can say “Si trajereis bebidas, podríais tener una fiesta” which means, “If you will bring drinks, you could have a party.” Keep in mind that this tense is rarely used in modern Spanish, and is often replaced with the present subjunctive.

Here’s the conjugation table for traer in the future subjunctive tense:

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YotrajereI will bring
trajeresYou will bring
VostrajeresYou will bring
Él/Ella/UstedtrajereHe/She/You will bring
NosotrostrajéremosWe will bring
VosotrostrajereisYou will bring 
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedestrajerenThey/You will bring

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the future subjunctive tense:

  • Si ustedes trajeren medicina al pueblo, serían heroes. / If you will bring medicine to the village, you would be heroes.
  • Si usted trajere los documentos necesarios, le permitiremos viajar. / If you will bring the necessary documentation, we will allow you to travel.
  • ¿Trajeres más ayuda si fuera necesario? / Will you bring more help if it is necessary?

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Imperfect Subjunctive

In Spanish, we use the imperfect subjunctive to make theories or hypothetical situations about the past and the future. You can use this tense to talk about things you wish had happened or will happen later. The imperfect subjunctive form of traer lets us express how we feel about what we brought with us. For example, you can say “Si vosotros trajeseis ratones a casa, ¡mamá se volvería loca!” which means, “If you brought mice home, mom would go crazy!”

Below, you can find the imperfect subjunctive conjugation table for the verb traer:

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
Yotrajera/trajeseI brought
trajeras/trajesesYou brought
Vostrajeras/trajesesYou brought
Él/Ella/Ustedtrajera/trajeseHe/She/You brought
Nosotrostrajéramos/trajésemosWe brought
Vosotrostrajerais/trajeseisYou brought
Ellos/Ellas/ Ustedestrajeran/trajesenThey/You brought

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the imperfect subjunctive tense:

  • Si ustedes trajesen más dinero a casa, podríamos comprar más muebles. / If you brought more money home, we could buy more furniture.
  • Si trajera tijeras conmigo, podría abrir esta caja. / If I brought scissors with me, I could open this box.
  • Si él trajera los platos a la cocina, su mamá no tendría que hacerlo por él. / If he brought the dishes to the kitchen, his mom wouldn’t have to do it for him.

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How to Conjugate Traer in Perfect Subjunctive Tense

The perfect subjunctive tense helps us convey uncertainty about past events still connected to the present. You can also use this mood to talk about wishes, hopes, and possibilities. To conjugate traer in the perfect subjunctive, you need to use the conjugated form of the auxiliary verb haber and the past participle of traer (traído). We’ll study the following perfect subjunctive tenses: present perfect subjunctive, future perfect subjunctive, and pluperfect subjunctive.

Present Perfect Subjunctive

We use the present perfect subjunctive to talk about past events still connected to the present. In the case of traer, you can use this tense to talk about how something you have brought could have (or not) affected an event in the present. For example, you can say “Que hayas traído flores no significa que puedes entrar a esta casa,” which means, “That you have brought flowers doesn’t mean that you can come into this house.”

Here’s the present perfect subjunctive conjugation table for the verb traer

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHaya traídoI have brought
Hayas traídoYou have brought
VosHayas traídoYou have brought
Él/Ella/UstedHaya traídoHe/She has brought, You have brought
NosotrosHayamos traídoWe have brought
VosotrosHayáis traídoYou have brought
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHayan traídoThey/You have brought

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the present perfect subjunctive tense:

  • Espero que ella haya traído el mismo postre que trajo la última vez. / I hope she has brought the same dessert she brought last time.
  • Quisiera que hayan traído más ganas de trabajar. / I wish they had brought more desire to work.
  • Que usted haya traído una foto no significa que puede llevarse al perro. / That you have brought a photo doesn’t mean that you can take the dog.

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Future Perfect Subjunctive

The future perfect subjunctive helps us talk about possibilities. You can use traer in this tense to explain how something you will have brought could have altered hypothetical future events. For example, you can say, “Si me hubiesen invitado a su matrimonio, hubiere traído a la banda de mi primo,” which means, “If they had invited me to their wedding, I would have brought my cousin’s band.” Keep in mind that this tense is rarely used in Spanish and is often replaced with the past or present perfect subjunctive tenses.

You can find the conjugation table for traer in the future perfect subjunctive tense below:

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHubiere traídoI will have brought
Hubieres traídoYou will have brought
VosHubieres traídoYou will have brought
Él/Ella/UstedHubiere traídoHe/She/You will have brought
NosotrosHubiéramos traídoWe will have brought
VosotrosHubiereis traídoYou will have brought
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHubieren traídoThey/You will have brought

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the future perfect subjunctive tense:

  • Si nos hubiesen avisado antes, hubiéremos traído más comida. / If you had told us before, we would have brought more food.
  • Hubieren traído ayuda si supieran dónde ocurrió el accidente. / They would have brought help if they knew where the accident occurred. 
  • Si vosotros hubiereis traído al perro, ella probablemente ya se hubiese ido. / If you had brought the dog, she probably would have left by now.

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Pluperfect Subjunctive

With the pluperfect subjunctive, we can describe events that should have or could have happened in the past. The pluperfect subjunctive form of traer allows us to talk about something we had brought if the past had been different. For example, you can say, “Si él hubiese traído su guitarra, habría habido música,” which means, “If he had brought his guitar, there would have been music.”

Below, you can find the conjugation table for traer in the pluperfect subjunctive tense:

PronounTraer ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHubiera /Hubiese traídoI had brought
Hubieras /Hubieses traídoYou had brought
VosHubieras /Hubieses traídoYou had brought
Él/Ella/UstedHubiera /Hubiese traídoHe/She/You had brought
NosotrosHubiéramos /Hubiésemos traídoWe had brought
VosotrosHubierais /Hubieseis traídoYou had brought
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHubieran /Hubiesen traídoThey/You had brought

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the pluperfect subjunctive tense:

  • Si nosotros hubiéramos traído una camára, podríamos tomar fotos. / If we had brought a camera, we could take pictures.
  • Si vosotros hubierais traído vuestro libro, podríais estudiar. / If you had brought your book, you would be able to study.
  • No tendrías sed si vos hubieses traído tu propia bebida. / You wouldn’t be thirsty if you had brought your own drink.

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How to Conjugate Traer in the Imperative Tense

The imperative tense lets us give orders, commands, or advice. You can use the imperative form of traer to order someone to bring or not bring something. Remember that if you want to use traer in the negative imperative tense, you need to add “No” instead of “Don’t.” For example, you can say “¡Trae a un doctor!” which means, “Bring a doctor!”

Here’s the conjugation table for traer in the affirmative and negative imperative form:

PronounTraer Conjugation (Affirmative)Traer Conjugation (Negative)English Meaning
¡Trae!¡No traigas!Bring!/Don’t bring!
Vos¡Traé!¡No traigas!Bring!/Don’t bring!
Él/Ella/Usted¡Traiga!¡No traiga!Bring!/Don’t bring!
Nosotros¡Traigamos!¡No traigamos!Let’s bring!/Let’s not bring!
Vosotros¡Traed!¡No traigáis!Bring!/Don’t bring!
Ellos/Ellas/ Ustedes¡Traigan!¡No traigan!Bring!/Don’t bring!

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate traer in the imperative tense:

  • ¡Traigan ayuda! / Bring help!
  • ¡No traigas ese animal cerca a mí! / Don’t bring that animal near me!
  • ¡Traed buenas noticias! / Bring good news!

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Tips for Conjugating Traer Correctly

The best way to learn to conjugate verbs in Spanish is to practice. If your goal is to be able to speak the language like a native speaker, you need to become familiar with verb use in daily life. You can practice speaking with native speakers, listen to a conversation, or use other authentic Spanish materials to develop a natural understanding of the language.

Here are a couple of common expressions you can use to practice conjugating traer. “Traes mala cara,” which literally translates to, “You bring a bad face,” is used to indicate that someone looks sick or is in a sour mood. “Trae algo entre manos,” translates to, “He/She brings something between his/her hands,” and is used to imply that someone has hidden intentions.

Ways to Practice Conjugating Traer

You will frequently see traer used in Spanish, so learning its conjugations is important. Learning to conjugate irregular verbs like traer can be tricky and frustrating at the beginning. Still, there are many ways to learn Spanish that can make this task easier.

If you want to take quick lessons in your free time, you can use Spanish apps to study the basics of the language. Spanish books are great reference tools and often provide longer grammatical explanations. However, if you want more structure and guidance in your study routine, there are also online Spanish courses that can help you develop multiple areas of language.  

Traer Conjugation FAQ

How do you conjugate the verb traer?

To conjugate the verb traer, you need to decide the time and tense for the idea you want to convey. Traer is an irregular verb, stem-changing verb, so you will need to pay attention to the changes in each conjugation. For example, if you want to conjugate traer in the perfect or perfect subjunctive tenses, you will need to use the auxiliary verb “haber” and the past participle of traer (traído).


What is the past tense of traer?

The two most common past tenses for traer are the indicative preterite (yo traje) and the indicative imperfect (yo traía). The two less common past tenses for the verb traer are the preterite perfect (yo hube traído) and the future perfect subjunctive (yo hubiere traído).

What verb is trayendo?

Trayendo is the gerund of the Spanish verb traer. Trayendo is used to tell someone what you are currently bringing. You can also use it to describe what someone is bringing in the present time. For example, you can say “Estoy trayendo una torta de cumpleaños” which means, “I am bringing a birthday cake.”

What does the verb traer mean?

The verb traer means “to bring.” You can use traer to talk about what someone is bringing or what you are bringing. This verb can be used with tangible or intangible objects. For example, you can say “No lavarse las manos puede traer enfermedades” which means, “Not washing your hands can bring illnesses.”

Maria Claudia Alvarado

Maria Alvarado is a content writer and translator from Lima, Peru. She graduated from the Savannah College of Arts and Design in 2017 with a Bachelor’s degree in Writing. She is fluent in Spanish and English, has intermediate knowledge of French and German, and is learning Japanese. She hopes to bring consciousness about the importance of language learning through her articles and aspires to learn as many languages as possible.

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