Vivir conjugation

Vivir Conjugation | How to Conjugate Vivir in Spanish

Leonor Garcia Published on September 18, 2023

If you are learning Spanish, the verb vivir is important to learn because it’s commonly used. In this article, you’ll learn how to conjugate vivir in all the different tenses and I’ll also give you some example sentences with translations so you can put them into practice.

Vivir means “to live.” It’s a regular verb, and is used in many different scenarios. This verb is essential because it reflects the action of living and existing. Vivir is often used in colloquial expressions like “vivir la vida,” which means, “live life.” Or, “vivir al máximo,” which means, “live life to the fullest.” Let’s take a look at the various conjugations of the verb vivir.

The table below shows you the Spanish conjugation of vivir in the infinitive, gerund, and past participle.

vivir conjugation table

Here are three example sentences that use the conjugations of vivir from the table above:

  • Infinitive: Él quiere vivir con su mejor amigo. / He wants to live with his best friend.
  • Gerund: Esoy viviendo una gran experiencia. I’m living a great experience.
  • Past Participle: He vivido aquí desde que era niña. I have lived here since I was a kid.

You’ve learned what the verb vivir means and its three main conjugation forms. Now, let’s explore how to conjugate vivir in all the different Spanish tenses. The table below shows the different Spanish tenses. Click on the one you want to learn and see the conjugated form.

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How to Conjugate the Spanish Verb Vivir in Indicative Tense

Indicative tenses help us to describe things just as they are. We mainly use them to talk about real things that are happening. The indicative mood is present in everyday Spanish conversation. It’s very helpful when we make statements, talk about facts, habits, or routines. We’ll look at the following tenses: present, future, preterite, imperfect, and conditional indicative tense.

Indicative Present

The indicative present is used to describe ongoing or near future events. Additionally, we also use it to discuss general truths or to ask questions. It’s very common to use it when we talk about routines, habits, or traditions. The present tense of the verb vivir helps us to share information about our general way of life, or about where we live. For example, “Yo vivo en Perú means “I live in Peru.”

Below you’ll find the vivir conjugation chart in the present tense:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoVivoI live
ViveYou live
VosVivísYou live
Él/Ella/UstedViveHe/She lives, You live
NosotrosVivimosWe live
VosotrosVivísYou live
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesVivenThey live, You live

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate vivir in the indicative present tense:

  • Yo vivo en Lima, Perú. / I live in Lima, Peru.
  • Ellos viven en la casa de al lado. / They live in the house next door.
  • Ella vive en ese departamento. / She lives in that apartment.

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Indicative Future

The indicative future tense is used to describe actions that will probably happen in the future. It helps us describe upcoming events and plans or make predictions. For example, “Viviré junto a la casa de mi madre” means “I will live next to my mother’s house.”

Below is the vivir conjugation in Spanish for the indicative future:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoViviréI will live
VivirásYou will live
VosVivirásYou will live
Él/Ella/UstedViviráHe/She/You will live
NosotrosViviremosWe will live
VosotrosViviréisYou will live
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesViviránThey will live, You will live

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

  • Él vivirá en Canadá el próximo año. / He will live in Canada next year.
  • Nosotros viviremos en Brasil el próximo mes. / We will live in Brazil next month.
  • Ellos vivirán en mi casa. / They will live in my house.

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Indicative Preterite

The indicative preterite tense describes actions that were completed in the past and have a clear beginning and end. It’s perfect for narrating events that happened at a specific point in time. The verb vivir in the preterite tense would be used to share something that you experienced in the past. For example, “Viví en Nueva York durante 5 años” means “I lived in New York for 5 years.”

Here’s the vivir verb chart with its conjugations in the preterite tense:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoVivíI lived
VivisteYou lived
VosVivisteYou lived
Él/Ella/UstedVivióHe/She/You lived
NosotrosVivimosWe lived
VosotrosVivisteisYou lived
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesVivieronThey lived, You lived

Here are some example sentences showing vivir conjugation in the indicative preterite tense:

  • Yo viví en esa casa hace muchos años. / I lived in that house many years ago.
  • Ella vivió con su madre hasta los 30 años / She lived with her mother until she was 30 years old.
  • Nosotros vivimos en Lima hasta el 2022. / We lived in Lima until 2022.

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Indicative Imperfect

In Spanish, the indicative imperfect tense is used to describe ongoing actions that happened in the past, routines, and past situations without focusing on their start or completion. It’s a valuable tool for a narrative or sharing past experiences in a descriptive way. For example, “Ella vivía en París rodeada de arte y cultura,” means, “She used to live in Paris surrounded by art and culture.”

Below is a table with the conjugations of the verb vivir in the imperfect tense:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoVivíaI used to live
VivíasYou used to live
VosVivíasYou used to live
Él/Ella/UstedVivíaHe/She/You used to live
NosotrosVivíamosWe used to live, You used to live
VosotrosVivíaisYou used to live
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesVivíanThey used to live, You used to live

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

  • vivías allá cuando eras niño. / You used to live there when you were a kid.
  • Yo vivía en un pueblo pequeño y tranquilo cuando era niño. / I used to live in a small and peaceful town when I was a kid.
  • Ustedes vivían en Ecuador. / You used to live in Ecuador.

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Indicative Conditional

The indicative conditional tense in Spanish talks about things you would do. It’s used to express actions that would happen based on conditions or situations that might not be real. You can also use it to be polite or make requests. 

Let’s see a table of the verb vivir in the conditional tense conjugations. 

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoViviríaI would live
ViviríasYou would live
VosViviríasYou would live
Él/Ella/UstedViviríaHe/She/You would live
NosotrosViviríamosWe would live
VosotrosViviríaisYou would live
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesViviríanThey would live, You would live

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

  • Si tuviera más tiempo, viviría en el extranjero. / If I had more time, I would live abroad.
  • Viviríamos en una casa más grande si ganáramos la lotería. / We would live in a bigger house if we won the lottery.
  • El viviría una vida más feliz si pudiera viajar constantemente. / He would live a happier life if he could travel constantly.

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How to Conjugate Vivir in Perfect Tense 

The perfect tense in Spanish adds a layer of time-related information to actions, indicating either their recent completion or their completion before another event. All perfect tenses use a conjugated form of the verb haber and the participle of vivir, which is “vivido.” When used in the perfect tenses, such as the present perfect and the past perfect, vivir is used to talk about experiences and life situations that have been finalized.

Present Perfect

The present perfect tense helps connect past experiences with the present. We use it to talk about past actions relevant to the present. This tense helps you link your past adventures, accomplishments, or learnings to something that matters now.

Below you can find the conjugation chart of vivir in the present perfect tense:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHe vividoI have lived
Has vividoYou have lived
VosHas vividoYou have lived
Él/Ella/UstedHa vividoHe/She has lived, You have lived
NosotrosHemos vividoWe have lived
VosotrosHabéis vividoYou have lived
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHan vividoThey have lived, You have lived

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

  • Yo he vivido en esta ciudad por 5 años. / I have lived in this city for 5 years.
  • ¿Tú has vivido alguna vez en el extranjero? / Have you ever lived abroad?
  • Ella ha vivido en 7 países diferentes. / She has lived in 7 different countries.

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Future Perfect

The future perfect tense describes actions that will be completed before a specific future time. That means that the future perfect is used for conversations about plans or expectations, allowing you to know how long an action will have happened until that particular moment. Using vivir with the future perfect is useful to describe personal experiences and share how long you will have experienced a certain situation or lifestyle.  

Let’s see the vivir conjugation chart in the future perfect tense:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHabré vividoI will have lived
Habrás vividoYou will have lived
VosHabrás vividoYou will have lived
Él/Ella/UstedHabrá vividoHe/She/You will have lived
NosotrosHabremos vividoWe will have lived
VosotrosHabréis vividoYou will have lived
Ellos/Ellas/UstedesHabrán vividoThey will have lived, You will have lived

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

  • Para el próximo año, nosotros habremos vivido en tres países diferentes. / By next year, we will have lived in three different countries.
  • Él habrá vivido una vida plena para cuando llegue a la vejez. / He will have lived a fulfilling life when he reaches old age.
  • Para el próximo año habré vivido en dos ciudades diferentes. / By next year, I will have lived in two different cities.

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Past Perfect (Pluperfect)

The past perfect, or pluperfect, tense in Spanish involves talking about actions that were finished before another past action. It allows us to establish a clear sequence of events in the past, indicating which action happened first. 

Below is the conjugation table of the verb vivir in the past perfect:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHabía vividoI had lived
Habías vividoYou had lived
VosHabías vividoYou had lived
Él/Ella/UstedHabía vividoHe/She/You had lived
NosotrosHabíamos vividoWe had lived
VosotrosHabías vividoYou had lived
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHabían vividoThey had lived, You had lived 

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

  • Cuando llegamos, él ya había vivido con su mejor amigo por muchos años. / When we arrived, he had already lived with his best friend for many years.
  • Ella había vivido en esa ciudad antes de mudarse al extranjero. / She had lived in that city before moving abroad.
  • Antes de poner a la venta el departamento, ya habíamos vivido en él por algunas semanas. / Before putting the apartment up for sale, we had already lived in it for a few weeks.

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Conditional Perfect

The conditional perfect lets us talk about things that might have happened in the past if certain conditions were met. It’s used to speculate about events that could have happened but didn’t. In essence, the conditional perfect tense with the verb vivir lets you imagine past situations that might have happened if things were different.

Let’s see a table with the conjugations of the verb vivir in the conditional perfect:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHabría vividoI would have lived
Habrías vividoYou would have lived
VosHabrías vividoYou would have lived
Él/Ella/UstedHabría vividoHe/She would have lived, You would have lived
NosotrosHabríamos vividoWe would have lived
VosotrosHabríais vividoYou would have lived
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHabrían vividoThey would have lived, You would have lived

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

  • Si hubiera tenido la oportunidad, habría vivido en el extranjero. / If I had had the chance, I would have lived abroad
  • Ella habría vivido una vida diferente si hubiera tomado decisiones distintas.  / She would have lived a different life if she had made different choices
  • Ellos habrían vivido en París si hubieran tenido más tiempo. / They would have lived in Paris if they had had more time

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Preterite Perfect (Past Anterior)

The preterite perfect, or past anterior, tense in Spanish is used to show that one action was finished before another in the past. It’s an outdated verb tense and it is mostly used in more formal or literary contexts.

Below is the vivir conjugation in the preterit perfect tense:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHube vividoI had lived
Hubiste vividoYou had lived
VosHubiste vividoYou had lived
Él/Ella/UstedHubo vividoHe/She/You had lived
NosotrosHubimos vividoWe had lived
VosotrosHubisteis vividoYou had lived
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHubieron vividoThey had lived, You had lived

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

  • Cuando llegamos a la ciudad, hube vivido en muchas partes del mundo. / When we arrived in the city, we had lived in many parts of the world. 
  • Hubieron vivido vidas caóticas antes de convertirse en monjes. / They had lived chaotic lives before becoming monks.
  • hubiste terminado tus deberes antes de la cena. / You had finished your homework before dinner.

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How to Conjugate Vivir in Subjunctive Tense

The Spanish subjunctive tense is the mood that expresses feelings, wishes, and possibilities. It adds emotion (and uncertainty) to the verbs. When we’re not simply stating facts, but instead expressing hopes, doubts, or possibilities, we turn to the subjunctive tense. It’s used with phrases like “what if” and “I wish” to bring an uncertain touch to the language.

Present Subjunctive

The present subjunctive in Spanish serves as a tool to express a range of emotions, wishes, desires, doubts, and imaginary circumstances. It’s employed when we talk about actions that aren’t complete or certain. The present subjunctive often involves phrases that convey these emotions or doubts such as “quiero que” (I want that), “es posible que” (it’s possible that), and “dudo que” (I doubt that). These phrases introduce a level of uncertainty to the discussed action.

Below is the conjugation of vivir in the present subjunctive:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoVivaI live
VivasYou live
VosVivasYou live
Él/Ella/UstedVivaHe/She lives, You live
NosotrosVivamosWe live
VosotrosViváisYou live
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesVivanThey live, You live

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

  • Tu madre quiere que tú vivas tus sueños al máximo. / Your mother wants you to live your dreams to the fullest.
  • Yo espero que él viva una vida llena de alegía. / I hope he lives a life full of joy.
  • Mi hermana no cree que nosotras vivamos cerca de tu casa. / My sister doesn’t think we live close to your house.

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Future Subjunctive

The future subjunctive in Spanish is a bit of a rare bird. It’s used to point out uncertain events in the future. But here’s the catch: people don’t use it all that much in everyday conversations. This tense is typically used to express actions that may occur in the future but are hypothetical, or dependent on certain conditions. It is often found in conditional statements, expressions of doubt, wishes, and polite requests. 

Let’s see the conjugation of the verb vivir in the future subjunctive tense:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoViviereI will live
VivieresYou will live
VosVivieresYou will live
Él/Ella/UstedViviereHe/She will live, You will live
NosotrosViviéremosWe will live
VosotrosVivieréisYou will live
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesVivierenThey will live, You will live 

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

  • Espero que tú vivieres una vida llena de aventuras y experiencias emocionantes. / I hope you will live a life full of adventures and exciting experiences. 
  • Si ellos vivieren en una ciudad cosmopolita, experimentarían diversas culturas. / If they will live in a cosmopolitan city, they would experience various cultures.
  • Si nosotros viviéremos en la playa, nos relajaríamos todos los días. / If we will live at the beach, we would relax every day. 

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Imperfect Subjunctive

The imperfect subjunctive in Spanish steps in when we want to convey past desires, doubts, emotions, or hypothetical scenarios.  It often follows phrases like “quisiera que” (I would like that), “dudaba que” (I doubted that), or “ojalá” (I hope), and it brings attention to actions that were uncertain or unreal in the past. 

Unlike the preterite tense, which is used for completed actions in the past, the imperfect subjunctive emphasizes the unreality of actions. When combined with the verb vivir, it allows us to explore past experiences with a touch of uncertainty or imagination.

Let’s take a look into the vivir imperfect subjunctive conjugation:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YovivieraI lived
vivierasYou lived
VosvivierasYou lived
Él/Ella/UstedvivieraHe/She lived, You lived
NosotrosviviéramosWe lived
VosotrosvivieraisYou lived
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesvivieranThey lived, You lived

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

  • Yo quería que vivieras en esta casa tan bonita. / I wanted you to live in that beautiful house.
  • Nosotros no creíamos que ellos vivieran en esa ciudad antes. / We didn’t believe that they lived in that city before.
  • Él siempre deseaba que vosotros vivieráis cerca de nosotros. / He always wished that you lived near us.

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How to Conjugate Vivir in Perfect Subjunctive Tense

The perfect subjunctive in Spanish is like a magnifying glass for the past. It’s used to talk about actions that happened before another past action or at a specific point in the past. It’s like looking closely at the timeline of events and saying, “By the time this happened, that had already happened.” It’s often used to convey doubt, possibility, emotion, or hypothetical situations. This tense combines the conjugation of the auxiliary verb “haber” with the past participle of the verb vivir (vivido).

Present Perfect Subjunctive

In Spanish, the present perfect subjunctive is a versatile tense that enables us to discuss actions that have taken place before the present moment but it emphasizes their relevance or connection to the here and now. This tense conveys a sense of timelessness, pointing out that these past actions still hold significance or impact the current situation. Whether expressing experiences, desires, or conditions that persist, the present perfect subjunctive allows us to convey a sense of continuity between the past and the present, providing a rich and nuanced tool for effective communication in Spanish.

 Let’s see how to conjugate vivir in the present perfect subjunctive tense:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHaya vividoI have lived
Hayas vividoYou have lived
VosHayas vividoYou have lived
Él/Ella/UstedHaya vividoHe/She has lived, You have lived
NosotrosHayamos vividoWe have lived
VosotrosHayais vividoYou have lived
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHayan vividoThey have lived, You have lived

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

  • Espero que hayas vivido en otro país y experimentado diferentes culturas. / I hope you have lived in another country and experienced different cultures.
  • Ojalá que ellos hayan vivido en esa hermosa casa durante años. / I wish they have lived in that beautiful house for years.
  • Dudo que hayamos vivido en un lugar tan pintoresco como este. / I doubt we have lived in such a picturesque place like this.

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Future Perfect Subjunctive

The future perfect subjunctive is a verb form that is useful for imagining what could be completed before other future events. It helps us look ahead by saying, “By that point, this action will already be done.” The future perfect subjunctive of vivir helps you ask about unrealized or unreal experiences that would have been completed before a certain future event. It talks about what might have been from a future perspective.

Let’s see how to conjugate the verb vivir in the future perfect subjunctive:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHubiere vividoI will have lived
Hubieres vividoYou will have lived
VosHubieres vividoYou will have lived
Él/Ella/UstedHubiere vividoHe/She will have lived, You will have lived
NosotrosHubiéremos vividoWe will have lived
VosotrosHubiereis vividoYou will have lived
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHubieren vividoThey will have lived, You will have lived

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

  • Cuando llegues, hubiere vivido aquí por diez años. / When you arrive, I will have lived here for ten years.
  • Si hubieras ganado la lotería, hubieres vivido una vida de lujo. / If you had won the lottery, you would have lived a life of luxury.
  • Espero que para el año 2030, todos hubiéremos vivido en paz. / I hope that by the year 2030, we will have lived in peace.

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Pluperfect Subjunctive

The pluperfect subjunctive in Spanish is used when we want to talk about something that happened before another past action. With the pluperfect subjunctive, we look back in time and say, “If I had known, I would have…” It’s a way to express “what ifs” and regrets in the past. The pluperfect subjunctive of the verb vivir helps you discuss experiences that would have been fully lived before a specific point in the past.

Let’s see vivir conjugation in the pluperfect subjunctive tense:

PronounVivir ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHubiera vividoI had lived
Hubieras vividoYou had lived
VosHubieras vividoYou had lived
Él/Ella/UstedHubiera vividoHe/She had lived, You had lived
NosotrosHubiéramos vividoWe had lived
VosotrosHubierais vividoYou had lived
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHubieran vividoThey had lived, You had lived

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

  • Antes de que llegáramos a la ciudad, ellos ya hubieran vivido en varios países diferentes. / Before we arrived in the city, they had already lived in several different countries.
  • Si ella hubiera vivido en la gran ciudad, habría experimentado un estilo de vida completamente diferente. / If she had lived in the big city, she would have experienced a completely different lifestyle. 
  • Ojalá que ellos hubieran vivido en esta hermosa casa antes de mudarse. / I wish they had lived in this beautiful house before moving.

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How to Conjugate Vivir in the Imperative Tense

The imperative tense in Spanish is like giving orders or making polite requests. It’s a way to directly address someone. The imperative form varies based on the pronoun being used and whether the command is affirmative or negative. For affirmative commands, the verb often changes to a different form, while in negative commands, we add “no” before the verb. The imperative tense is commonly used in everyday casual conversations and it’s also a resource for inspirational phrases. For example, “¡Respira profundo y vive el momento!” means, “Take deep breaths and live the moment!”

Below is a table with the conjugation of the verb vivir in the imperative tense

PronounVivir Conjugation (Affirmative)Vivir Conjugation (Negative)English Meaning
ViveNo vivasLive/Don’t Live
VosVivíNo vivásLive/Don’t Live
Él/Ella/UstedViveNo viveLive/Don’t Live
NosotrosVivamosNo vivamosLive/Don’t Live
VosotrosVividNo viváisLive/Don’t Live
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesVivanNo vivanLive/Don’t Live

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

  • ¡Vive el momento al máximo! /  Live the moment to the fullest!
  • ¡Vivid el cada día como si fuera el último! /  Live each day as if it were the last!
  • ¡No vivan preocupados por el futuro! / Don’t live worried about the future!

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Tips for Conjugating Vivir Correctly

The verb vivir isa regular “-ir” verb, so that means that it follows a regular pattern for most tenses. Focus on learning the basic endings for each mood and practice writing and speaking. Exposure to the language will help you understand when to use each tense accurately.

It’s important to prioritize communication over perfect conjugations. Native speakers value your effort to convey ideas, even if conjugations are not “perfect.” Engage in conversation when possible, and remember that progress matters more than perfection.

Here are a couple of common expressions that you can use if you want to practice with vivir. “¡Déjame vivir a mi manera!” means “Let me live my way!” and “No me dejas vivir! Es muy molesto.” which means “You don’t let me live! This is annoying.” Now you know a few common phrases to get you started.

Ways to Practice Conjugating Vivir

Learning verb conjugations is an important part of practicing Spanish, and different resources can complement your learning journey. You can use an all-around Spanish app or one that focuses on a specific skill like verb conjugation. Or you may prefer Spanish language books with included conjugation exercises to reinforce your skills. You can also try online Spanish courses if you prefer multimedia lessons.

There are many different ways of learning Spanish, so find what suits you best. Engage in conversations with native Spanish speakers to be able to use conjugations in a natural way. Remember that consistent practice is the key to mastering verb conjugations and becoming proficient in the Spanish language.

Vivir Conjugation FAQ

How do you conjugate the verb vivir?

To conjugate the verb vivir in Spanish, you need to change its ending to match the subject and tense. Each conjugation corresponds to a specific subject pronoun, and the verb “vivir” changes accordingly to express who is performing the action of living.

What is the past tense of vivir?

The past tense of vivir in Spanish has two main forms: the preterite tense and the imperfect tense. The preterite tense is used to describe actions that were completed in the past and have a specific beginning and end.

What verb is viviendo?

Viviendo is the gerund form of the Spanish verb vivir, and it means living. The gerund form is used to convey ongoing actions, emphasize the progressive nature of actions, and describe activities that are happening at a particular moment.

What does the verb vivir mean?

The verb vivir in Spanish means “to live.” It refers to the state of being alive and experiencing life, as well as engaging in various activities and moments throughout one’s existence. These can go from describing where one resides to discussing experiences, dreams, aspirations, and more.

Leonor Garcia

Leonor García is a Peruvian ESL teacher with a bachelor's degree from Universidad Nacional Federico Villarreal. She is fluent in Spanish and English and is currently learning Portuguese. She is passionate about cultural exchange and using languages to drive globalization. Through her writing and teaching, Leonor aims to help people achieve their language learning goals. Connect with Leonor on LinkedIn.

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