What are the conjugations for dormir?

What are the conjugations for dormir?

Conjugating the Spanish Verb Dormir (to Sleep)

Conjugation Translation
yo duermo I sleep
tú duermes You (informal) sleep
él/ella/ello/uno duerme He/she/one sleeps
usted duerme You (formal) sleep

What is present progressive of dormir?

Present Progressive of Dormir. We use the present progressive to talk about what someone is doing at the very moment of speaking. To form the present progressive, we conjugate the verb estar in the present and we add the present participle of dormir, which is durmiendo. Notice the change in the stem vowel from o to u!

What is the affirmative command of dormir?


inglés él/ella/usted
Affirmative Imperative Sleep! duerma
Negative Commands Don’t sleep! no duerma

What is the Imparfait of dormir?

Simple Conjugations of the Irregular French Verb “Dormir”

Present Imperfect
tu dors dormais
il dort dormait
nous dormons dormions
vous dormez dormiez

How do you conjugate the word dormir in French?

The dormir conjugation tables below show how to form the French verb dormir according to tense and person. To listen to the pronunciation of a given tense of dormir, click on the loudspeaker icon at the bottom of the table. See the notes on the conjugation of dormir at the end of this page.

Is the word dormir a regular verb in Spanish?

You’re probably tired of reading this, but dormir is definitely not a regular verb. We sure like our exceptions in Spanish! Dormir is considered irregular as it doesn’t follow the usual pattern for Spanish verbs.

Is the verb dormire an intransitive or transitive verb?

Dormire is a transitive verb (meaning it takes a direct object) or an intransitive verb (meaning does not take a direct object). It is conjugated with the auxiliary verb avere. In Italian, third-conjugation verbs, even regular third-conjugation verbs, can be tricky to master.

Is the word dormir a stem changing verb?

Dormir is considered irregular as it doesn’t follow the usual pattern for Spanish verbs. However, it is more accurately called a stem-changing verb, just like pensar or servir, as only the last vowel of the stem tends to change. In this case, the “o” in “dorm” tends to change to “ue”.

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