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Romance Languages Verbs: Conjugations of See (voir / vedere / veure / ver / ver)

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English French Italian Catalan Spanish Portuguese
Infinitive: to see voir vedere veure ver ver
           
Present: see(s) vois vedo veig veo vejo
  vois vedi veus ves vês
  voit vede veu ve
  voyons vediamo veiem vemos vemos
  voyez vedete veieu veis vedes
  voient vedono veuen ven veem
           
Imperfect: saw/used to see voyais vedevo veia veía via
  voyais vedevi veies veías vias
  voyait vedeva veia veía via
  voyions vedevamo vèiem veíamos víamos
  voyiez vedevate vèieu veíais víeis
  voient vedevano veien veían viam
           
Preterite: saw vis vidi viu vi vi
(rare in French or Italian speech) vis vedesti veres viste viste
(alternative Catalan below) vit vide véu vio viu
vîmes vedemmo vérem vimos vimos
vîtes vedeste véreu visteis vistes
virent videro veren vieron viram
           
Future: will see verrai vedrò veuré veré verei
verras vedrai veuràs verás verás
verra vedrà veurà verá verá
verrons vedremo veurem veremos veremos
verrez vedrete veureu veréis vereis
verront vedranno veuran verán verão
           
Conditional: would see verrais vedrei veuria vería veria
verrais vedresti veuries verías verias
verrait vedrebbe veuria vería veria
verrions vedremmo veuríem veríamos veríamos
verriez vedreste veuríeu veríais veríeis
verraient vedrebbero veurien verían veriam
           
Present Subjunctive: see(s) voie veda, vegga vegi vea veja
voies veda, vegga vegis veas vejas
voie veda, vegga vegi vea veja
voyions vediamo vegem veamos vejamos
voyiez vediate vegeu veáis vejais
voient vedano, veggano vegin vean vejam
           
Imperfect Subjunctive: saw visse vedessi veiés viera visse
(rare in French speech) visses vedessi veiessis vieras visses
(alternative Spanish below) vît vedesse veiés viera visse
  vissions vedessimo veiéssim viéramos víssemos
  vissiez vedeste veiéssiu vierais vísseis
  vissent vedessero veiessin vieran vissem
           
Affirmative Imperative: see          
Singular familiar you vois vedi veges, ves ve
Singular formal you voyez veda, vegga vegi vea veja
Let's... voyons vediamo vegem veamos vejamos
Plural familiar you voyez vedete vegeu, veieu ved vede
Plural formal you voyez vedano, veggano vegin vean vejam
         
Negative Imperative: don't see          
Singular familiar you ne vois pas non vedere no vegis no veas não vejas
Singular formal you ne voyez pas non veda, vegga no vegi no vea não veja
Let's not... ne voyons pas no vediamo no vegem no veamos não vejamos
Plural familiar you ne voyez pas non vedete no vegeu no veáis não vejais
Plural formal you ne voyez pas non vedano, veggano no vegin no vean não vejam
           
Gerund: seeing
Present Participle: seeing
en voyant
voyant
vedendo
vedente
veient vendo vendo
Past Participle: seen vu veduto / visto vist visto visto
           
Auxiliary verb used in perfect tenses avoir avere haver haber ter

 

The periphrastic past in Catalan is an alternative to the preterite. It is formed by using anar as an auxiliary verb followed by the infinitive.

vaig veure
vas veure
va veure
vam veure
vau veure
van veure

There is an alternative form of the imperfect subjunctive in Spanish, which is more similar to Portuguese. Simply replace -ra- with -se- for all conjugations:

viera / viese
vieras / vieses
viera / viese
viéramos / viésemos
vierais / vieseis
vieran / viesen

The future subjunctive is only used in formal or literary Spanish, but it is easy to conjugate since it is nearly identical to the imperfect subjunctive forms. The future subjunctive in Portuguese is very common and the same endings are used for the personal infinitive (see below).

Spanish Portuguese
viere vir
vieres vires
viere vir
viéremos virmos
viereis virdes
vieren virem

The personal infinitive in Portuguese uses the infinitive as the stem + the endings of the future subjunctive.

vir
vires
vir
virmos
virdes
virem

There is an alternative form of the past perfect in Portugueuse which only uses one word rather than an auxiliary verb + past participle. These conjugations are quite similar to the imperfect subjunctive conjugations using -ra- in Spanish. However, this simple form is only used in formal or literary Portuguese. (Note that the imperfect subjunctive in Spanish using -ra- can also be used in formal or literary language as an alternative to the compound past perfect.)

vira
viras
vira
víramos
víreis
viram

 


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