Acostarse Present Progressive Tense

Explore the versatility of acostarse in the Present Progressive Tense with our detailed verb chart, interactive practice sessions, and fun games. Learn its usage in daily sentences. Enhance your command of Spanish verbs and practice ‘acostarse’ on our specialized acostarse conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to lie down, to go to bed

Verb Chart: Acostarse Present Progressive Tense

Yo

me estoy acostando

I am going to bed (right now)

Nosotros

nos estamos acostando

we are going to bed (right now)

(Juana, Juan)

te estás acostando

you are going to bed (right now)

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

os estáis acostando

you all are going to bed (right now)

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

se está acostando

he/she/you are going to bed (right now)

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

se están acostando

they/you all are going to bed (right now)

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Present Progressive Tense

Acostarse Present Progressive Sentence Examples

1. Yo estoy acostándome temprano hoy.
I am going to bed early today.
2. ¿Tú estás acostándote ahora o vas a leer un poco?
Are you going to bed now or are you going to read a little?
3. Él está acostándose porque está muy cansado.
He is going to bed because he is very tired.
4. Ella está acostándose para descansar un poco.
She is going to bed to rest a bit.
5. Usted está acostándose más tarde de lo habitual.
You are going to bed later than usual.
6. Nosotros estamos acostándonos después de ver la película.
We are going to bed after watching the movie.
7. Vosotros os estáis acostando después de la fiesta (vosotros is used only in Spain).
You all are going to bed after the party (vosotros is used only in Spain).
8. Ellos están acostándose en sus nuevas camas.
They are going to bed in their new beds.
9. ¿Ellas están acostándose o todavía están estudiando?
Are they going to bed or are they still studying?
10. Ustedes están acostándose temprano para el viaje de mañana.
You all are going to bed early for tomorrow’s trip.
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