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Bailar Present Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to dance

Verb Chart: Bailar Present Tense



I dance
I do dance
I am dancing



we dance
we do dance
we are dancing

(Juana, Juan)


you dance
you do dance
you are dancing


(informal Spain)


you all dance
you all do dance
you all are dancing


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you dance
he/she/you do dance
he/she/you are dancing



they/you all dance
they/you all do dance
they/you all are dancing

Bailar Present Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

Conjugation Practice

Present Tense

Bailar Present Sentence Examples

1. Yo bailo salsa los fines de semana.
I dance salsa on weekends.
2. ¿Tú bailas en fiestas?
Do you dance at parties?
3. Él baila tango con su pareja.
He dances tango with his partner.
4. Nosotros bailamos en una competencia.
We dance in a competition.
5. Vosotros bailáis flamenco. (Used only in Spain)
You all dance flamenco.
6. Ellas bailan hip-hop.
They dance hip-hop.
7. Ustedes bailan en el festival.
You all dance at the festival.
8. ¿Baila él en la boda?
Does he dance at the wedding?
9. ¿Baila ella en la discoteca?
Does she dance at the club?
10. Bailan juntos en la playa.
They dance together on the beach.