Costar Present Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to cost

Verb Chart: Costar Present Tense

A mí

me cuesta

It costs me
It does cost me
It is costing me

A nosotros

nos cuesta

It costs us
It does cost us
It is costing us

A ti

(Juana, Juan)

te cuesta

It costs you
It does cost you
It is costing you

A vosotros

(informal Spain)

os cuesta

It costs all of you
It does cost all of you
It is costing all of you

A él/ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

le cuesta

It costs him/her/you
It does cost him/her/you
It is costing him/her/you

A ellos/ellas/Uds.

les cuesta

It costs them/all of A míu
It does cost them/all of you
It is costing them/all of you

Costar Present Tense Practice

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Present Tense

Costar Present Sentence Examples

1. ¿Cuánto cuesta este libro?
How much does this book cost?
2. ¿Te cuesta mucho aprender idiomas?
Do you find it difficult to learn languages?
3. Le cuesta despertarse temprano.
He finds it hard (it costs hime) to wake up early.
4. Nos cuesta creer que ya terminó el verano.
We find it hard to believe that summer is already over.
5. A vosotros os cuesta encontrar trabajo. (Used only in Spain)
You all find it difficult to find a job.
6. Les cuesta aceptar la nueva situación.
They find it hard to accept the new situation.
7. ¿Les cuesta a ustedes hacer ejercicio regularmente?
Do you all find it hard to exercise regularly?
8. ¿Le cuesta a él entender la física?
Does he find it hard to understand physics?
9. ¿Le cuesta a ella llegar a tiempo?
Does she find it hard (does it cost her) to arrive on time?
10. Les cuesta mantenerse concentrados durante mucho tiempo.
They find it hard to stay focused for a long time.