Doler Present Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to hurt, to ache

Verb Chart: Doler Present Tense

A mí

me duele

It hurts me
It does hurt me
It is hurting me

A nosotros

nos duele

It hurts us
It does hurt us
It is hurting us

A ti

(Juana, Juan)

te duele

It hurts you
It does hurt you
It is hurting you

A vosotros

(informal Spain)

os duele

It hurts all of you
It does hurt all of you
It is hurting all of you

A él/ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

le duele

It hurts him/her/you
It does hurt him/her/you
It is hurting him/her/you

A ellos/ellas/Uds.

les duele

It hurts them/all of you
It does hurt them/all of you
It is hurting them/all of you

Doler Present Tense Practice

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Conjugation Practice

Present Tense

Doler Present Sentence Examples

1. Me duele la cabeza.
My head hurts.
2. ¿Te duele el estómago?
Does your stomach hurt?
3. Le duelen las rodillas después de correr.
His knees hurt after running.
4. Nos duele la espalda después de trabajar muchas horas.
Our back hurts after working many hours.
5. Os duele la garganta. (Used only in Spain)
Your throat hurts.
6. A ellas les duelen los pies por usar tacones altos.
Their feet hurt from wearing high heels.
7. ¿Les duele a ustedes la muela?
Does your tooth hurt?
8. ¿Le duele a él la cabeza con frecuencia?
Does his head hurt often?
9. ¿Le duele a ella la espalda después de levantar pesas?
Does her back hurt after lifting weights?
10. Les duelen los ojos por leer mucho.
Their eyes hurt from reading a lot.