Fascinar Present Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to fascinate

Verb Chart: Fascinar Present Tense

A mí

me fascina

It fascinates me
It does fascinate me
It is fascinating me

A nosotros

nos fascina

It fascinates us
It does fascinate us
It is fascinating us

A ti

(Juana, Juan)

te fascina

It fascinates A míu
It does fascinate A míu
It is fascinating A míu

A vosotros

(informal Spain)

os fascina

It fascinates all of you
It does fascinate all of you
It is fascinating all of you

A él/ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

le fascina

It fascinates him/her/you
It does fascinate him/her/you
It is fascinating him/her/you

A ellos/ellas/Uds.

les fascina

It fascinates them/all of you
It does fascinate them/all of you
It is fascinating them/all of you

Fascinar Present Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

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Conjugation Practice

Present Tense

Fascinar Present Sentence Examples

1. Me fascinan los animales del océano.
I am fascinated by the animals of the ocean.
2. ¿Te fascina la historia del arte?
Are you fascinated by art history?
3. Le fascina la ciencia a él.
He is fascinated by science.
4. A ella le fascinan los libros de aventuras.
She is fascinated by adventure books.
5. ¿Le fascinan los deportes a usted?
Are you fascinated by sports?
6. Nos fascinan las películas de ciencia ficción.
We are fascinated by science fiction movies.
7. ¿Os fascina la música clásica a vosotros?
Are you all (Spain) fascinated by classical music?
8. Les fascinan los videojuegos a ellos.
They are fascinated by video games.
9. A ellas les fascina la astronomía.
They are fascinated by astronomy.
10. ¿Les fascina la robótica a ustedes?
Are you all fascinated by robotics?
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