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Parecer Present Tense

Embark on an exciting journey with “parecer” in the present tense! Uncover the secrets of this versatile verb through our easy-to-follow chart, hands-on conjugation activities, fun-filled games, and practical sentences for daily use. Explore the world of Spanish verbs further. Hone your skills by practicing various forms of “parecer” on our specialized parecer conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to seem, to appear

Verb Chart: Parecer Present Tense

A mí

me parece

It seems to me
It does seem to me
It is seeming to me

A nosotros

nos parece

It seems to us
It does seem to us
It is seeming to us

A ti

(Juana, Juan)

te parece

It seems to you
It does seem to you
It is seeming to you

A vosotros

(informal Spain)

os parece

It seems to all of you
It does seem to all of you
It is seeming to all of you

A él/ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

le parece

It seems to him/her/you
It does seem to him/her/you
It is seeming to him/her/you

A ellos/ellas/Uds.

les parece

It seems to them/all of you
It does seem to them/all of you
It is seeming to them/all of you

Parecer Present Tense Practice

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Conjugation Practice

Present Tense

Parecer Present Sentence Examples

1. Me parece interesante el libro.
The book seems interesting to me.
2. Te parece aburrida la película.
The movie seems boring to you.
3. Le parece extraña esa actitud.
That attitude seems strange to him/her.
4. Nos parece genial la idea.
The idea seems great to us.
5. Os parece difícil la tarea. (used only in Spain)
The task seems difficult to you all.
6. Les parece increíble el espectáculo.
The show seems incredible to them.
7. Me parece raro que no llame.
It seems strange to me that he/she doesn’t call.
8. Te parece buena la comida aquí.
The food here seems good to you.
9. Nos parece mal llegar tarde.
Arriving late seems bad to us.
10. Les parece divertido el juego.
The game seems fun to them.