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Pasar Present Tense

Discover the dynamic verb “pasar” in the present tense, a gateway to engaging Spanish conversations! Our site provides a comprehensive chart, practical conjugation drills, interactive games, and useful sentences integrating “pasar.” Further your Spanish skills at our Spanish verbs section. Delve deeper into “pasar” by visiting our dedicated pasar conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to pass, to spend (time), to happen

Verb Chart: Pasar Present Tense



I pass
I do pass
I am passing



we pass
we do pass
we are passing

(Juana, Juan)


you pass
you do pass
you are passing


(informal Spain)


you all pass
you all do pass
you all are passing


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you pass
he/she/you do pass
he/she/you are passing



they/you all pass
they/you all do pass
they/you all are passing

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Present Tense

Pasar Present Sentence Examples

1. Yo paso por tu casa.
I pass by your house.
2. Tú pasas mucho tiempo leyendo.
You spend a lot of time reading.
3. Él pasa la pelota.
He passes the ball.
4. Ella pasa las vacaciones en la playa.
She spends the holidays at the beach.
5. Usted pasa por momentos difíciles.
You (formal) are going through difficult times.
6. Nosotros pasamos el rato juntos.
We spend time together.
7. Vosotros pasáis el examen fácilmente. (used only in Spain)
You all pass the exam easily.
8. Ellos pasan el día pescando.
They spend the day fishing.
9. Ellas pasan por la tienda.
They (feminine) pass by the store.
10. Ustedes pasan las páginas del libro.
You all turn the pages of the book.