Pasear Present Progressive Tense

Explore pasear in the Present Progressive Tense through our detailed verb chart, interactive exercises, and real-world examples. Learn its use in describing leisurely walks and outings. Visit our Spanish verbs page for more insights. Develop your ‘pasear’ skills on our pasear conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to take a walk, to stroll

Verb Chart: Pasear Present Progressive Tense


estoy paseando

I am strolling (right now)


estamos paseando

we are strolling (right now)

(Juana, Juan)

estás paseando

you are strolling (right now)


(informal Spain)

estáis paseando

you all are strolling (right now)


(Sra./Dr. García)

está paseando

he/she/you are strolling (right now)


están paseando

they/you all are strolling (right now)

Pasear Present Progressive Tense Practice

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Present Progressive Tense

Pasear Present Progressive Sentence Examples

1. Yo estoy paseando a mi perro en el parque.
I am walking my dog in the park.
2. ¿Tú estás paseando por el centro de la ciudad?
Are you strolling through the city center?
3. Él está paseando en bicicleta por la playa.
He is riding his bike along the beach.
4. Ella está paseando en el jardín botánico.
She is walking in the botanical garden.
5. Usted está paseando para relajarse después del trabajo.
You are taking a walk to relax after work.
6. Nosotros estamos paseando por el mercado al aire libre.
We are strolling through the open-air market.
7. Vosotros estáis paseando por el casco antiguo de la ciudad (vosotros is used only in Spain).
You all are walking through the old town of the city.
8. Ellos están paseando en canoa por el río.
They are paddling a canoe down the river.
9. ¿Ellas están paseando a sus mascotas en el parque?
Are they walking their pets in the park?
10. Ustedes están paseando por las calles empedradas del pueblo.
You all are walking through the cobblestone streets of the town.
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