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Salir Present Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to leave, to go out

Verb Chart: Salir Present Tense



I go out
I do go out
I am going out



we go out
we do go out
we are going out

(Juana, Juan)


you go out
you do go out
you are going out


(informal Spain)


you all go out
you all do go out
you all are going out


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you go out
he/she/you do go out
he/she/you are going out



they/you all go out
they/ you all do go out
they/you all are going out

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Present Tense

Salir Present Sentence Examples

1. Yo salgo con mis amigos los fines de semana.
I go out with my friends on weekends.
2. Tú sales de la oficina a las 6 p.m.
You leave the office at 6 p.m.
3. Él sale a correr todas las mañanas.
He goes out for a run every morning.
4. Ella sale de compras.
She goes out shopping.
5. Usted sale del país por negocios.
You (formal) leave the country for business.
6. Nosotros salimos al cine esta noche.
We’re going out to the movies tonight.
7. Vosotros salís de excursión. (used only in Spain)
You all go out on a trip.
8. Ellos salen temprano de la fiesta.
They leave the party early.
9. Ellas salen a cenar juntas.
They go out to dinner together.
10. Ustedes salen a caminar por el parque.
You (plural) go out for a walk in the park.