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Vestirse Present Tense

The verb “Vestirse” is one of the most commonly used verbs in the Spanish language. In the present tense, its conjugation can be a bit tricky for beginners. Our comprehensive guide will provide you with a clear verb chart, dedicated verb practice, and hands-on conjugation practice. Dive deep into the vestirse conjugation across all 16 major tenses, or explore a broader range of verbs with our detailed guide on Spanish verb conjugation.

Verb Meaning(s): To dress oneself, to get dressed.

Verb Chart: Vestirse Present Tense


me visto

I get dressed
I do get dressed
I am getting dressed


nos vestimos

we get dressed
we do get dressed
we are getting dressed

(Juana, Juan)

te vistes

you get dressed
you do get dressed
you are getting dressed


(informal Spain)

os vestís

you all get dressed
you all do get dressed
you all are getting dressed


(Sra./Dr. García)

se viste

he/she/you get dressed
he/she/you do get dressed
he/she/you are getting dressed


se visten

they/you all get dressed
they/ you all do get dressed
they/you all are getting dressed

Vestirse Present Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

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Conjugation Practice

Present Tense

Vestirse Present Sentence Examples

1. Yo me visto rápidamente.
I get dressed quickly.
2. Tú te vistes elegante para la fiesta.
You get dressed elegantly for the party.
3. Él se viste para ir al trabajo.
He gets dressed to go to work.
4. Ella se viste con estilo.
She dresses stylishly.
5. Usted se viste de forma formal.
You (formal) dress formally.
6. Nosotros nos vestimos casualmente.
We dress casually.
7. Vosotros os vestís para hacer ejercicio. (used only in Spain)
You all dress to exercise.
8. Ellos se visten de negro.
They dress in black.
9. Ellas se visten para la boda.
They (feminine) dress for the wedding.
10. Ustedes se visten para la gala.
You (plural) dress for the gala.