Despertarse Conjugation: Present Tense & Present Progressive


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What is the correct way to say 'I wake up' in Spanish?

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1. How do you say 'Pablo and I wake up early' in Spanish?

2. You answer the phone and tell your friend: 'I am waking up.' How would you say this in Spanish?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You can evaluate what you know about using the Spanish verb 'despertarse' in the present and present progressive tenses with this quiz and worksheet combo. This resource checks your understanding of identifying the difference in the tenses and forming the appropriate word for the sentences provided.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet assesses what you know about:

  • Translating sentences into Spanish using 'despertarse'
  • Choosing the correct verb tense
  • Understanding the different endings for 'despertarse' in the present and present progressive tenses
  • Changing 'despertarse' from one tense to another

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see if you remember how to use 'despertarse' when forming sentences in Spanish
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge of the present and present progressive tenses of 'despertarse' to answer conjugation questions
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast the present and the present progressive

Additional Learning

You will find a more comprehensive review of this topic in the lesson called Despertarse Conjugation: Present Tense & Present Progressive. This lesson covers more detail about:

  • The type of verb 'despertarse' is considered
  • Using 'despertarse' in the present tense
  • When to use the present progressive
  • How to form 'despertarse' and translate it in the present progressive
  • Examples of 'despertarse' in both tenses