Aceptar spanish verb conjugations in the main tenses

Aceptar verb conjugation in spanish

The Spanish verb “aceptar” translates to “to accept” in English. It is used to describe the action of agreeing to or receiving something, whether it’s an offer, a proposal, an idea, or a situation. “Aceptar” is a fundamental verb used in various contexts to express one’s willingness to take on or agree with something that is presented or offered. It is a common verb in both everyday conversation and formal communication.

Conjugation of aceptar (to accept) Verb conjugation in Spanish

Present Indicative

  • Yo acepto (I accept)
  • Tú aceptas (You accept, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella acepta (He/She accepts)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras aceptamos (We accept)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras aceptáis (You all accept, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas aceptan (They accept)

Preterite (Past Simple) Indicative

  • Yo acepté (I accepted)
  • Tú aceptaste (You accepted, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella aceptó (He/She accepted)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras aceptamos (We accepted)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras aceptasteis (You all accepted, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas aceptaron (They accepted)

Imperfect Indicative

  • Yo aceptaba (I used to accept, I was accepting)
  • Tú aceptabas (You used to accept, You were accepting, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella aceptaba (He/She used to accept, He/She was accepting)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras aceptábamos (We used to accept, We were accepting)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras aceptabais (You all used to accept, You all were accepting, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas aceptaban (They used to accept, They were accepting)

Future Indicative

  • Yo aceptaré (I will accept)
  • Tú aceptarás (You will accept, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella aceptará (He/She will accept)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras aceptaremos (We will accept)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras aceptaréis (You all will accept, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas aceptarán (They will accept)

Conditional

  • Yo aceptaría (I would accept)
  • Tú aceptarías (You would accept, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella aceptaría (He/She would accept)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras aceptaríamos (We would accept)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras aceptaríais (You all would accept, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas aceptarían (They would accept)

Present Subjunctive

  • Yo acepte (That I accept)
  • Tú aceptes (That you accept, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella acepte (That he/she accepts)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras aceptemos (That we accept)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras aceptéis (That you all accept, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas acepten (That they accept)

Imperfect Subjunctive

  • Yo aceptara (If I accepted)
  • Tú aceptaras (If you accepted, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella aceptara (If he/she accepted)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras aceptáramos (If we accepted)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras aceptarais (If you all accepted, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas aceptaran (If they accepted)

Imperative (Command)

  • Tú acepta (Accept, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella acepte (Accept, formal singular)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras aceptemos (Let’s accept)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras aceptad (Accept, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas acepten (Accept, formal plural)

Please note that “aceptar” is a regular verb and follows the regular -ar verb conjugation patterns in Spanish.