“Correr” verb conjugation in Spanish

The Spanish verb “correr” translates to “to run” in English. It refers to the action of moving quickly on foot, typically with a sequence of steps, for exercise, sport, or to move from one place to another at a fast pace. “Correr” is a common verb used to describe the act of running in various contexts.

Conjugation of the Spanish verb “correr” (to run)

Present Indicative:

  • Yo corro (I run)
  • Tú corres (You run, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella corre (He/She runs)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras corremos (We run)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras corréis (You all run, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas corren (They run)

Preterite (Past Simple) Indicative:

  • Yo corrí (I ran)
  • Tú corriste (You ran, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella corrió (He/She ran)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras corrimos (We ran)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras corristeis (You all ran, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas corrieron (They ran)

Imperfect Indicative:

  • Yo corría (I used to run, I was running)
  • Tú corrías (You used to run, You were running, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella corría (He/She used to run, He/She was running)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras corríamos (We used to run, We were running)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras corríais (You all used to run, You all were running, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas corrían (They used to run, They were running)

Future Indicative:

  • Yo correré (I will run)
  • Tú correrás (You will run, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella correrá (He/She will run)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras correremos (We will run)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras correréis (You all will run, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas correrán (They will run)

Conditional:

  • Yo correría (I would run)
  • Tú correrías (You would run, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella correría (He/She would run)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras correríamos (We would run)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras correríais (You all would run, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas correrían (They would run)

Present Subjunctive:

  • Yo corra (That I run)
  • Tú corras (That you run, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella corra (That he/she runs)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras corramos (That we run)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras corráis (That you all run, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas corran (That they run)

Imperfect Subjunctive:

  • Yo corriera (If I ran)
  • Tú corrieras (If you ran, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella corriera (If he/she ran)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras corriéramos (If we ran)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras corrierais (If you all ran, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas corrieran (If they ran)

Imperative:

  • Tú corre (Run, informal singular)
  • Él/Ella corra (Run, formal singular)
  • Nosotros/Nosotras corramos (Let’s run)
  • Vosotros/Vosotras corred (Run, informal plural – used in Spain)
  • Ellos/Ellas corran (Run, formal plural)

Please note that “correr” is a regular -er verb in Spanish, and its conjugation follows the standard patterns for this type of verb.