Salir – to leave, go out

Leaving a Spanish Verb

Salir means "to leave" or "to go out":

Por ejemplo …

¿A qué hora salen los niños? When do the children leave?
Salimos cada noche a las ocho.    We go out every night at 8.
¿Sales hoy o mañana? Are you leaving today or tomorrow?
Salgo ahora. I’m leaving now.

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Salir conjugations

Present tense

yo salgo    nosotros  salimos
sales vosotros salís
él, ella, Ud. sale ellos, ellas, Uds. salen

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Spanish quizzes Salir Conjugations Quiz

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