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Llevar, traer

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Llevar and traer are similar words in that they involve the transportation of an object. But which is used depends on how it is used.

Llevar means to take and traer means to bring.

A package that is to be transported to a place other than where you are, no matter by whom, is llevar or to take.

But if you or someone else is transporting the package to where you are then it is traer or to bring.

A side note: Traer is an irregular verb if you would like to see a quick chart on how it is conjugated try the verb conjugator in the sidebar.

  • 1

    Sidebar doesn’t work with traer.

    ekpeach on December 5th, 2007
  • 2

    It is not ‘traer’ that is the problem. It is the site where we pull the conjugation information from. Try it again and it will probably work. Seems to have the most problems in the evenings.

    David on December 5th, 2007
  • 3

    necesito más información para diferenciar los ambos

    donald on January 26th, 2012
  • 4

    Llevar es transportar algo de aquí a alla. De donde estoy a otro lugar.

    Traer es transportar algo de alla a aqui. De otro lugar a donde estoy.

    David on January 26th, 2012
  • 5

    hola como andas yo bien y vos
    soy sol

    sol carriso on April 15th, 2012


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