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What is the present participle of Creer?

The present participle of créer is créant. This acts as a verb, though it can also become a gerund, adjective, or noun in some contexts.

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Thereof, what is the present participle of Leer?

Present Progressive of Leer the present of the verb estar + the present participle of leer, which is leyendo.

Subsequently, question is, what is the yo form of Creer? Creer Conjugations in the Subjunctive

Pronoun Verb in the subjunctive Pronunciation
creas KRAY-ahs
Él, ella, Usted crea KRAY-ah
Nosotros, nosotras creamos kray-AH-mohs
Vosotros, vosotras creáis kray-AHIYS

Just so, what does a present participle do?

The function of a present participle is to serve as an adjective, a verb, or a gerund. However, it is mostly used as a verb and an adjective to describes nouns and other verbs. Its use is more important in writing than in speaking.

What kind of verb is Creer?

In this lesson we've learned how to conjugate the verb creer (to think, believe, hope) in the present tense and the present perfect tense. The present perfect tense describes actions that have just recently happened and/or actions that still have relevance in the present.

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