How to Conjugate Vivir in the Present Tense in Spanish
Today, I will show you how to conjugate vivir in the present tense in Spanish.
Vivir, means “to live” in Spanish and in really easy to conjugate in the present tense. As you can see vivir is an ir verb. To form the present tenses in Spanish, you simply have to drop the ir ending and then apply the correct tail below.
yo vivo (I live)
tú vives (you live) (informal)
él vive (he lives)
ella vive (she lives)
usted vive (you live) (formal)
nosotros vivimos (we live)
ustedes viven (you all live)
ellos viven (they live) for all males or mixed group (plural)
ellas viven (they live) all female (plural)
Now, I want you to view some examples below of how to conjugate vivir in the present tense in Spanish:
Yo vivo en este vecindario. I live in this neighborhood.
¿Vives tú en esa casa roja? Do you live in that red house?
La escuela está muy cerca adonde él vive. The school is very close to where he lives.
Ella vive en Argentina. She lives in Argentina.
Los muchachos viven en con padres. The boys live with their parents.
¿Donde viven ustedes? Nosotros vivimos en New York = Where do you all live? We live in New York.
¿Vive usted en este edificio? Do you live in this building?
I hope that these brief examples above have helped you to see how to conjugate vivir in the present tense in Spanish.