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relatarto chronicle, to recount, to relate
has an inflected form relaté in the first person singular (yo) of the tense Pretérito, Indicativo mood. It seems similar to relate. For example:
yo relaté ∼ I chronicled
relatarto chronicle, to recount, to relate
has an inflected form relate in the first person singular (yo) of the Presente tense, Subjuntivo mood. For example:
yo relate ∼ I chronicle (subj)
relatarto chronicle, to recount, to relate
has an inflected form relate in the third person singular (él/ella/usted) of the Presente tense, Subjuntivo mood. Could translate to:
él relate ∼ he chronicle (subj)
relatarto chronicle, to recount, to relate
has an inflected form relate in the third person singular (usted) of its Imperativo Afirmativo. For example:
(usted) relate! ∼ (formal you) chronicle!
to relate is an English verb. Click any of the Spanish translations below to see what we have for these verbs.
contarto count, to tell, to relate, to narrate
asociarto associate, to bracket, to map, to relate
relacionarto link, to list, to relate
narrarto narrate, to relate, to tell
referirto refer, to relate
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  • Very cute website! Found it helpful for the basics

    • prof. Tom Tomatín & team

      Thank you! We’re happy you like it!

      The website is still under development, so more advanced stuff is on its way.

      Happy conjugating!

  • Jen

    Liked the site but the ads on each site cut off the main page, making it hard to play the games I tried (ex. matching). Is there a way to change the view to get the full page covered by ads?

    • prof. Tom Tomatín & team

      Hi Jen! Thanks a lot for your feedback. We will add an option to completely hide both side columns in the Exercises section to gain more space for the central display window, where the games appear.

      • prof. Tom Tomatín & team

        It’s available now – HIDE SIDEBARS button under the NEXT button.

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