Verb Llevar - to carry  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Verb Llevar - to carry

The verb llevar (conjugation) is regular. It means to carry, to take or to wear. The conjugation is shown in the table below.

yo llevo (I take)
llevas (you take)
Ud./él/ella lleva (you/he/she takes)
nosotros (as) llevamos (we take)
vosotros (as) lleváis (you guys take)
Uds./ellos/ ellas llevan (you all/they take)

Sentences using llevar in the present tense

Yo llevo las maletas.

I take the suitcases.

llevas el libro.

You take the book.

La mamá lleva a los niños a jugar al parque.

The mom takes the kids to play to the park.

Os llevamos a vosotros.

We take you all.

Los muchachos llevan las maletas.

The boys take the suitcases.

llevas algo rojo.

You wear something red.

Note: llevar a cabo means "to carry out"

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