soler – to tend to

soler (irr. v) – to tend to, be in the habit of


suelo, sueles, suele, solemos, soléis, suelen

Past imperfect:

solía, solías, solía, solíamos, solíais, solían

Other tenses rarely (if ever) used.

Almost always soler + infinitive

solemos comer en familia entre semana – we generally eat as a family during the week

suele llover mucho en septiembre – it usually rains a lot in September

solía venir cada lunes – she used to come every Monday

When the past (imperfect) is used it implies that the events described no longer occur at all.

soler – to tend to was last edited on 2020-08-04  
Topic: Spanish