Possible Results:
-I fall
See the entry forcaigo.
-I fall
Presentyoconjugation ofcaer.


Spanish Verb Conjugations 
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I go down)
a. I fall
Si caigo en ese pozo, me quebraré las piernas.I fall in that hole, I'll break my legs.
2. (I'm defeated)
a. I fall
Soy el portaestandarte. Si caigo, los soldados se verán desmoralizados.I'm the standard-bearer. If I fall, the soldiers will lose morale.
b. I'm caught
La policía me sigue. Si caigo, voy a confesar todo.The police are after me. I'm caught, I'm going to confess everything.
3. (I take the bait)
a. I fall for it
Me quisieron engañar. Casi caigo.They tried to trick me. I almost I fall for it.
4. (I visit)
a. I show up
Si caigo en la casa de Benjamín sin avisar, no le va a gustar.I show up at Benjamin's house without notice, he won't like it.
b. I drop in
Cuando caigo en lo de mis abuelos, siempre me ofrecen comida.Every time I drop in my grandparent's place, they always offer me food.
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