salgo del
1. (masculine) (used to express a habitual or potential action; first person singular) 
Siempre salgo del edificio por la puerta de atrás.I always go out of the building through the back door.
Sigo aquí porque sé que, si salgo del país ahora, no podré volver nunca.I'm still here because I know that, if I leave the country now, I'll never be able to return.
2. (masculine) (used to express a specific action in the present; first person singular) 
¡Hola! Soy yo. ¿Qué haces? - Pues ahora mismo salgo del hotel con todos los demás huéspedes porque hay un incendio.Hi! It's me. What are you doing? - Well, right at this moment I'm leaving the hotel with all the other guests because there's a fire.
3. (masculine) (used to express a future action; first person singular) 
"Salgo del banco solo si atienden a todas mis demandas", le dijo el atracador a la policía."I'll only leave the bank if you meet all my demands," said the bank robber to the police.
Hoy salgo del hospital temprano porque ya pasé consulta a todos mis pacientes. - ¡Estupendo! Podríamos ir al cine.I'm leaving the hospital early today because I've already seen all my patients. - Great! We could go to the movies.
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