Salir: To Leave/Go Out

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Yo salgo  I leave
sales  You leave
El/Ella/Usted sale  He/She leaves; You (formal) leave
Nosotros/as salimos  We leave
Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes salen  They leave

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The verb “salir” has 2 meanings: To leave & to go out

To Leave

“salir” + de

Ella sale del trabajo a las 5pm.   She leaves work at 5pm.

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To Go Out

“salir” + a + “infinitive” (-ar/-er/-ir verb)

Renzo sale a bailar.                        Renzo is going out dancing.
Vamos a salir a comer.                 We are going out to eat.

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