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saborear (verb) — to savour, relish, taste, enjoy. Look up saborear in the dictionary

Estaba saboreando su pastel hasta que se acordó de la dieta que estaba llevando.
He was enjoying his cake until he remembered that he was on a diet.
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Old March 31, 2009, 06:18 AM
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Saboreando, sa, saboreando, saboreando,sa sa saboreando, etc. Los besos que tu me das, te juro que no los siento. Tu me besas en la oreja y soy sordo de nacimiento. Peret.
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Saboreando, sa, saboreando, saboreando,sa sa saboreando, etc. Los besos que tu me das, te juro que no los siento. Tu me besas en la oreja y soy sordo de nacimiento. Peret.

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The yo preterit is regular?

Saboreé?
Because that seems slightly awkward.
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The yo preterit is regular?

Saboreé?
Because that seems slightly awkward.
I do not know if it is regular, but you spelled it correctly. :-)
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I do not know if it is regular, but you spelled it correctly. :-)
Regular in a sense that it is not irregular . It's right
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Regular in a sense that it is not irregular . It's right
Exactly!
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The yo preterit is regular?

Saboreé?
Because that seems slightly awkward.
Saboreé is correct. However in spoken language (not written language), you will often hear saborié, because it's easier to pronounce. It is a non-standard usage, and should not be used in formal situations. This is applicable to most verbs that end in -ear.
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Ahh, I see. Thank you
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