spanish-verb-remorder-feel guilty

Spanish Verb REMORDER: to feel guilty

The Spanish verb remorder means 'to feel guilty' and is an irregular Spanish ER verb.

To remember this, imagine Dracula feels guilty RE: the MURDERS!

There are about 18 verbs conjugated like remorder, and for the month of September a new irregular ER verb is featured each day to enable you to consolidate the ER verb family. You will learn conmover, doler, morder, mover, promover, remover and others.

I find that the fastest and easiest way to learn REMEMBER new Spanish words is with memory trigger cartoon pictures. It makes them harder to forget.

Read on, below the REMORDER verb table...
           to feel guilty : remorder
Imagine Dracula feels guilty RE: the MURDERS!
Simple Tenses - Spanish Verb remorder
él, ella, usted
ellos, ellas, ustedes

feel guilty
remuerdo remuerdes remuerde remordemos remordéis remuerden

felt guilty
remordía remordías remordía remordíamos remordíais remordían

felt guilty
remordí remordiste remordío remordimos remordisteis remordieron

will feel guilty
remorderé remorderás remorderá remorderemos remorderéis remorderán

would feel guilty
remorddría remorddrías remorddría remorddríamos remorddríais remorddrían

may feel guilty
remuerda remuerdas remuerda remordamos remordáis remuerdan
Imperfect Subjunctive
Imperfecto de Subj.

might feel guilty
remordiera remordieras remordiera remordiéramos remordiereis remordieran
remordiese remordieses remordiese remordiésemos remordieseis remordiesen
Imperatives   Spanish Verb remorder - to feel guilty

feel guilty!
¡remuerde! ¡remuerda! ¡remordamos! ¡remorded! ¡remuerdan!
Negative Imperative
Imperativo Negativo

don't feel guilty!
¡no remuerdas! ¡no remuerda! ¡no remordamos! ¡no remordáis! ¡no remuerdan!
Compound Tenses of the Spanish Verb REMORDER  Past Participle: remordido - felt guilty
Present Perfect
Perfecto de Indicativo

have felt guilty
he remordido has remordido ha remordido hemos remordido habéis remordido han remordido
Preterit Perfect
Pretérito Anterior

had felt guilty
hube remordido hubiste remordido hubo remordido hubimos remordido hubisteis remordido hubieron remordido
Past Perfect

had felt guilty
había remordido habías remordido había remordido habíamos remordido habíais remordido habían remordido
Present Perfect Subj
Presente Perfecto Subj

may have felt guilty
haya remordido hayas remordido haya remordido hayamos remordido hayáis remordido hayan remordido
Future Perfect
Futuro Perfecto

will have felt guilty
habré remordido habrás remordido habrá remordido habremos remordido habréis remordido habrán remordido
Conditional Perfect
Condicional Perfecto

would have felt guilty
habría remordido habrías remordido habría remordido habríamos remordido habríais remordido habrían remordido
Pluperfect Subjunctive
Pluscuamperf. de sbj

might have felt guilty
hubiera remordido hubieras remordido hubiera remordido hubiéramos remordido hubierais remordido hubieran remordido
hubiese remordido hubieses remordido hubiese remordido hubiésemos remordido hubieseis remordido hubiesen remordido
Progressive Tenses REMORDER  Present Participle: remordiendo - feeling guilty
Present Progressive
Presente Progressivo

am feeling guilty
estoy remordiendo estás remordiendo está remordiendo estamos remordiendo está remordiendo están remordiendo
Preterit Progressive
Pretérito Prog

was feeling guilty
estuve remordiendo estuviste remordiendo estuvo remordiendo estuvimos remordiendo estuvisteis remordiendo estuvieron remordiendo
Imperfect Progressive
Imperfecto Prog

had been feeling guilty
estaba remordiendo estabas remordiendo estaba remordiendo estábamos remordiendo estabais remordiendo estaban remordiendo
Future Progressive
Futuro Perfecto Prog

will be feeling guilty
estaré remordiendo estarás remordiendo estará remordiendo estaremos remordiendo estaréis remordiendo estarán remordiendo
Conditional Progressive
Condicional perf. prog.

would have been ~ing
estaría remordiendo estarías remordiendo estabría remordiendo estaríamos remordiendo estaríais remordiendo estarían remordiendo
Subjunctive Progressive
Subjuntivo Progressivo

may have been ~ing
que ~ remordiendo que ~ remordiendo que ~ remordiendo que ~ remordiendo que ~ remordiendo que ~ remordiendo
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Spanish verb remorder - feel guilty remorder can also mean: to remorse.

Spanish to feel guilty is remorder el remordimiento (nm): remorse.
tener remordimientos: to feel remorse.
sentir/tener remordimientos de conciencia: to suffer pangs of conscience.

Spanish for feel guilty is remorder remorder la conciencia: to get a guilty conscience.
No te remuerdas por lo que ya pasó: Don't feel guilty about what has already happened.

you informal vos replaces - you, informal, singular -
- in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and also in some countries of Central America.
Sometimes it also replaces the formal singular 'Usted'.
In irregular ER verbs, the conjugations remain the same as for except for the addition of accents in the following tenses:
Presente:      vos remordés
Imperativo:  ¡remordé!

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