Leo = I read.
Yo no quiero leer.
Yo no puedo ni leer ni escribir en español
Aguamarina. Yo soy español lo siento no se puede leer esto.
To read = leer Conjugated in the nosotros form: Leemos
"I like to read magazines" is an English equivalent of the Spanish phrase ¡Me gusta leer revistas! The exclamation also translates as "I like reading journals (newspapers, periodicals)!" in English. The pronunciation will be "mey GOO-sta ley-ER rey-VEE-stas" in Uruguayan Spanish.
leer means to read .... in that case you would use it like this... yo leer un libro I read a book
El pone. Yo Pongo
That is the correct spelling of "leer" (facial expression).The Spanish verb leer means "to read."
You just said can you text a read LEER-Read in Spanish
Era is the imperfect yo ("I") form of the Spanish verb ser ("to be"). Without the subject pronoun, it may translate as "He was," "It was," "She was" or "You were" according to English contexts. The pronunciation will be "(yo) EY-ra" in Uruguayan Spanish.
In the "Yo" form(I), it is "No me gusta"