Difference between "Ves" and "Vez" in Spanish
"Ves" is a conjugated form of the Spanish verb "ver" in second singular person of the present indicative tense ("tú ves").
It can be translated as "(you) see".
Si miras por aquella ventana, ves el mar.
(If you look out the window, you can see the sea.)
Si ves a Antonio le dices que venga.
(If you see Antonio you tell him to come.)
It is a noun. Plural: "veces".
In English it means: "time (occasion, frequency)".
Estuvo aquí una vez, pero no he vuelto a verlo.
(He was here once, but I have not seen him since.)
¿Has visto alguna vez cosa semejante?
(Have you ever seen any such thing?)
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