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Reflexive verbs in Spanish

We use reflexive verbs in Spanish when a person is also the object of the action. Read more

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Using Past & Future in Spanish – AR verbs

Using the past and future tense in Spanish is very easy. For the past just remove the AR ending and add É. For the future keep the AR ending and add ARÉ Read more

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Telling the time in Spanish

In Spanish you ask “¿Qué hora es?” to ask “What time is it?” Read more

SABER VS. CONOCER IN SPANISH

 Saber: Data, information, factsYO SE QUÉ ES (I know what something is)

YO SE CÓMO (I know how to)

YO SE DÓNDE (I know where)

YO SE POR QUÉ (I know why)

YO SE QUIÉN (I know who)

YO SE CUANDO (I know when)

 

Conocer: To be acquainted with

YO CONOZCO BIEN (I know something or someone well)

YO CONOZCO A UNA PERSONA (I know a person)

YO CONOZCO UN RESTAURANTE (I know a restaurant)

YO CONOZCO UNA CIUDAD (I know a city)

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