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‘To Know’ in Spanish: Saber vs. Conocer

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Do you know what saber means? What about conocer? The funny thing about saber and conocer is that they can both be translated as ‘to know.’ But they are completely separate verbs.The difference is that saber is used for talking about knowing facts, information, or how to do something, while conocer is used for talking […]

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Spanish Expressions with ‘Tener’

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One of the most common verbs in the Spanish language is tener. It means ‘to have,’ and is one of the most useful verbs!In this article, we’ll be looking at some expressions in the Spanish language that involve the word tener! Quick Navigation Conjugation of tenerPhrases where tener is used as ‘to be’Idiomatic phrasesShort but […]

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The Spanish Imperfect Subjunctive: All You Need to Know

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If I were you, I’d read on to learn about the imperfect subjunctive in Spanish. Do you see that ‘were’ in the first sentence? That’s the English version of the imperfect subjunctive!  Note the difference between ‘If I was you’ (common but incorrect) and ‘If I were you’ (correct & subjunctive). In this lesson, we’ll talk […]

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A Guide to the Spanish Indicative vs. Subjunctive

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At a certain point in your Spanish-learning journey, you come across the words ‘indicative’ and ‘subjunctive.’ In this lesson, we’ll investigate the difference between them! Quick Navigation Moods vs. TensesThe Spanish IndicativeThe Spanish SubjunctiveQuiz Moods vs. TensesOkay, so when we’re learning languages, we often learn about tenses. Tenses tell you when something happens, e.g. present, […]

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The Spanish Indicative Mood

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In this article, we’ll be looking at the Spanish indicative mood. You may not have heard of it before, but we can almost guarantee that you’ve used it! Quick Navigation Indicative: it’s a mood not a tenseWhen the indicative is usedTrigger Words and PhrasesThe tenses of the indicativeRoom for confusion?Quiz¡Fantástico! Indicative: it’s a mood not […]

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How to Express the Future Tense in Spanish Using Ir a

In this article, you’re going to find out how to express the future tense in Spanish using a neat little construction: ‘ir a + infinitive.’ Quick Navigation Two Types of Future Tense in SpanishHow to Form the Informal Future Tense in SpanishUsing the future in the past¡Ojo! (Beware!)Quiz Two Types of Future Tense in SpanishIn […]

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Spanish Prefixes: A Quick Guide

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Are you ready to get to know some prefixes? You’ll find them in so many Spanish words, and they’re really useful to know. Quick Navigation So, what is a prefix?How are Spanish Prefixes Useful?The Main Prefixes in SpanishQuiz So, what is a prefix?A prefix is a group of letters at the start of a word. […]

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An Easy Guide to Spanish Relative Pronouns

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In this article, we’ll be looking at what Spanish relative pronouns are, and how to use them. Quick Navigation What are Spanish relative pronouns?Que (‘who,’ ‘whom,’ ‘which,’ ‘that’)Quien (‘who,’ ‘whom’)Cuyo (‘whose’)El que (see que)El cual (see el que)Quiz Time! What are Spanish relative pronouns?A noun is a word that names a person or object. A […]

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Spanish Prepositional Pronouns

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This article will teach you how to use prepositional pronouns in Spanish. We’re talking about the Spanish versions of words like ‘me,’ ‘you,’ ‘him,’ ‘her,’ ‘it,’ ‘us,’ and ‘them,’ used in specific situations. Quick Navigation What are prepositional pronouns?The Spanish Prepositional PronounsUsesThe Ultimate Study Guide for Learning SpanishExceptions to the ruleSí: a special caseCon: a […]

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Spanish Nouns: How to turn Singular Spanish Nouns to Plural?

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¡Buenos días! Today we’ll talk about Spanish singular and plural nouns and we’ll look at how to make singular nouns plural.  In this easy lesson, the only background knowledge you need is that when we say a Spanish noun is ‘singular,’ it means there’s only one of them. When we refer to it as ‘plural,’ there’s more than […]

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