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How to Express Opinions in Spanish

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How to Express Opinions in Spanish TH

After you’ve mastered the basics of Spanish, it’s a natural next step to learn how to express opinions, as it can make your conversations so much more interesting. Imagine a day where you couldn’t say how you felt about anything! table of contents Asking for someone’s opinionSaying what you like and dislikeImportant verbsCreer (to believe)Pensar […]

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Passive Voice in Spanish (‘ser + past participle’ construction)

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In this article, we will run you through the Spanish passive voice. Hang tight and let’s go! Table of Contents What is the passive voice?Sometimes it’s best avoided …‘Ser’ + past participlePast participlesPast participles: irregularsLet’s agree to agree‘Por’Quiz What is the passive voice?First of all, it’s important to remember that the passive is a voice, […]

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Expressing Likes and Dislikes in Spanish

Expressing Likes and Dislikes in Spanish TH

Maybe you like learning languages, swimming, or going to parties. Or maybe you dislike studying, physical activity, and social events—whatever it is you like or dislike, this article aims to teach you how to express that in Spanish! Quick Navigation What is it that you like/dislike?Saying that you like somethingSaying why you like it!Positive adjectivesSaying […]

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How to Describe Similarities in Spanish

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¡Hola! In this article, we’re going to see how to compare things—specifically, how to say that things are similar. Describing similarities in Spanish is a great skill to have, and it can be done using a selection of verbs, nouns, adjectives, and adverbs. We’ll also teach you some idiomatic phrases! Quick Navigation Spanish Verbs of […]

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Get to Know the Compound Prepositions in Spanish

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¡Hola! You may have heard of prepositions, but do you know what Spanish compound prepositions are? Read on to find out more. Quick Navigation What is a Spanish compound preposition?Common Spanish Compound Prepositions: LocationTimeReasonOthers:Quiz What is a Spanish compound preposition?The first thing we need to know is what an ordinary preposition is! Prepositions are usually […]

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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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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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