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    In my day-to-day work as a Spanish teacher I often find that progress in learning to speak the language is slowed down by confusion over verbs.  Spanish language learners, especially[…]

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    This week we’re going to look at a somewhat troublesome character, the verb “hacer”.  This means “to do” or “to make” which is rather fundamental.  Sometimes people ask me why[…]

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