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The basic meanings of “coger” are “to pick up” and “to catch”. We may “coger un boli” (pick up a pen) or “coger la pelota” (catch the ball) or indeed[…]Read more...
This verb means “to order” or “to ask for”, “to request”. The English verbal phrase “to ask for” illustrates a particular problem for us as English speakers when we translate[…]Read more...
After eating, drinking and generally being merry, today’s verb is rather more sombre, but nonetheless very important in everyday life. The verb is “doler” meaning “to hurt”. This verb works[…]Read more...
We seem to be having a run on favourite occupations, “to eat”, “to drink” and now my personal favourite, “to sleep”. Student usually find this verb fairly easy to remember[…]Read more...
Since we have talked about eating, the obvious next priority is drinking, in other words, the verb “beber”. This seems to be one of the first Spanish words that a[…]Read more...