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Last week I wrote about the verb “saber” meaning “to know” and we saw that it refers to knowing information or facts. There is another verb which we also translate[…]Read more...
There are two verbs in Spanish which we translate as “to know” in English. One is “conocer” which is “to know” in the sense of “to be familiar with” and[…]Read more...
This week’s verb “andar” is usually translated as “to walk” and indeed, that is what it usually means. However, it has a slightly wider application in Spanish than “walk” has[…]Read more...
Since we talked about “ir” (to go) last week, it seems only right to look at its opposite “venir” (to come) this week. This was the first word I remember[…]Read more...
I’ve decided to bite the bullet this week and write about the most irregular of all verbs – the infamous “ir” meaning “to go”. Actually you only have to look[…]Read more...