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“Suprimir” has a direct equivalent in the English language, which is the verb “to suppress” and, as often happens with words of a Latin origin, we can use our knowledge[…]Read more...
We are going to look at three verbs which have the same root but different prefixes. The first one is “progresar”, followed by “ingresar” and “regresar”. You might be forgiven[…]Read more...
“Traducir” means “to translate” which, one way or the other, we are all involved in if we are English speakers living in Spain. As usual I will look at the[…]Read more...
We are looking at the verb “cansar” even though one of its derivatives, namely “descansar” is actually more commonly heard. “Cansar” means “to tire” and is probably more familiar in[…]Read more...
The verb “soltar” means “to release” or “to loosen” and has quite a variety of different uses which I will endeavour to explain. First of all though, as usual, I[…]Read more...