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“Haber” is not a verb for the faint-hearted. I will do my best to explain it, but hold on tight if you’re not too interested in grammar. I’ll do my[…]Read more...
“Estudiar” is a verb that should cause us few problems either in its formation or its meaning. In fact, I would bet that everyone reading this either knows, or can[…]Read more...
Most foreigners who come to live in Spain assimilate the verb “vender” unconsciously because of the proliferation of the sign “se vende” which of course means “for sale”. If we[…]Read more...
The verb “recordar” means “to remember” and also “to remind”. I think it´s fairly easy to remember the meaning of “recordar” if we associate it with the English verb “to[…]Read more...
I think “nacer” is a really interesting verb, if indeed verbs are ever interesting. “Nacer” means “to be born”. Notice that we don´t translate the “to be” part of the[…]Read more...