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As often happens when we translate words from one language to another, the verb “tocar” has more than one meaning. The most obvious basic meaning is “to touch” and an[…]Read more...
The best verb to use when talking about our understanding (or lack of it) in Spanish is “entender”. This goes against what a lot of English speakers like to think,[…]Read more...
I can hardly believe that I haven´t written about “tomar” yet. It is such a useful verb for so many simple everyday activities, although it tends to be tricky for[…]Read more...
“Sacar” is one of those verbs that Spanish language learners tend to overlook even though it is very commonly used. Its basic meaning is “to take out” as in: “Sacó[…]Read more...
If you have lived in Spain for any length of time you will surely be familiar with the verb “pagar” (to pay). When you wish to pay for a drink[…]Read more...