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Just for a change we are going to look at a verb that only has one meaning: “llover” which means “to rain”. Tackling the grammar first, “llover” belongs to a[…]Read more...
“Elegir” means “to choose” and is closely related to our own Latin-based word “to elect”. “Choose” and “elect” basically mean the same thing, but in the English language we generally[…]Read more...
“Ganar” is a regular verb, like the vast majority of verbs in the Spanish language. We tend to get terribly hung up on irregularities, and admittedly there are a few[…]Read more...
“Vivir” is one of the best known Spanish verbs thanks to that great anthem “Y Viva España” rendered in Spanish by the late great Manolo Escobar. To get the grammar[…]Read more...
You have almost certainly come across the verb “bajar”, or some derivative of it, many times in the course of your everyday life in Spain. The verb itself means “to[…]Read more...