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    “Poner” is another verb which has a rather wide range of meanings.  The basic translation of “to put” is similar to “to place”.  “Pone el libro en la mesa” (she[…]

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  • Dar

    This week’s verb is “dar” which means “to give”.  It is a very basic verb in Spanish because as well as meaning “give” it has a lot of derivatives and[…]

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  • Abrir

    “Abrir” means “to open” and is used in all the usual ways we use “to open” in English, that is, referring to doors, windows, shops and your mouth.  Grammatically is[…]

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    The verb “decir” is one of the most useful words in the whole language.   It is the equivalent of both “to say” and “to tell” in English, and it would[…]

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