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Imperative in Spanish

Imperative Grammar The imperative in Spanish is named like that because is used to give orders, but also it is used to give advice, instructions, suggestions, etc. Before we can use the imperative in Spanish, we need to learn the grammar. Access here to the material...

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Spanish Past stem-changing irregular verbs

Spanish past tense irregulars Everything that is not ar, eir, and ir, are called root or stem. in this case they change, this is why they are called Spanish Past stem-changing irregular verbs.  Here you have the charts of the most common irregular verbs in the past....

Prepositions with verbs llegar, volver and dejar

Prepositions "a" and "de" We are going to see the prepositions that go with the verbs llegar, volver and dejar. Also we are going to see that depending on the preposition you add to the verb it could change the meaning. Notas for this class Poner means to put Ponerse...

Reflexives with pronouns and prepositions

Spanish reflexives part ll You have to see the first part of Reflexives in order to see this class Reflexives with pronouns and prepositions.  Remember the grammar first and check this chart: So we have 3 types of reflexives the ones that you do to someone and...

Spanish reflexive verbs

 Reflexive Grammar The Spanish reflexive verbs are the verbs that need a pronoun before you conjugate the verb and the verb in infinitive always end in se like "bañarse" which means to beath oneself. You have all the vocabulary you need to study Here and the complete...

Ser vs Estar

The difference between Ser and Estar They both mean "to be" in English, so this is why you need to know the uses of Ser v Estar.  The summary of the uses are: Ser Identity (Yo soy Mara) Origin (Yo soy de Argentina) Profession (Yo soy doctora) Possession (La casa es de...

Present Perfect in Spanish

Uses of the Present Perfect in Spanish The Present Perfect in English, just in case you don't know is like saying "I have written", and in Spanish is "Yo he escrito". In Argentina and Uruguay, we don't use it that much but in most countries of Latin America, do. The...

Explanation for Por vs Para

Para and Por The problem is that Para and Por means for, that is why it needs an explanation for Por vs Para. In order to do that we have to show you the uses for the different cases and they always are used that way. Once you know it the teacher has to correct you...

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