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The origin of the Spanish language.
The first step is to understand how Spanish Language was born and the different influences received from others languages: English, French,... etc.
The verb Estar
We learned there are two Spanish verbs -Ser and Estar- that are the equivalent for the English verb To be. Today we´re going to study the verb Estar, its conjugation and uses.
The verb Ser
Spanish verbs "Ser" and "Estar" are both translated as “To be”. The differences in use between these two Spanish verbs is a difficult point for a lot students of Spanish. Through this lesson we’ll review and learn how to use the verb “Ser”.
Tip - Accents and Spanish Compound Words.
Do you know how accents rules work with Spanish compound words?
Tip - Spanish adjectives - Gender agreement
Adjectives qualifying two or more nouns at the same time. Should we use a masculine of feminine adjective in Spanish?
Tip of the Month - 'Comiste' or 'Comistes'??
Some people, when using the second person singular of the preterite tense, they add a final ´s´...
Tip of the Month - ¿hay? ¿ahí? ¿ay?
Their pronunciation is so similar! But they have different uses and meanings.
Tip of the Month - A vs. HA
So, what´s the difference between these two Spanish words?
Tip of the Month - About 'un' and 'uno'
Should I use "un"? "uno"? Read more!
Tip of the Month - Conjunctions -y- and -e-.
Both "y" and "e" are translated as "and", and they are conjunctions.
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