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Food – Spanish Vocabulary

Food – Spanish Vocabulary

Posted on 25th December 2013 in Vocabulary

Foods – Spanish Vocabulary By Russell Sabo Part of learning a language is learning the culture, and there’s no greater way of learning a culture than by sampling its many different foods. Spanish speakers eat many of the same things as us English speakers, and many things that are different; some are very

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Learning Spanish Like Crazy Level 3 / Nivel 3

Learning Spanish Like Crazy Level 3 / Nivel 3

Posted on 18th December 2013 in Spanish Product Reviews

Learning Spanish Like Crazy Level 3 / Nivel 3 By Russell Sabo I’ve finally completed Learning Spanish Like Crazy Level 3 / Nivel 3! I started it in February and finished it in September. So, seven months isn’t too bad for finishing a Spanish course, at least for me. I normally listen to one lesson […]

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The Imperative – Spanish Commands

Posted on 17th December 2013 in Conjugation

The Imperative – Spanish Commands by Russell Sabo How do you tell someone what to do in Spanish? You give them a command, of course. Do this! Don’t do that! Let’s go! The Spanish command form, also called the imperative (imperativo) and mandato, is what you will use to tell somebody to do something.

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The Future Perfect Tense

Posted on 16th December 2013 in Conjugation

The Future Perfect Tense by Russell Sabo The future perfect tense, or el futuro perfecto, is used to refer to an action that happened BEFORE another future action (simple future tense, not future perfect). It can also be used to express

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The Conditional Perfect Tense

Posted on 16th December 2013 in Conjugation

The Conditional Perfect Tense by Russell Sabo The conditional perfect tense, or “el potencial compuesto,” is a compound tense used to express “would have.” For example: Yo habría cocinado pero no tenía mantequilla. – I would have cooked, but I did not have butter. You can use the conditional perfect tense to say

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The Future Tense

Posted on 16th December 2013 in Conjugation

The Future Tense by Russell Sabo In Spanish, when you want to say that somebody will do something, something will happen, or guess at probability, you will use the future tense. You can also express speculation. For English speakers, using the words “will” and “shall” convey the use of the future tense. As with all […]

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The Conditional Tense

The Conditional Tense

Posted on 11th December 2013 in Conjugation

The Conditional Tense By Russell Sabo In Spanish, the conditional tense is one of the easiest conjugations to learn. And it is also a simple matter to determine when to use it. When you wish to express an action that has conditions, politeness, probability, or an indirect quotation, use the conditional tense. Yo remaría estas […]

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