How "coger" is used across the Spanish-speaking world
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La Cosas Pequeñas
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El Busca, Nosotros Buscamos, Vosotros Buscáis ¿y ellos..?
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Can’t copy and paste… Spanish slang, mainly Mexican
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Irregulars “ser” “estar” “haber” cheat sheet
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As a Filipino myself, it's always a treat to see words like "Edad", "Cada". and "Ventana" come up
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Hey guys! I made this cheat sheet for regular verb endings. I am a beginner, so feel free to correct me
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These are water shoes, why entrar/salir and not poner/sacar since they're clothing?
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momento del gringo
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Can't lie, made this from first hand experience
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I'm currently learning the conjugations of some common words, for instance "ser". Can someone provide example sentence of when 'sería' and 'sea' are used? (I've learned about other words' conjugation like querer - quería, quise, quisiera)
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Using -astes/estes/istes for 2nd person singular preterite; is this dialect form? I've seen Carlos do it more than once. (For context, he's from Guayaquil) Ecuador. Maybe it's how young people talk in the city in Ecuador?
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Trying to add Spanish to my song. Does this make sense?
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Pensaba que esto le vendría bien a alguna gente
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Ejemplo de cómo usar la tilde en sólo y solo
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I literally thought 'por' was a straight translation of 'for' XD I'm glad I did a research about it and now I know the real meaning of it haha! For learners I'm sharing a simple comparison and usage between por and para because I just learned about it and wanted to share with you! Hope it helps x
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Very helpful and informative , although El Salvador refers to Jesus Christ (as He was the Savior of the world).
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What is the meaning of 'a' in parentheses?
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Can anyone recommend similar Spanish Language music? I’m trying to learn and really enjoy this sound, which makes things easier. THANK YOU
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I saw the Spanish first and made me laugh because my mind went straight to Spain's usage of "paja"
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A Good Channel for Learners Wanting To Listen. He Speaks Slowly and Clearly, and He Talks About Interesting Topics
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Y ahora lo sabes
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This is a good discussion about the alternative uses for the verbs «tocar», «mirar», and «ver» in Spanish.
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I found this written in a geocache of sorts, and I have a question about translating it (in comments).
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why is it "de" instead of "en la mañana"?
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I found some notes from months ago of my language class (3°ESO spanish) about the use of "se" My teacher says that these are all the uses and if you don't understand my calligraphy, ask me. I hope this can help you
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Pau Donés, singer of Jarabe de Palo and a symbol of battle against cancer in Spain passed away this morning after 5 years of struggle. He created iconic songs for this language like La Flaca, Agua, Depende, Bonito... but here you have "Grita" translated into English. Hope you like it!
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Changed my phone to Spanish a while ago but there is still something I don't understand. Why is it "se te mencionó en 3 historias"? (They mentioned you in 3 stories). Shouldn't it be something like "te mencionaron"? What is the function of the"se" here?
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Latin Americans pronouncing the Z and C as they do in Spain
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Bad Spanish | Episode 1: Young Justice
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