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the spanish verb DAR

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 The Spanish Verb Dar and Expressions Using This Verb

This lesson covers Spanish expressions using the Spanish verb “dar.” Many of these expressions can’t be translated literally to English, so I won’t give you a direct translation but I will try to say what you would say in each situation in English.

Me da igual/ Me da lo mismo: It doesn’t matter to me.

¿Qué prefieres para cenar, pasta o pollo? (Do you want pasta or chicken for dinner?)

Me da igual. (I don’t care.)

Time Expressions in Spanish

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We are going to take a look at these expressions in combination with different tenses, expressing different ideas.

When we use: Hace + time duration + Present Tense, although the situation has started in the past, the action still continues.

How To Say I Should Have or I Could Have Done Something In Spanish

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Many Spanish students have asked me how do you say I should have or I could have done something in Spanish. For example, “I should have made dinner reservations.” Lets take a look at how we express this idea in Spanish…

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Do not expect to learn Spanish very quickly. You can get frustrated when it does not happen that way. Take your time and not expect to be perfect first inning. Learning a new language should be tried in small, manageable steps. Congratulate yourself for your progress and try to avoid unrealistic goals set…

How To Describe Past Events in Spanish

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Today we will discuss how to describe past events in Spanish. Sometimes you’ll run into a old friend who you have not seen for many years. This person knows everything about your life in the past, but he/she has no idea what you are up to right now. In this lesson, we are going to learn to explain things from the past that are still the same and also how to talk about things that have changed.

Practice Spanish / Direct Object and Indirect Object

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In this lesson we are going to study direct object pronouns and indirect object pronouns.  To get a good feel for how the direct object and the indirect objects are used in real life, we are going to read a conversation between two people.   This should give you a good grasp about how to use these two pronouns in everyday conversation.  Make sure to practice them whenever you can…

Spanish Vocabulary / Quantifiers

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Spanish Vocabulary / Quantifiers

Quantifiers in the Spanish language are Spanish words that are very useful when we want to speak about statistics. Some of them use the distinction between female and male but others don’t do it. Remember that when we don’t put the noun after the adjective we are speaking in general, and it will always be masculine.

Let’s take a look. To give some examples we will talk about the work world in Argentina. You can think if it is similar in your country…

PAÍSES Y NACIONALIDADES

Paises y Nacionalidades

(Countries and nationalities)

Para presentarnos y decir nuestra nacionalidad y nuestro país de pertenencia, usamos el verbo “ ser “.   

Conjugación del verbo “ ser “ (presente):

Yo SOY

Tú  ERES

Él, Ella, Usted ES..