Are you tired of struggling to learn Spanish verb conjugation?
Today we will discuss how you can learn verb conjugation in Spanish without even studying it.
In fact, I’m going to explain why you shouldn’t study it…
And how studying conjugations does not lead to becoming fluent in Spanish.
Today we will discuss the Conditional Tense in Spanish and when and how to use the Spanish conditional tense.
Test yourself to see how well you know it!
Today I want to show you my language learning routine for the New Year because I think it will help you build your own perfect Spanish-learning routine.
Recently I wrote an article about 7 ways to learn Spanish in 2022. After publishing that article, I received some questions, asking me about my daily language learning routine.
So today I will tell you how I’m approaching my own language learning journey this year…
That way you can take the information to help you create your own language learning routine.
Saber and Conocer. If you go to Google Translate right now and type each of these words, you will see that they both translate to “to know” in English.
Even though both of them translate the same way, they are used in different contexts and are not interchangeable.
This is why they trip up many people that are trying to learn Spanish.
They cause a lot of problems for students that aren’t Native Spanish speakers.
So in today’s article, we will cover the differences between saber and conocer so that you can use them correctly.
Are you looking to Learn Spanish fast in 2022? If so then you will love this article. That’s because today we will show you 7 of the best ways to Learn Spanish faster this year.
If you put Qué vs Cuál into a Spanish translator it will tell you that Qué means what and that Cuál means which.
But there’s a problem…
Qué can also mean which and cúal can also mean what.
If I ask you ¿Qué libro prefieres?”, that means “Which book do you prefer?”
Or if I ask you ¿Cuál es tu problema? – that means “What is your problem?”
So as you can see…
In those two examples, the word qué meant “which” and cuál meant “what.”
So what is the difference between the two?
And how can you know when to use one rather than the other?
Don’t worry because that’s what we will be talking about in today’s article and then we will have a little quiz for you to help you master this topic.