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Let’s learn some new nouns you can use to talk about time, including the days of the week and the months of the year, as well as how to say things like “Wednesday the 27th” or “Friday the 14th”. We’ll get lots of practice trying to say things like this in real time!
Can you turn an English adverb into a Spanish adverb by simply ending it with “mente” instead of “ly”? Let’s talk about some of the nuances of Spanish adverbs that end with -mente, including the “false friends” (or false cognates) that can trip English speakers up, such as últimamente.
How do you say “get” in Spanish? Today we’ll explore why there’s no simple translation of “get” from English into Spanish (or any other language!). But we’ll also learn the verb Conseguir, which means “to get” in some contexts, specifically when it means “to acquire”. Practice along out loud!
How do you say “marry” in Spanish? And why does Spanish have two verbs that mean “to love”? Today we’ll explore the verb Casarse, as well as Amar, and what the difference is between Amar and Querer. We’ll also get lots of spoken practice using both Casarse and Amar in real sentence contexts.
In Spanish, are you “hungry” or do you “have hunger”? Let’s explore a bunch of Spanish nouns that can describe how you feel, including words for pain, pleasure, and pity. We’ll also get a variety of practice with these new nouns in a variety of Spanish sentences.