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  • ¿Cómo se escribe? ¿Con B o con V?
    on Apr 22, 2009 in spelling
    This is an impersonal sentence, or, sentence without a subject. There is no yo, tú, él, ella, usted, nosotros, vosotros or ellos implied. The equivalent in English would be something like: how does one say ... in Spanish?- ¿Cómo se dice sentence...
  • ¿Tú o usted?
    on Apr 21, 2009 in tú-usted
    We're going to use only one factor to determine the use of tú and usted: the age. It's thought that usted is a sign of respect for old people, and it's true.This is even a problem for Spanish people sometimes. When do we say tú or usted? What condi...
  • Ser o estar: esa es la cuestión
    on Apr 20, 2009 in estar ser
    To be or not to be... You lucky English speakers! We Spanish speakers have to deal with this distinction. The question is: is it really necessary having this other word?a) - Sí.b) - No.c) - Sí y no.Exactly, you got it. Nothing is black or white. Bu...
  • Qué and Cuál
    on Apr 20, 2009 in qué and cuál
    First of all, forget about translating these two words into English, because it'll create more confusion. It's very easy and you'll get it fast...CUÁL:1. It designates an object from a category:- ¿Cuál es la moneda de España? -> El euro. (categor...
  • Past present, present present and future present
    on Apr 20, 2009 in present
    The title of this entry might seem confusing, but it's not. Guess what I meant by that:a) you were stoned when you wrote it.b) you mistook the word present for tense.c) in Spanish you can express past, present and future with the present tense.Exactl...
  • Learning new words... and confusing them
    on Apr 18, 2009 in vocabulary
    One of the things students have more trouble with is how to remember the words: expressions, verbs, nouns, adjectives, articles, pronouns, adverbs, it's really too much!! There's literally millions of words, and the same words can even be different i...
  • Learning new words: a technique
    on Apr 18, 2009 in vocabulary
    One of the things students have more trouble with is how to remember the words: expressions, verbs, nouns, adjectives, articles, pronouns, adverbs, it's really too much!! There's literally millions of words, and the same words can even be different i...
  • Madrid es la ciudad muy bonitaIs there a mistake on the title of this entry?- Madrid es la ciudad muy bonita.Go over it again and pay attention. Maybe it sounds perfectly logical to you, but you think there's a mistake just because I'm telling you to pay attention and, who's goin...
  • What do you do in your life?
    on Apr 14, 2009 in profession occupation job
    In the first lessons of Spanish textbooks, usually you can find a list with some professions, both in masculine or feminine.- Soy camarero(a).- Soy médico(a).- Soy arquitecto(a).- Soy abogado(a).- Etc.And then when the teacher asks your profession,...
  • The Student's Corner
    on Apr 12, 2009 in doubts mistakes questions
    I want with this entry to let you write your doubts and questions and share them with other students and with me. I'll answer the questions as soon as I find a gap to do so and post it later on here. You can send your questions to this email: echodus...
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