Inside: Common Spanish verbs every Spanish learner needs to know, and a guide for parents teaching Spanish. The Spanish language has a lot of words. It’s impossible to calculate exactly how many, but the Diccionario de la Real Academia Española (DRAE) contains about 93,000. Don’t worry, though! There’s good news for Spanish learners: only a tiny percentage of those words make their way into daily conversation. I’m going to give a brief intro explaining why high-frequency is a better way of…
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The verb “to be” in English & "ser" in Spanish are both very important verbs. They are used in many different situations. both irregular. They don’t have the same form or follow the same grammar rules as regular verbs.
Por vs Para in Spanish: When to use Por vs Para? How to remember? Here’s a quick and easy way to remember: in general “para” refers to the destination and “por” refers to the source/cause. Even the usage of Por y Para from the diccionario de la Real Academia Española (RAE) is included! You'll learn everything you need to know to understand “por and para” in this post.