Hello, my friends! I hope you are great and ready to learn more about double negatives in Spanish. Of course, if your native language is English or if you know English, you already know that double negative sentences are not okay. However, is that possible in the Spanish language? The answer is yes, of course. … Sigue leyendo Double negative in Spanish
Hello! How are you doing? Do you know “English conditionals”? I am sure that if you have studied English, you have the knowledge about this issue. There are 4 conditionals in English: zero, first, second and third. Today, we are going to talk about zero and first conditionals. ZERO CONDITIONAL When you use it, you … Sigue leyendo Zero and First conditionals (English-Español)
Hi, there! How are you doing? One of the common questions is: "what should I use: imperfecto or indefinite tense?" You haven't got this distinction in English, but we have it in Spanish. We start! For me, it's different if I want to say: Last year I went to Madrid on holidays I used to eat … Sigue leyendo Imperfect tense or indefinite? (¿Imperfecto o indefinido?)
Hello! How are you doing? Do you want to review your Spanish GCSE? Link here and test your knowledge! Good luck! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSen7yi1yi9ZNjpVF2uVBrq4B0ACkXIVSWCq03JmZpg491L4qA/viewform?usp=sf_link Do you like it? Please, share it! I really appreciate it! Finally, if you have doubts, write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org . Take care! I hope see you in the next post! Letras … Sigue leyendo Are you ready for your Spanish GCSE?