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    Preterite and Imperfect verb tenses.

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    Here I show ten sentences in Spanish that use both the preterite and imperfect verb tenses. By studying these sentences and their explanations, you can gain a better understanding of the different uses of these tenses, which are important for communicating effectively in Spanish. The preterite tense is used to describe specific, completed actions in […] More

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    SpaceX launch as seen from Mexico

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    This is the map showing the Space X launching/landing site and Faro Bagdad (blue mark, a lighthouse 3 or 4 miles south) which is on Playa Bagdad on the Mexican side of the border. They had the best view.       @SpaceX Starship Super Heavy Orbital Test Flight, 20th of April, 2023. As seen […] More

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    Spanish names of some international movies

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      This is a table containing the names of some international movies and their corresponding Spanish translations for Mexico.  Sometimes, movies receive a different Spanish name in Spain.   English Title Spanish Title (Mexico) Titanic Titanic The Godfather El Padrino The Lord of the Rings El Señor de los Anillos Star Wars La Guerra de […] More

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    10 expressions that are NOT so easy to figure out.

    Dar en el clavo

    Spanish is an interesting and complex language, full of colorful expressions and idioms. Learning these expressions can greatly enhance your understanding of the language and allow you to communicate more effectively with native speakers. In this post, we’ve compiled another list of 10 Spanish expressions, along with their literal translations and English equivalents. Whether you’re […] More

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    Por or Para, last minute refresher

    Let’s say that you are taking an exam about Para and Por tomorrow and you need something quick to remember the most important points The use of “por” and “para” in Spanish can be a bit tricky, but there are some general rules that can help you understand when to use each preposition: “Por” is […] More