This is Part 2 ( as the title suggests) of an introduction to the Spanish verbs “SABER” and “CONOCER” – both meaning “to know” in
SABER AND CONOCER…Is there a difference? “True knowledge is in knowing that you know nothing!” Socrates, Greek philosopher ( 470 -399 B.C.) Good Ol’ Socrates…he
Rush, rush, rush. ………………………………..”¡PRISA, PRISA, PRISA!” If you want to learn Spanish, there are a few basic concepts you MUST have under your belt. One
I’ll never forget the night I met my very first ‘false friend’ and made one of my biggest mistakes in Spanish.
Of course, it’s not always as cut and dried as that, and there are all sorts of different factors and circumstances which can affect language acquisition in a person’s life.
You might think you’ll feel like you’re drowning yourself in the language fast and but not to worry, you will soon learn how to swim!
It’s not for everyone, but here are 5 reasons why you should at least consider Spanish language Immersion if you have the time (and the up-front finance for it.)