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 (Part 1) How to say “I know” in Spanish.
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
One of the most embarrassing Spanish mistakes for beginners: ‘Estar caliente’ or ‘Tener calor’
I’ll never forget the night I met my very first ‘false friend’ and made one of my biggest mistakes in Spanish.
Tenemos…We’ve got…a lot of stuff!
It’s Saturday afternoon and you’re starting to feel a bit down as you have no great plans for this evening, but then your friend rings with great news and tells you to cheer up and that all is not lost.
‘They are…crazy’ in Spanish?
But really, when would you ever need to say “They’re crazy” in Spanish? Very, very unlikely, right? That might be true, but only because it’s
¿Estáis bien? Are you (guys) Okay?
Sometimes Spanish can be a bit tricky, but only if it’s not following the same pattern as your native language. It really isn’t tricky at