When you look at it, from an outsider’s point of view, it must seem a funny old word: SON But there you have it, and
You could take on the challenge and get your head round the two different ways of saying “You’re” in Spanish. It’s a bit of a
It’s time to take SER a bit further and see what else is lurking under that cute, innocent-looking word!
Choose SER (SOY = I’m /ERES = you’re /ES = she’s) if you are going to use adjectives which describe inherent personality traits or characteristics of people or things. i.e. English, Spanish, intelligent, silly, short , tall, etc.
I love patterns. The Oxford English Dictionary defines a “pattern” as;”A regular and intelligible form or sequence discernible in the way something happens or