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Using the right combination of verb forms is key to efficient communication. While English has relatively few verb endings such as -s, -ing, or -ed, conjugating Spanish verbs proves much more challenging.

Spanish reflexive verbs can make matters even more complicated as they are often used differently than their English counterparts. However, in today’s article, you’ll learn all the essential facts about Spanish reflexive verbs with a lot of extras, such as tips on what to avoid and much more.

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Has your lovely Spanish neighbor who is about as old as your grandmother just said "te quiero" to you because you helped her with a heavy bag? Does she mean that she wants you? Are you confused? Well, read our article about how to say "I love you" in Spanish!

Spanish counts among the most romantic languages in the world. As you can guess there are numerous ways to say “I love you." Even those who don’t speak a word of Spanish probably know “te amo.” But beware, “te amo” is not always the best option.

Choosing an inappropriate declaration of love can lead to some awkward moments. We will teach a variety of ways to say "I love you" in all kinds of situations. You won't have to worry about making a fool of yourself when you want to let someone know how much you care about them.

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To be, or not to be, that is the question. The verb “to be” in unquestionably one of the most common verbs in any language. Actually, in English and in Spanish, it is the most used verb of all. It is especially true in the case of the English conjugated form "are."

Spanish, on the other hand, has two different verbs meaning "to be." In our article, you will learn the difference between ser and estar, which will enable you to say, for example, where, who, or even how you are. All of these phrases are extremely useful in your everyday communication!

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Don’t miss an important appointment ever again and learn how to say “when” in Spanish. Being able to discuss time is an important part of our daily communication.

Moreover, like “when” in English, cuando is not used only in questions. As a conjunction, it connects clauses and allows you to give more information about anything. Whenever you tell a story in Spanish, you’ll most likely need the word cuando. So, when will you start learning it with us?

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Don’t rely on the navigation app on your phone and learn all the essential phrases with “where” in Spanish. Getting lost somewhere and not speaking the local language is stressful. By learning to ask these simple questions with “where,” you can avoid all the drama.

On the plus side, using the Spanish dónde/where is not terribly complicated. In today’s lesson, we’ll also look into the conjugation of the basic Spanish verbs, such as ser and estar. Planning your travels will be a walk in the park from now on.

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