We all know that learning to speak a foreign language is difficult. But with effort and time, it is possible. And you don’t have to pay a fortune for hundreds of lessons either. I speak Spanish fluently and I paid for less than a dozen lessons. This is how I did it.
Find out how to use three very useful verbs 'ponerse', 'conseguir' and 'volver a' in this lesson.
'Tener' means 'to have' in Spanish and as you can imagine it combines with lots of different nouns and adjectives to make lots of different expressions. Find out how to use it along with two other popular verbs: 'quedarse' and 'caerse.'
Pasar means ‘to happen.’ For example: ‘¿Qué ha pasado con los libros?’ – what happened to the books? But it also has lots of other meanings such as to pass time and to forget about something. Find out how to use it along with 'sacar' and 'querer,' here.
Find out how to use the verbs 'tomar', 'dar' and 'parecer' to make hundreds of different expressions.