Spanish Conditional Tense: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need

Do you find yourself always giving advice? (If I were you, I would…) Do you always know better than your peers and enjoy “should”-ing all over people? (You should do this… You should be doing that…) Do you like to imagine fantasy worlds were you’re super rich and famous? (If I were rich, I would …

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Romanian Pronouns: Personal, Possessive, Relative, and Demonstrative

The most frequently used Romanian pronouns are personal, possessive, relative, and demonstrative. Since the grammar is derived from Latin, pronouns fall into case patterns, just like nouns. Latin-derived unstressed pronouns, as opposed to the stressed ones, increase the number of pronouns currently in use. Personal Pronouns In the category of personal pronouns, there are three …

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How to Say “Sorry” in Polish to Sound Like a (Polite) Native Speaker

Knowing how to say “sorry” in Polish can be incredibly helpful. The word has much more uses than most people give it credit for, even if it is already considered to be one of the fundamental expressions in the language. To find a use for one of the several phrases listed below, you don’t really …

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Romanian Adjectives: Endings, Comparisons, and Expressions

Adjectives in Romanian are much different from adjectives in English. Adjectives agree with nouns in gender, number and case. Unlike in English, the typical place for an adjective in a sentence is after the noun, not in front of it. Whenever an adjective preceeds a noun, the intention is purely emphatic. Adjectives may have one …

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Romanian Nouns: Gender and Declension Reference Grammar

Gender On the basis of their grammatical structure, Romanian nouns are divided into three classes (traditionally called genders): masculine, feminine, and neuter. The form of the indefinite article that accompanies a noun and the ending of the noun indicate the gender to which the noun belongs. Masculine nouns take a consonant plus –u, -e, or …

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Dar Conjugation: The Complete Guide on How to Conjugate Dar in Spanish

If you’ve ever heard Pitbull yell “¡Dale!” in one of his songs, then you have most certainly interacted with the Spanish verb dar. Dar (to give) is one of the most common verbs in Spanish, yet one of the most misunderstood! This is why the verb dar deserves its own personal guide. In this guide you’ll …

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