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“Querer” Conjugation in Spanish: All You Need to Know

Querer is an essential verb in Spanish to express desire. Querer can mean “to want”, but it can also mean “to love” (you may have heard that the phrase te quiero means “I love you”). As with pretty much any absolutely necessary and frequently-used Spanish verb, the verb querer is irregular, which means that it …

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Best Resources for Learning Spanish: 50+ Tips and Tools to Get Fluent Faster

So you know you want to begin learning or improve in Spanish, but finding the right tools and approaches to help you can be overwhelming. You’re looking to develop the best way to learn Spanish that’s right for you, and not take a cookie-cutter approach. If you’re like me, you took some Spanish classes earlier …

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The Impossible Made Possible: An In-Depth Guide to Spanish Pronouns

Hi, my name is Suzie and I’ve been tasked with the impossible feat of describing all the Spanish pronouns to you. I won’t claim that it’s going to be easy – in fact, Spanish pronouns are one of the last things I fully understood about the language. But they are extremely necessary, and used daily …

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Say It in Spanish: All About the “Decir” Conjugation

“Decir”, meaning to tell or to say, is a pretty important word in Spanish, because, well, how can you communicate without knowing how to say? Unfortunately, though, the “decir” conjugation is one of the most complicated of the Spanish language, with almost every tense having different irregular forms. Luckily for you, you have this article, …

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