I know what this means, as I have read elsewhere that "to conquer" in this sense means "to win over" or "to attract", but to conquer out of context is a bit middle ages! Is this still used in Spain "by the youth" or have any other phrases replaced it?
Spanish online reading and listening practice - level A1Here's part 4 of our series about Ángela. Last time Ángela seemed determined not to let matters of the heart complicate her life, so what will happen when her romantic and work life collide? This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Presente plus the gender and number of nouns. Need to catch up on previous installments? Here you go:
Exercise: Una vida nueva 4
Listen to the audio, then read the transcript. Click any phrase for the translation and links to related grammar lessons which you can add to your Kwiziq notebook to practise later. Text by Silvia Píriz and audio by Inma Sánchez.