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Im not sure when to use each of these tenses. Are they interchangable?
when would you use soler (imperfect) + verb rather than the actual imperfect of the verb? For example why in the first example above wouldnt you say
instead of Yo solía cantar
In Spanish, to express to the / in the + masculine singular noun (a + el), you use the contraction al.
Granada es una ciudad del sur de España.Granada is a city in the south of Spain.
I am confused by this list of words like tener. Is it correct that DETENER means both to stop and arrest? This seems logical. MANTENER seems to mean both maintain and to keep, but what is the distinction between MANTENER and MATENER? Does SOSTENER mean both to support and to maintain? Does it also mean to sustain?
Whenever I click on the link for the lesson on conjugating ‘Hacer’ en el Futuro Simple I am brought here for conjugating ‘Salir’ en el Futuro Simple.
I’d be most grateful if you could check this out of me.
Please could you tell me, how would you know which to use here-
‘Yo no he sido’- it wasn’t me
‘Yo no fui’- it wasn’t me
Vas a/para casa de Inés
Wouldn't there be "la" before casa?Then if "a" or "para" is correct why don't we get "no banana" if we used "para"? In this case using "a" instead of "para" is more correct?