Let’s learn all about how to say “sometimes” in Spanish!
I sometimes choose to study in the library. I hardly ever forget what day it is.
The words in italics are called adverbs of frequency and they’re crucial to explaining how often something occurs.
One of the most common words in this group of adverbs is “sometimes.” It’s the perfect middle ground between “always” and...Read More
Adverbs have a bad reputation. They give a lot of information, are essential to the meaning of their sentences, and still, many people don’t know how to use them.
And I’m not even talking about adverbs in a new language! Adverbs are often understood (or misunderstood) in our own native language.
Now, what about Spanish adverbs? If adverbs are complicated in English, odds are that...Read More