Verbs like gustar in Spanish may seem complicated and confusing, but I can promise you there’s an easy way to trick your brain into using this verb structure without errors!
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Language has a way of exposing our most basic assumptions about reality. When it comes to verbs like gustar, you’ll notice a striking difference between the way native English and Spanish...Read More
Stop struggling to try to teach your students how to conjugate verbs, play Spanish conjugation games in your classroom and they will learn by themselves!
Playing games is one of the best ways to learn, and when it comes to something so dry and unalluring as verb conjugations, playing games may be the best way to go.
Your students don’t want you to give them a verb...Read More
One of the most essential verbs in Spanish is tener, or “to have.” This word will get you through numerous situations, from asking a question to sharing your age to saying you need to do something.
Just because this verb is extremely common doesn’t mean that it follows the regular Spanish conjugation rules, however. The tener conjugation has several irregularities but nothing too...Read More
What would you give to become fluent in Spanish? Dar is a common verb in Spanish; however, its conjugations can be a challenge sometimes. But don’t worry, here at Homeschool Spanish Academy we have your back!
This post is all about dar and its conjugations, from the meaning of this irregular verb and its verbals to the indicative, subjunctive, and imperative conjugations in all their...Read More