Month: January 2021

Present Continuous Tense (Simplified)

“It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up.” – Babe Ruth The present continuous (also called the present progressive) tense indicates that an action has already started in the past and it’s still going on, and may continue into the future. Let’s look at the image below to understand more. In the above picture, the girl started singing in the past and she is still singing, and this action of singing will continue in future. Let’s understand this with another example: You’re in a restaurant. The waiter has served the food. You’re eating now. Now you get...

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Introductions, Greetings, and Farewells in Spanish

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Mark Twain In this post you’ll learn the basic introduction, common greetings and different ways to say goodbye to someone in Spanish. This post can also help you if you’re traveling to a Spanish speaking country and want to impress someone by speaking un poco de español (a little bit of Spanish). There are several ways to introduce ourselves, greet people at different times of the day, and say goodbye. Let’s start with common and useful greetings and basic introduction: Hola – Hello/Hi Hola is the most basic for of greetings...

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