1. With a masculine singular adjective or past participle to for an abstract noun:
Lo mejor es que es muy barato. (The best thing is that it is very cheap.) Continue reading Spanish Grammar: Using the Neuter Article “Lo” (B1)
Do you know how to say “his bark is worse than his bite” in Spanish?
No es tan fiero el león como lo pintan
(the lion is not as fierce as he is painted)
Más and menos are used in several ways:
1. Plus and minus with numbers:
Uno más uno son dos (1+1=2)
Cinco menos dos son tres (5-2=2) Continue reading Spanish grammar: Más and menos (A2)
I wish everything in life were as easy as gaining weight.
Do you know how to say in Spanish how are you feeling? Below you have some examples. All of them must be uses with verb ESTAR and remember that those ending in “o” must be changed to “a” (enamorado/enamorada) to make the feminine (learn more about the feminine in Spanish.
1. When you want to make a negative question, put no before the verb in the same way that you do in statements (non-questions):
¿No vienes? (Aren’t you coming?)
¿No lo has visto? (Didn’t you see it?) Continue reading Spanish grammar: Negative and short questions (A2)
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