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Speaking a foreign language is most frustrating when you know exactly what you want to say in your first language, but you either don't know how to say anything similar in the foreign language or anything that captures the exact nuance.
The process if less frustrating if you accept that you should not think in your first language and that you may never be able to capture the exact...
Jokes are a fun way to learn vocabulary, practice phrases in context, and review grammar. Some of the information I provide below just skims the surface, so please stay tuned for more details on topics (such as verbs like gustar, possessive pronouns, and
reflexive pronouns) or use other references for more information.
1.¿Por qué está triste el cuaderno de matemáticas?
Some students confuse adjectives and their corresponding adverbs.
Adjectives describe a noun and the adjective must agree in gender and number. In certain cases, such as mejor and peor, an adjective will only agree in number. An adverb, such as bien or mal, does not agree in gender or number; it is neutral.
Mal vs Malo/s and Mala/s
Mal is an adverb...