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Pop quiz: ¿Cuál o qué?

Pop quiz: ¿Cuál o qué?

If you’ve taken any any basic Spanish course (including ours), you will have learned that aside from ¿Cómo te llamas? (how do you call yourself?) another way to ask for someone’s name is ¿Cuál es tu nombre? (Which is your name?) Hmm… “which” is your name. That’s a...
That or What?

That or What?

Video summary: We use ‘that’ to connect 2 clauses (I hope that you are well.) or when there is a noun preceding the adjective clause (I like the cat that has light brown and black fur.) We use ‘what’ when there is no noun preceding the...
The Future Continuous Tense

The Future Continuous Tense

Exercises: Try the following exercises and see the answers by clicking the question! You must put the verbs in parenthesis into the future continuous. 1. Amy ___________ (travel) a lot next summer. Amy is going to be traveling a lot next summer. / Amy will be...
The Past Continuous Tense

The Past Continuous Tense

Exercises: Try the following exercises and see the answers by clicking the question! You must put the verbs in parenthesis into either the past simple or the past continuous. 1. Harry ___________ (walk) the dog, while Mildred ___________ (rake) the leaves. Harry was...
The Present Continuous Tense

The Present Continuous Tense

For a future planned arrangement, you can also use the present continuous. (We are leaving for Cairo tomorrow.) You can also use the present continuous to express irritating, repeated events, often with key word always. (You two are always bickering.) Exercises: Try...