May 8, 2020
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I’ve heard this phrase A LOT recently. Check out the tenses – there’s something …

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I’ve heard this phrase A LOT just lately.
Take a look at the tenses – there’s one thing attention-grabbing to note. ➡️ We’re speaking in regards to the future however we do not use a future tense in both language.
In Spanish it is the current subjunctive and in English it is the current easy.
🇬🇧 By the best way, if one thing is ‘over’, it means it is ‘completed’.
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Comments to I’ve heard this phrase A LOT recently. Check out the tenses – there’s something …

  • Thank You from Madrid! Gracias desde Madrid!

    merisid May 8, 2020 10:25 pm Reply
  • Which tense do you use for the rest of the sentence? Por ejemplo: Cuando todo esto pase, viajaré en avión de nuevo (?)

    rizzie_set_go May 8, 2020 10:25 pm Reply
  • Can you tell me which one to use “crees que esta chaqueta me queda mal, is it pienso que no/creo que no/me parece que no/no lo creo o no lo pienso. Are they used interchangeably?

    klayyxx May 8, 2020 10:25 pm Reply

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