Apr 10, 2019
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Word of the week: sonreír / to smile This example is interesting because the Sp…

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Phrase of the week: sonreír / to smile
💥 This instance is fascinating as a result of the Spanish is so brief and easy, in comparison with the English. In English we’d like one other pronoun and a preposition. .
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Comments to Word of the week: sonreír / to smile This example is interesting because the Sp…

  • 👌👌👌

    collectifentrenous April 10, 2019 3:22 pm Reply
  • When do u use “at” ? … we can say angry at me or with me? Laugh at me, or laugh of me? 😥😥😥😥

    fung_ying19 April 10, 2019 3:28 pm Reply
  • @fung_ying19 Some verbs have specific prepositions that must go after them. Unfortunately you just have to learn which preposition. There is no rule.
    For example, we always say ‘smile at’, never ‘smile to’.

    spanish_english_rosie April 10, 2019 3:40 pm Reply
  • Can this also be “he smiled at me?” How is it “she”?

    jaimefoxx April 11, 2019 3:01 am Reply
  • 😍

    amanahnisa95 April 15, 2019 10:12 am Reply

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