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Me Gustas Cuando Callas
Me gustas cuando callas porque estas como ausente,
Como todas las cosas estan llenas de mi alma
Me gustas cuando callas y estas como distante.
Dejame que te hable tambien con tu silencio
Me gustas cuando callas porque estas como ausente.
I Like You When You Are Quiet
I like you when you are quiet because it is as though you are absent,
Like all things are full of my soul
I like you when you are quiet and it is as though you are distant.
Let me also speak to you with your silence
I like you when you are quiet because it is as though you are absent.
Source: thue standford
This video lesson covers the present tense of the verb tener (to have). In this video lesson, we’ll go over some useful phrases with the verb: tener que, tener ganas de, tener # años
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¡Hola! This video lesson covers the incredibly useful verb tener in the present tense. Tener means ‘to have’ and in this video we’ll go over its basic usage.
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Hola. This video lesson covers regular -ER verbs in the present tense. We also learn a couple of new verbs along the way and get to practice some miscellaneous vocabulary. If you haven’tThis video does reference the videos onregular -AR verbs, which you might watch before watching this video if you haven’t yet. Enjoy!
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Hola. In this video lesson we continue learning about how to use reflexive verbswhen they come after a verb in a sentence or when they are happening (right now) in the sentence. It might not make sense if you read this, so go ahead and watch the video below!
This video is a continuation of part 1 on reflexive verbs. In this video, we also go over four new verbs that are reflexives dealing with the daily routine, but are also stem-changers (or ‘shoe verbs’). The rule of stem-changers is reviewed in this video.