Before we get started with this Spanish lesson, let's look at the "common Spanish verb vocabulary" list. These verbs will take you a long way, so try to memorize as many as you can. Just remember to conjugate them whenever they are used in phrases. Feel free to review how Spanish verbs are conjugated at lesson 3 to quickly review how to conjugate Spanish verbs.
These words are ranked as the most common verbs that are used in Spanish. By learning these, you will be surprised at how much Spanish you uncover. Most of these are regular verbs, meaning they follow the same conjugation rules that we went over in lesson 3. However, whenever you come across a verb that is uniquely conjugated, such as pensar (pienso, piensas, piensa, piensan, and pensamos), then I recommend navigating to this Spanish verb conjugation website to help with conjugating these challenging verbs.
Here are some phrases that you should be able to translate by yourself after studying the vocabulary words. This is great practice.
Let's not over-estimate the difficulty of saber and conocer. It's simply put like this.
That's it for this Spanish lesson. I hope you are catching on. In the next lesson we will be discussing the last important Spanish topic that will be covered in the firest half of this Spanish course. You will be learning direct object pronouns.
This quiz will assess your ability of knowing when to use saber and conocer as well as knowing how they are conjugated.
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