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And how you can say it just like a native.


If you speak English, you already know how to say "no" in Spanish, because the two words are exactly the same. But Spanish is a bit simpler than


How do you say "I don't think you should do this" in Spanish?


How to Say “Hello” in Spanish. We've covered “good morning” and “goodnight”, but we mustn't forget the most simple Spanish greeting of them all


he didn't say a wordno dijo nada. it's (not) for him to say(no) le corresponde a él decidir. there's no saying what might happen if…es imposible decir lo


What do you think? How to say Should Have in Spanish.


Guide to Spanish confusion phrases


EDIT: NO, They are not all correct. -"No tuve" equates to "I did not receive" in English. If you want to say that you didn't have something in the past then you must use the imperfect tense which is "no tenía." -"No he tenido" is very wrong for what you want to say; it translates to: I haven't had much time.


If you're looking to learn a new language, keep in mind that the Spanish-speaking world is incredibly vast within the Western Hemisphere. In this video Vanessa teaches you How to Say I Don't Understand in Spanish.


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