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The English verb "to leave" is equivalent to "me voy" in Spanish: "I am leaving", "dejé", "I left" or "I stopped". For example: “I left the keys on the table,” “I stopped smoking,” and “I am leaving now” in Spanish would be "Dejé mis llaves sobre la mesa", Dejé de fumar" y "Ya me voy". This video will help you say more than this. These sentences are just an example because with this video you will learn how to say many more useful sentences in Spanish using these common Spanish grammar structures. The verb "to leave", has many equivalents in Spanish, and if you learn all its equivalents, you will learn so much Spanish grammar, tenses, vocabulary, and more.  

Lessons

  • 1 ) How to use the verb "to leave" in Spanish: "Dejar" 00:26:51
  • 2 ) "To play" in Spanish: "JUGAR" & "TOCAR" 00:17:39
  • 3 ) "To bring" in Spanish: "Llevar" or "Traer"? 00:24:12
  • 4 ) Learn Spanish: The verb 'TO GO' "IR" "VOY" "VAS" in Spanish made easy 00:20:02
  • 5 ) Learn Spanish Grammar - Reflexive Verbs in Spanish 00:19:52
  • 6 ) The verb 'to know' in Spanish: 'SABER' and 'CONOCER' 00:21:59
  • 7 ) Me gusta - "to like" in Spanish 00:22:58
  • 8 ) Do you say 'beber' or 'tomar' in Spanish? 00:19:23
  • 9 ) 5 ways to use "TENGO" - "to have" in Spanish 00:08:09
  • 10 ) Ser or estar? [Speaking Spanish] 00:10:05
  • 11 ) Learn Spanish: Verbs & nouns around the house 00:21:23
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