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Spanish Idioms Overview
This is the Spanish Idioms Overview.
The Spanish idioms are ordered according to the CEFR level scale.
What Are Idioms?
Idioms are phrases or sentences, that have a particular meaning, that you would not be able to understand, from the individual words.
Essentially there are phrases that have a particular meaning.
You would not be able to deduce the meaning just by looking at the phrases.
For example, if you say that a pair of shoes suits someone, then you are actually saying that it looks good on someone. You are not talking about the size.
In A0/A1 you will learn the fundamentals of Spanish idioms.
In A1 you will learn about the beginner’s principles of Spanish idioms
In A2 you will learn about the elementary principles of Spanish idioms
In B1 you will learn about the intermediate principles of Spanish idioms.
In B2 you will learn about the upper intermediate principles of Spanish idioms.
In C1 you will learn about the advanced principles of Spanish idioms.
Me llamo = My name is
Soy de = I am from
¿Cómo está(s)? = How are you?
Vivo en = I live in
Tengo [número] años = I am [number] years old
Hay = There is / There are
When to use Ser
When to use Estar
Talking About the Weather
Using gustar to say that you like [doing] something
Vez/Veces = Time/Times
Time in Spanish
Tener Que = To Have To
I would like
Using doler to say that something hurts
Using necesitar to express a need (to do something)
Like in Spanish
How to use Hubo
How to use Había
Ago in Spanish
How to Make General Statements
Not Yet in Spanish [Europe]
Not Yet in Spanish [Latin America]
Expressing Negative Feelings
Hay Que = Obligation
Es Bueno & Malo vs Está Bien & Mal
Use a in Spanish after ….
The Same in Spanish
Traer vs Llevar (To Take/To Bring)
Use Tomar with Food and Drinks
Still in Spanish
Jugar vs Tocar
Sentir vs Sentirse
Saber vs Conocer
Actions/Events That Started in the Past and are Ongoing in the Present
Make Requests and Give Advice in Spanish with Poder in the Conditional Tense
Use Menos To Say Except in Spanish
Express Time in Spanish: the Beginning, Middle, and End
How to Say Hope That in Spanish
While/As Long As in Spanish = Mientras
Use The Spanish Present Tense To Refer To The Future With Future Time Phrases
Was/Were Going To Do Something in Spanish
Interrupting Actions in Spanish
To Give Up Something/To Stop Doing Something in Spanish
How to Say How Long Ago in Spanish
Hubo vs Había (Preterite vs Imperfect)
How to Say To Start Doing/To Begin in Spanish
How to Say So That in Spanish
So Many That & So Much That in Spanish
To Like Someone in Spanish [Romantically]
Could Have [Done Something] in Spanish With Poder
Would Have [Done Something] in Spanish With Haber
Should Have [Done Something] in Spanish With Deber
Poder in Preterite vs Imperfect
Querer in Imperfect vs Preterite
Ser in Imperfect vs Preterite
Estar in Imperfect vs Preterite
Tener in Imperfect vs Preterite
To Become in Spanish = Hacerse/Convertirse En/Ponerse/Quedarse
Express The Hope For A Completed Action in The Future in Spanish
How Long Something Had Been Happening in Spanish
Before/After Having Done Something in Spanish
How To Say To Forget in Spanish With Olvidar/Olvidarse
How To Say If I Were You in Spanish
How to Say No Matter How Much in Spanish
How to Say Therefore in Spanish
How To Express Feelings with Qué in Spanish
How to Say Despite in Spanish
How to Say Remind Of Spanish