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Learn Spanish Grammar with Salsa Music: How to Stop Confusing Indirect Objects & Reflexive Verbs

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    Episode 183

    Learn Spanish Grammar with Salsa Music: How to Stop Confusing Indirect Objects & Reflexive Verbs

    If you’re learning Spanish, you probably find grammar challenging–especially when it comes to the dozens of verb conjugations.

    In this episode, you’ll learn why most Spanish learners mix up indirect objects with reflexive verbs and other verb conjugations (and why this can be a problem)

    We’ll take a look at examples in the lyrics of the song Casi Te Envidio by Puerto Rican ?? salsa singer Andy Montañéz.

    From this episode you’ll learn:

    • How you can quickly differentiate between indirect objects & reflexive verbs
    • How to say nearly, kind of, or almost in Spanish
    • How to use reflexive verbs in the present perfect tense

    Examples from the episode:

    No te comprendo (Indirect object)

    Casi te envidio (Indirect object)

    Te has olvidado (Reflexive verb)

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