Spanish verbs are one of the hardest things to learn in Spanish.
Unlike in English, Spanish has its own conjugation for each person, so there are a lot of conjugations. In addition, we have the subjunctive, and two ways to talk about the past with simple forms: preterite and imperfect. On the top of that, there are reflexive verbs, which can be very confusing for most students since a lot of times they have multiple meanings.
Check this category to learn more about Spanish verbs. Here, I talk regarding the main problems most students of Spanish as a second language have with verbs.
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