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Free Spanish lesson – writing tips

Free Spanish lesson –  writing tips

Today we want to give you some Spanish language writing tips, we love writing about Spanish and analysing the language.

Spanish it is known as a quite rich language, it is flexible and there are a few things that might confuse even the best students and native speakers. So please read this carefully and try to remember it when writing, so that you don’t make many mistakes.

Now, let’s start with this free Spanish lesson.

 

1)  The first case is HAS and HAZ.

“HAS” is a form of the verb “HACER”, at its second-person singular of the present indicative form. It is mostly used to form the past.

  • Tu HAS COMPRADO una manzana.

“HAZ” is a form of the verb “HACER” too, but at its second-person singular of the present imperative form.

  • HAZ lo que te diga la profesora.

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2) The second case is HECHO and ECHO

“HECHO” is a form of the verb “HACER”, at its past participle.

  • He HECHO todos mis deberes

“ECHO” is a form of the verb “ECHAR”, at is first-person singular of the present indicative form. Its meaning is ‘to throw’

  • “ECHO” el libro a la basura.

 

3) The third case is ARTO and HARTO.

“ARTO” is the name of a lot of hawthornes, it is a noun.

  • Tengo un “ARTO” muy bonito en mi jardín.

“HARTO” is participle but it is always used as adjective. It expresses feeling full, stuffed, sick of something and/or fed up.

  • Estoy “HARTO” de la lluvia.

We hope that this free Spanish class will help you through your Spanish studies. As you can see there are many words that can trick you because they sound quite the same even though they have different meanings, uses and written forms.

Thank you for reading this blog and we hope you enjoyed our free Spanish lesson.

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