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Spanish 2 Unidad 1 Etapa 3 Sra. LearSaber vs. Conocer Spanish 2 Unidad 1 Etapa 3 Sra. Lear
Both saber and conocer meanto know.
information, and when telling how to do something.Use saber with facts, information, and when telling how to do something. ¿Saben quién es esa reportera? Do you know who that reporter is?
Use conocer to express being familiar or acquainted with a person, place, or thing.Yo la conozco. ¿Les gustaría conocerla? I know her. Would you like to meet her?
p.82 ACT 5 ¿De dónde? Gerardo: México Gerardo es mexicano.Today’s work p.82 ACT 5 ¿De dónde? Gerardo: México Gerardo es mexicano. p.82 ACT 6 ¿De què país? Jane: Londres Jane es inglesa.
p.83 ¡Socorro! Verb only! Saber or Conocer, Present Tense Conoces
“saber” or “conocer” In Spanish, there are two verbs that express the idea "to know." These two verbs are "saber" and "conocer." The verb you choose depends.
Feel free to take notes. In English, there is one verb that means to know. It can be used to refer to facts or information, to a person, or place,
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Copyright © 2012 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Spanish has two verbs that mean to know: saber and conocer. They cannot be used interchangeably.
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Saber y conocer. What do both verbs mean? to know ** *BUT, saber & conocer have specific uses.
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