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Newsletter Activity 3 – Using the verb ‘soler’

¿Conoces el verbo ‘soler’? This is a fantastic word which means “to tend to do something”. It’s followed by the infinitive, so you can use it to mean what you tend to do: suelo ir al cine todos los viernes solemos comer paella durante el verano suelen tomar un café por la mañana Can you work out what these sentences mean?

Coffee Break Spanish

Season 3 – Lesson 08 – Coffee Break Spanish

In episode 8, Alba and Mark discuss smoking laws in different countries. Language points covered include the future perfect tense, eg. “I will have stopped smoking”, the use of soler, and the phrase pillar a alguien desprevenido. José’s intermedio covers two phrases which you can use to describe how well you speak Spanish. Please note that lesson 08 of Season

Show Time Spanish – Episode 08

In episode 8 of Show Time Spanish, Alba and Mark discuss smoking laws in different countries. Language points covered include the future perfect tense, eg. “I will have stopped smoking”, the use of soler, and the phrase pillar a alguien desprevenido. José’s intermedio covers two phrases which you can use to describe how well you speak Spanish. Members | Purchase | RSS | iTunes link