How to say should have in Spanish

Today we’re going to talk about how to say should have in Spanish. There are two ways to say should have in Spanish, but you’ve probably only been taught one, and both ways use the verb deber. The first way to say “should have” in Spanish is by using deber in the conditional tense: deber (conditional) + haber + past …

How to say could have in Spanish

There are tons of articles about many aspects of the Spanish language, but I rarely see anything written about how to say would have, could have and should have, so over the next couple of posts we’re going to take a look at this. ¬†We’ll start with learning how to say could have in Spanish. HOW TO SAY COULD HAVE …

Learning Spanish Reflexive Verbs for Beginners

In my last post I wrote about Tips for learning the Spanish Subjunctive Tense.  Today we’re going to take a look at reflexive verbs. I remember having boatloads of problems with reflexive verbs in the beginning of my Spanish studies. I can’t say I’ve mastered the subject, but I’ve certainly learned a lot. Today I’m going to try and put on …

4 Tips to make learning the Spanish subjunctive mood easy

Learning the subjunctive can be hard. There are so many rules, a whole new set of verb conjugations and tons of subjunctive triggers. It’s a lot to deal with and I still have occasional night terrors from my experiences working towards getting a firm grasp on the subjunctive. In this article I’m not going to teach you the subjunctive, but …