18 Common uses of the verb Dejar

You may have heard the Spanish verb dejar before but did you know it has over 18 different uses in Spanish?

In this podcast I explain the 18 most common uses of the verb dejar.  Dejar is very much a high frequency verb that you’ll hear daily in spoken Spanish, so you need to have a solid understanding of how it’s used. Listen to this free learning Spanish podcast to learn everything you need to know about the Spanish verb dejar so you can improve your understanding of the Spanish language and enhance your ability to express yourself in Spanish.

If you enjoyed the podcast and want to improve your Spanish even more, you can download the audio for the entire series as well as the transcripts and the accompanying authentic native audio.

Season 1 covers a total of 19 high frequency Spanish verbs and teaches you everything your Spanish teacher didn’t about how native Spanish speakers use them in every conversation.

It includes the verbs Dar, Tener, Hacer, Ver, Faltar, Poner, Pasar, Conocer, Bajar, Llevar, Baber, Dejar, Quedar, Quedarse, Ser, Estar and Volver, Ir and Alcanzar.

If you don’t need the written transcripts and the native audio to help you improve your pronunciation and listening skills, or you want to listen to more episodes first, you can listen to additional episodes for free.

Listen to more episodes of the All About Spanish Verbs Season 1 Podcast

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  1. What a wonderful idea — to record intensive studies of single high-frequency verbs that have so many varied uses. Very pleasant voice, too, Rodney. Easy listening.

  2. Your style is so unique compared to other folks I’ve read stuff from.

    Many thanks for posting when you have the opportunity,
    Guess I will just bookmark this site.

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      Thank you, I’m glad you’re enjoying the blog. I have a lot more content planned, including Season 2 of All About Spanish Verbs, which is currently in progress.

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