The Spanish verb quedar has a wide variety of meanings on it’s own, but on top of that it’s very often confused with quedarse, which is reflexive and has completely different meanings. In this podcast I’ll explain the most common uses of quedar and remove the mystery and confusion surrounding this very flexible and useful Spanish verb.
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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.
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