Your Spanish teacher probably taught you that the verb Llevar means to carry and if you’re lucky you also learned it means to wear. But that’s barely scratching the surface of the many meanings of the Spanish verb Llevar.
In this podcast you’ll learn 11 uses of llevar that will make you sound like a native speaker.
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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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