‘Buenos’ vs ‘buenas’

In short – the adjectives ‘buenos’ and ‘buenas’ both translate to ‘good’ in English. ‘Buenos’ describes masculine plural nouns and ‘buenas’ is used with feminine plural nouns. Whilst in English …

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‘Me’ vs ‘mi’

Quick answer – ‘mi’ is a possessive adjective and translates to ‘my’ in English, whereas the pronoun ‘me’ has a whole array of uses and normally translates to ‘me’ or …

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‘Gusta’ vs ‘gustan’

‘Gustar’ means ‘to like’ in Spanish but wrapping your head around exactly how to conjugate it can be quite the task! What makes ‘gustar’ a tricky customer is the fact …

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‘Su’ vs ‘sus’

Quick answer – ‘su’ and ‘sus’ are possessive adjectives, which are basically words used to show possession / ownership of a noun. Both ‘su’ and ‘sus’ can mean ‘his’, ‘her’, …

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‘Lo que’ vs ‘que’

Quick answer – ‘lo que’ is a neuter “relative pronoun”; it refers to situations / concepts and often translates to ‘the thing that’. ‘Que’ can also be used as a …

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