‘Comer’ vs ‘Comerse’

Quick answer – both ‘comerse’ and ‘comer’ mean ‘to eat’ in Spanish. ‘Comerse’ is used when specifying the quantity of items consumed and to emphasize that something has been eaten …

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‘Estuve’ vs ‘estaba’

Quick answer – both ‘estuve’ (preterite tense) and ‘estaba’ (imperfect tense) can be translated to ‘I was’ in English, but in Spanish they are used in different contexts. We basically …

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‘Este’ vs ‘esto’

In short ‘este‘ and ‘esto‘ are both ways to say ‘this‘. ‘Este‘ is the masculine singular form of ‘this‘, while ‘esto‘ is neutral and is used to refer to concepts …

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