Author: Leticia Davila

Pedir and preguntar 0

Pedir and preguntar

Pedir and preguntar The two Spanish verbs pedir and preguntar both mean “to ask” but they are not interchangeable. Preguntar: to ask (a question). Hacer una pregunta. Idea o Truco:  El verbo de la frase con pregunta...

Saber and conocer 0

Saber and Conocer

Saber and Conocer Saber and Conocer both mean “to know” in English. Saber and Conocer are fully different verbs with meanings that aren’t the same at all. Conocer 1. Se usa para indicar la...

Masaya, Nicaragua 0

Masaya, Nicaragua

Masaya, Nicaragua Located 29km southeast of Managua, Masaya is a lovely little town well-known for its wonderful waterfront walkway and its famous artisan market. This market is known for having the highest quality handicrafts...

Ser y estar 0

Ser y estar

Ser y estar Ser y estar tienen usos específicos, pero ser es más permanente, invariable a corto plazo y estar es temporal a diferencia del uso de localizacion‏. Ser y estar hacen referencia, pues,...

Present Subjunctive 0

Present Subjunctive

Uses of the Present Subjunctive Tense The Present Subjunctive expresses ideas that are not tangible in time and space, because they are the product of imagination. They also refer to: Hypothetical states Doubts Emotions Commands...

Por and Para 0

Por and Para

Por and Para Por and para both mean for in English. Basically, “por” is used to express movement through time or space and “para” is generally used to convey destinations or end points. The following is an attempt...

San Pablo Fort, Granada, Nicaragua 0

San Pablo Fort, Granada, Nicaragua

The San Pablo Fort The San Pablo Fort is situated in Las Isletas near the beautiful colonial city of Granada, Nicaragua. The Granada Islets were formed when the Mombacho volcano blew much of its...

Chocolate Workshop, Choco Museo 0

Chocolate Workshop at Choco Museo

Make Your Own Chocolate From Bean To Bar at Choco Museo Choco Museo is located in a wonderful 5-patio mansion in the historic center of the colonial city of Granada in Nicaragua. Every morning we...