anonymous
  • anonymous
When used in the preterite tense, the verb "saber" means to speak to go out to find out
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
do you know what saber means alone? To know a word alone will help you alot.
anonymous
  • anonymous
knowing
anonymous
  • anonymous
or to know

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anonymous
  • anonymous
so where does that fit in here?
anonymous
  • anonymous
preterite tense would be.....?
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok to know... does it relate to (to speak) (to go out) or (to find out)
anonymous
  • anonymous
find out
anonymous
  • anonymous
right. :)

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