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Brad1996

  • 3 years ago

When used in the preterite tense, the verb "saber" means to speak to go out to find out

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  1. alwaysdancing18
    • 3 years ago
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    do you know what saber means alone? To know a word alone will help you alot.

  2. Brad1996
    • 3 years ago
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    knowing

  3. Brad1996
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    or to know

  4. Brad1996
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    so where does that fit in here?

  5. alwaysdancing18
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    preterite tense would be.....?

  6. alwaysdancing18
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    ok to know... does it relate to (to speak) (to go out) or (to find out)

  7. Brad1996
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    find out

  8. alwaysdancing18
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    right. :)

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