4 Short Spanish Language Learning Videos About Confusing Words

4 Short Spanish Language Learning Videos About Confusing Words


Today I will continue sharing more Spanish language learning videos from the Fundación de Español Urgente (Fundéu). The first set of videos that I shared recently were about numbers and numerals in Spanish. Now I have selected four videos of confusing Spanish words that can be tricky to even native speakers.

In Spanish there are words than can be written in different ways depending on the use. Check these examples:

«Sinfín» y «sin fin» no son equivalentes

Cómo diferenciar «si no» y «sino»

«Sobre todo» y «sobretodo» no significan lo mismo

«Había muchas personas», no «habían muchas personas»
(About haber verb)

I will share one more set of Fundéu videos about basic Spanish mistakes. You can visit our how to speak Spanish section for more similar articles.

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