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FUN- If something is divertido  and if you’re having fun, te lo pasas bien .

FUNNY- is an adjective but doesn’t  mean divertido. It means two other things:

1. gracioso  (example: funny story)

2. curioso, extraño, raro  (examples: funny party, funny experience); chungo o mareado  (when you’re feeling funny means you’re feeling a bit ill


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quedar as verb-to-be

Ser and estar are both be in English.

But I always heard Spanish people using “stay” for “estar

Estar– is not stay that is quedar or permanecer


Se quedaron en casa – They stayed at home.

But quedar can be BE as well. Example: He quedado embarazada. She got pregnant or She’s pregnant.

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Every dictionary will tell you that concrete means concreto in Spanish. That is perfectly correct. The problem is that it also means hormigón, that is used for building. So if you’re talking about cooking, or medieval architecture, or anything else, it is best not to ask for a concrete example- !un ejemplo en hormigón! Very definitely, you must avoid sentences like We’ll meet on Tuesday, in concrete at ten o’clockNos vemos el martes, a las diez en hormigón. The ...

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