Want to improve your basic Spanish verbs? Well, llevar and traer are two insanely helpful verbs that you’ll use all the time,
These two do translate quite closely to “take” and “bring” respectively, but it turns out that in the meanings are still a bit different. For example, you can’t use “llevar” to say that you take a shot of alcohol (use tomar in this case), or “traer” to say you brought up a good point (that requires a whole different construction).
For learning these two common Spanish verbs, we recommend practicing with a few different examples. This infographic will help get you started.
Tell us– what other topics do you find difficult in Spanish? What grammar infographics for Spanish would you like to see?
…about Colombia Immersion
… about Medellín
… about learning Spanish