3 Ways of Saying “To Try”: Intentar Vs. Probar Vs. Tratar De
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In this video, we compare three verbs that CAN all mean “to try”: “intentar,” “probar” and “tratar”. We’ll talk about when to use which, plus when they’re interchangeable and when they’re NOT.
Stuff mentioned in this video:
SPANISH TIDBIT: Tratar, A 3-Part Rule of Thumb
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