The Two Most Common Uses of “Quedar” When Traveling [Spanish Tidbit]
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This Spanish Tidbit is a good example of “life Spanish” Vs. “book Spanish”.
When I traveled to a Spanish-speaking country for the first time, I already knew what “quedar” meant.
But that didn’t really help me when I heard it being thrown around in other ways.
In this video, you’ll learn the two most common uses of “quedar”.
If any of the conjugation is confusing to you, please watch this video: http://youtu.be/ux7SeKCmYkE
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