KM Notebook

Topics I needed to study extra - kept here for reference

Level AchievementScore Lesson Feedback  
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Difference between aún and aun in Spanish (with and without a written accent)
B1 : Intermediate   Difference between dónde and donde in Spanish (with and without a written accent)
B1 : Intermediate   Cuando + the present subjunctive vs Cuando + the present indicative in Spanish
B1 : Intermediate   Using the simple future in Spanish for prediction, speculation and probability in the present (El Futuro Simple)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   How to use olvidar/olvidarse for "to forget" in Spanish (pronominal verbs/accidental se)
C1 : Advanced   How to say to remind someone of something with the verb recordar
B1 : Intermediate   Using Hace + length of time + que + present tense in Spanish to say how long one has done something
B1 : Intermediate   Using acabar/terminar + [infinitive/present participle] = to end up doing something in Spanish (perífrasis verbal)
B1 : Intermediate   Using the gerund in Spanish to say by [doing something]
B1 : Intermediate   Some Spanish nouns have both genders without a change of meaning
B1 : Intermediate   Spanish verbs Quedar, Quedarse and Quedarle (Different meanings of verb quedar)
B1 : Intermediate   Igual de ... que = as ... as in Spanish (comparatives with adjectives and adverbs)
B1 : Intermediate   Using llevar + present participle to express duration of an action in Spanish (perífrasis verbal)
B1 : Intermediate   Spanish verb Costar vs Costar a alguien algo
B1 : Intermediate   Using unos cuantos/unas cuantas + noun for "a few" (quantitative adjectives)
B1 : Intermediate   Using "o sea/es decir" to clarify, explain and express a consequence in Spanish
B1 : Intermediate   Spanish -uar verbs in the present tense (El Presente: actuar, continuar)
B1 : Intermediate   Expressing the beginning and end of a period or space in Spanish
B1 : Intermediate   Prepositions bajo, abajo, debajo (de) meaning "under"
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using alguno, alguna, algunos and algunas to say some, one or any in Spanish (pronouns)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Difference between adónde/adonde/dónde/donde in Spanish
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using numbers as pronouns in Spanish
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Spanish verb sobrar: different meanings
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Some adjectives change meaning in Spanish when used with ser or estar
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Para que followed by the imperfect subjunctive in Spanish (purpose subordinate clauses)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Using preposition [except a and de] + el que, la que, los que, las que = with/for/on/in/from which (relative pronouns)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Spanish verbs Dejar vs Dejarse (pronominal verbs)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Using the Spanish subjunctive with verbs that express "wish" and "feeling" (conditional in the main clause)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Sin/sin que + infinitive/subjuntive in Spanish (subordinate manner clause)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Using the Spanish conditional simple to talk about a future in the past
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Using qué tan/cuán + adjective/adverb to ask about the degree or extent of a specific quality
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Using convertirse en / ponerse / hacerse / quedarse to express "to become" (Spanish verbs of change)
C1 : Advanced   Using ir + present participle to emphasise the progression of an action (perífrasis verbal)
C1 : Advanced   Using "más + adjective + jamás + participle/subjunctive
C1 : Advanced   Hay/tengo/quiero vs lo hay/lo tengo/lo quiero (presence/absence of the direct object pronoun)
C1 : Advanced   Using the simple future and the perfect future to express surprise or rejection
C1 : Advanced   Using con lo que + indicative for despite
C1 : Advanced   Using the simple conditional or the perfect conditional to express objection/disbelief to a statement said before
B1 : Intermediate   Using the Spanish augmentative suffixes -azo, -ote, -ón
B1 : Intermediate   Using the Spanish definite article or not with titles
B1 : Intermediate   Some Spanish -iar verbs in the present tense take an accent (liar, enviar, criar)
B1 : Intermediate   Difference between cuánto and cuanto in Spanish (with and without accent)
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