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In the explanatory pop-up for "Como se prepara una tortilla de patatas:" https://progress.lawlessspanish.com/revision/grammar/expressing-instructions-and-general-statements-with-the-impersonal-se-one. 

I'll spend some time on this exercise because I find these uses of "se" to be very interesting.

Also this was my first encounter with "echa/echan." There does not appear to be a lesson dedicate to its conjugation, but there is this which seems to be sufficient: https://progress.lawlessspanish.com/revision/grammar/expressing-instructions-and-general-statements-with-the-impersonal-se-one.

Asked 1 year ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola William 

Just to add that the verb echar is a regular verb in all tenses (good news!) so you conjugate it following the pattern of regular -ar verbs like hablar or amar. 

You must be a bit careful with echar and hacer, because some of their forms are similar. We have a more advanced lesson and reader about this contrast, if you'd like to learn more:

Spanish words echo and hecho (lesson)

"Cotilleo" (reader using lots of expressions with echar)

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In the explanatory pop-up for "Como se prepara una tortilla de patatas:" https://progress.lawlessspanish.com/revision/grammar/expressing-instructions-and-general-statements-with-the-impersonal-se-one. 

I'll spend some time on this exercise because I find these uses of "se" to be very interesting.

Also this was my first encounter with "echa/echan." There does not appear to be a lesson dedicate to its conjugation, but there is this which seems to be sufficient: https://progress.lawlessspanish.com/revision/grammar/expressing-instructions-and-general-statements-with-the-impersonal-se-one.

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