Spanish expression for today: Muy / Very

By Ricardo Cuevas on October 31, 2012 in Spanish for Kids Word of the Day with No Comments

Spanish expression for today: Muy / Very

Word:

muy

Pronunciation:

mwee — Escucha

Meaning:

very

Example:

Estoy muy ansioso para llegar a Montana.

Translation:

I am very anxious about arriving in Montana.

More information:

When you think of the infinitive form of Spanish verbs — the forms ending in -ar, -er or -ir — you probably think of translating them using “to.” Thus llegar would mean “to arrive.” However, it is very common when a Spanish infinitive follows a preposition that you can translate it to English using an “-ing” verb, as in the sample sentence

 

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