¿Deber o deber de? Now we're getting to a more nuanced level! According to our grammar genius friends at "Deber" signifies obligation, such as "I must." "Deber de," on the other hand, suggests something less certain, such as "They probably.
SER / ESTAR + adjetivo: Algunos adjetivos cambian de significado con: SER o ESTAR// Some adjectives change their meaning with: SER or ESTAR ✿ ✿ Share it with people who are serious about learning Spanish!
jackteagle: Heroine and Villainesses A new wrapping paper design I created for Urban Graphic’s Toasted range. Soon to be available from a variety of stockists! (This awesome sight also qualifies for my Illustrations board)