Let’s review some of the prepositional verbs we use to talk about ‘love’: 1) Verbo amar: when we talk about loving a person, we need the preposition a: Romeo ama a Julieta. Romeo loves Juliet. Ella ama a sus padres aunque la vuelvan loca.
The verb “parecer” can have distinct uses and equivalents. Let’s see the different things we can express with just one verb: 1) Parecer(se): tener un parecido (to look like + person/object) Pareces una reina. You look like a queen. Él se parece mucho a
Some verbs are generally used along a specific preposition. For example, abundar en, means to have something in abundance. In some cases the verb changes meaning according to the preposition with which is paired up (hablar de alguien [to talk about someone] is not the