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Saber vs Conocer

SABER CONOCER Saber algo de memoria, saber hacer algo: habilidad, o tener el conocimiento de un hecho. Ejemplos: 1. ¿Sabe alguna canción en español de memoria?¿Do you know any Spanish song by heart? No, no sé ninguna.No, I don’t know any. Sí, sé varias canciones de memoria.Yes, I know several

When do I use “saber” and “conocer”?

If both “saber” and “conocer” can be translated as “to know”, can I use them interchangeably? No, we can’t; both verbs express two kinds of knowledge.   Generally, we use “saber” to talk about a more intellectual knowledge; in order to know something or someone we have to read, listen, watch,

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