Unformatted text preview: is used to indicate knowledge of a fact or knowledge of how to do something. It is often followed by an infinitive. When used with an infinitive, it should be thought of as “to know how” because the word “how” is not used in these situations in Spanish. When saber is used in the preterite tense, it means “found out” because it refers to the first moment something was known. • Sabes construir una casa muy bien. You know how to build a house very well. • Yo sé la dirección. I know the address. • No vamos a la piscina porque no sabemos nadar. We don't go to the pool because we don't know how to swim....
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- Fall '09
- casa muy bien, la piscina porque, saber Conocer