Spanish Grammar: The Verb [SABER] with Information

Spanish Grammar: The Verb SABER with Information

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Spanish Grammar: The Verb [SABER] with Information
la gramática española: el verbo [saber] con la información

  • The verb [SABER] means to know (information).
  • May be used to indicate knowledge.


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The verb SABER means to either know information (facts, data) or know how to do something. It expresses knowledge.

SABER : To know (information, facts, data)

¿Sabe usted dónde está?
Do you know where it is?

¿Sabe usted qué hora es?
Do you know what time is it?

When you use SABER to know how to do something, all you need is the conjugated form of the verb SABER. (The word cómo is often mistaken, and is not correct in these sentences.)

Yo hablar español
I know how to speak Spanish

Ellos saben nadar muy bien.
They know how to swim very well.


¿Qué sabe usted?
What do you know?

¿Qué sabe Jon Snow?
What does Jon Snow know?

¿Quién sabe cocinar?
Who knows how to cook?

¿Quién sabe el inglés?
Who knows English?

¿Cómo saben esto?
How to they know this?

¿Cuándo sabemos el plan?
When will we know the plan?

¿Por qué no saben nada?
Why do you not know anything?

¿Cuántos estudiantes saben el cálculo?
How many students know calculus?



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