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Copy of Saber vs. Conocer

The verbs saber and conocer have the same meanings, are irregular, but have different contexts and conjugations.
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Saber vs. Conocer
The Meaning
In Spanish, the verbs conocer and saber
both mean "to know".
Contexts for Saber
These verbs are used in separate contexts.
Saber
To know a fact
To know how to do something
Contexts For Conocer
Conocer
To be famililar with a person,
place, or thing
Known as Irregulars
Saber and Conocer are
conjugated differently in the
1st person singular than other verbs.
Saber
Yo sé
Conocer
Yo conozco
Conjugations
Saber:



sabes

sabe
Conocer:
sabemos
sabeís
saben
conozco
conoces
conoce
conocemos
conoceís
conocen
Saber
To know how to do something
To know a fact
Conocer
To be familiar with a person, place or thing
1.Tú ______ Madrid
2.Nosotros _________ patinar sobre ruedas
3.Ellos __________ hablar español
4.Yo _______ a Charlie Sheen
5. Ella __________ que Juan es feo
6. Yo __________ mucha geometría
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