1 Minute Lessons
These words are confusing because “sensible” is a false friend.
– Sensitive means that a thing or person notices every little thing; it can also mean a person is emotionally fragile, and starts crying very easily.
– Sensible describes something that is reasonable and logical.
These are two very confusing verbs, because they’re both “decir” in Spanish.
One easy trick to know when to use which one is by knowing what follows each verb.
Say is usually followed by the words spoken.
The person they’re spoken to may be mentioned optionally after “to”