Vamos mejorando | Using Ir(Irse) + gerund

Ir(Irse) + GerundIr(Irse) + gerund is a very common construction in Spanish. It’s similar to the construction of Estar + gerund in that it implies an action taking place, however Ir + gerund is generally meant to give the sense of an action gradually unfolding, little by little, over time.  To better understand how to use  Ir + gerund in a …

Examples using fíjate que and fíjese que

The various meanings of Fíjate que & Fíjese que At Doorway To Mexico, our goal is to help increase your fluency and comprehension of real conversational Spanish. That’s why today we’re sharing some lessons on a widely used Spanish expression in Latin America. The Spanish expressions fíjate que (tú) and fíjese que (usted) are commonly used in Mexico as interjections or …