Vamos mejorando | Using Ir(Irse) + gerund

Ir(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 Spanish conversation, …

Examples using fíjate que and fíjese que

The Spanish expressions, fíjate que and fíjese que are commonly used in Mexican Spanish as interjections or conversation starters. Native Spanish speakers frequently use these terms in everyday conversations. It can be used informally among friends and acquaintances, as well as formally with perfect strangers.   Fíjate que tengo que terminar mi tarea de español. / Actually, I have to finish my Spanish …