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¿Cuándo Usar PONER? ¡5 Usos Diferentes! [Día 4]

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Spanish is a language that has a lot of words and verbs with different meanings and uses. That is why for the following 8 days we are going to quickly teach you a new word with different meanings each day.

¡Dejanos una frase con un ejemplo utilizando alguno de estos usos!

We did a contest in March this year where we taught about these verbs but we wanted to make this available to everybody. I hope you enjoy this quick videos.

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1) To put / place something somewhere - Poner algo en un lugar
¿Dónde pusiste mi celular? No lo encuentro.
Where did you put my phone? I don't find it.

2) To add something - Ponerle / Agregarle algo a otra cosa, generalmente hablando de recetas de comida
El arroz sabe mejor si le pones sal.
Rice tastes better if you add salt.

3) To put on clothes - Ponerse ropa o cualquier otro accesorio
Me puse la chaqueta y también me puse los guantes porque estaba haciendo frío.
I put on the jacket and I also put on the gloves because it was cold.

4) To set the alarm - Poner la alarma
No olvides poner la alarma. Necesito despertarme a las 5 de la mañana.
Do not forget to set the alarm. I need to wake up at 5 am.

5) To get sad / happy / angry / nervous - Ponerse triste / feliz / bravo / nervioso
Ana se puso triste cuando se enteró de que había perdido el examen.
Ana got very sad when she found out that she had failed the exam.

Un abrazo grande

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