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When to use saber and conocer?

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    Saber:
    to know a fact, to know something thoroughly, to know how to do something

    Example:
    I know how to read.
    I know that grass is green.
    I don't know your phone number.


    Conocer:
    to be acquainted with a person, place, or thing

    Example:
    I met you yesterday.
    John and Jen know Canada.
    I don't know Spanish Literature.


    Hope it helps. Otherwise, wait for SraJMcGin's response.

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    Excellent, Kade! The best thing to do is try exercises with the difference between the two.

    Follow those rules Kade sent you, try the exercises you have and then ask that I check them for you.

    Sra

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