I am just beginning to brush up on my Spanish an abilities and would like to have the ability to communicate that I recognize some Spanish but only a small bit. I would certainly guess: "Sé un poco de español" ... Is the right?


"I understand a small bit of Spanish." = "Sé un poco de español."

"I only know a small bit that Spanish." = "Solo sé un poco de español."

"I know little Spanish" = "Sé poco español".

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No más sé un poquito en Español.

"I only recognize a little bit in Spanish". That have to be "de" (of) no "en" (in).

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Sabo un poquito español.

There is no together word as "sabo" in Spanish. It have to be "sé".

"saber" is actually a verb the is conjugated irregularly in the "yo" form; the "yo" form of "saber" is "sé." (I think "sabo" actually way "I taste.")

"Sabo" and "sepo" are two "words" that every aboriginal mistakenly says instead of "sé" at the very least once as soon as they"re kids. It"s cute (but wrong)

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updated may 6, 2010
edited through InésDelRío
posted by InésDelRío
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Your expression works. For this reason does, "Hablo un poquito de español" - i speak a little bit the Spanish.


updated may 6, 2010
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Sabo un poquito español.


updated may 6, 2010
posted by debra_losey
"saber" is in reality a verb the is conjugated irregularly in the "yo" form; the "yo" type of "saber" is "sé." (I think "sabo" actually method "I taste.") - Maureen-Early, may 5, 2010
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Sé un poquito de español.I recognize a littel little bit of spanish.Sé-> I recognize un poquito-> a littlede-> ofespañol-> spanish


updated may 6, 2010
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What you have ("Sé un poco de español") looks an excellent to me.

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updated may 5, 2010
posted by Maureen-Early
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No mas se un poquito en Espanol.


updated might 5, 2010
posted by kmeza