50% Same as Spanish : the alphabet and many of the words are the same , BUT the sounds and thinking can be very different. there are 23 vowels in English. and the spelling rules are complex see 3a vowels, 3b. Consonents Speak and spell and 4. vocabulary basics.
VERBS - English verbs are simple, but you always write/say the subject (I, you, we, they, she, he, it etc).
The verb tenses are very exact. I something finished 1 minute ago it's the past if it's right now it's present continuous, 1 minute in the future use the future tense. See 7. Verb Basics
There is only 1 verb for (estar and ser) - to be.
There are 2 verbs for (hacer) make (=create) e.g make a cake
and do (= execute) eg. Do the shopping.
QUESTIONS - Slightly different from Spanish.
with (to be) put the verb in front e.g. Am I Mexican ?
Other verbs put "do" in front e.g. Do you speak English ? See 8. Questions
Superlatives ..use "more" for big words e.g. Expensive ...the "most" expensive use "+er" and "est" for small words ...cheaper .. The cheapest.
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