1. (informal) (in statements; singular)
Cuando sabes español, sueles entender el italiano.When you know Spanish, you usually understand Italian.
Si sabes español, te resultará más fácil viajar por Latinoamérica.If you speak Spanish, it'll be easier for you to travel around Latin America.
Sabes español, ¿verdad? Te oí hablarlo antes.You can speak Spanish, can't you? I overheard you speaking it before.
2. (informal) (in questions; singular)
¿Sabes suficiente español como para leer una novela en esa lengua?Do you know enough Spanish to read a novel in that language?
¿Sabes español? - Sí, mi madre es argentina.Do you speak Spanish? - Yes, my mother is Argentinian.
¿Sabes español? - Bueno, me defiendo.Can you speak Spanish? - Well, I get by.
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