Spanish grammar?

Are there any examples of Spanish grammar that doesn't make sense? 

Just curious :P.... What have y'all encountered that just doesn't make sense?

Update:

Don Verto do you have any examples? 

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    ARE there any exampleS [of Spanish grammar] that DON'T make sense? 

    Work on your English first.  Seriously, if you make mistakes in English you'll make more mistakes in Spanish.

  • John P
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    In English, too, there are some words with many meanings.

    For instance:

    I save money in a bank;   Jesus saves;   A paramedic saves lives;   lifeboat crews save lives at sea.   In many European languages a different word is used for each type of saving. 

    And then there are football matches and the matches I use to light my fire.

    Some parts of Spanish grammar might not make sense to an English speaker, but they make perfect sense to a Spanish speaker.

    Conversely, there are words in English used differently between British and American English. In the USA cars and truck drive on the pavement, but in Britain pedestrians walk on the pavements ('sidewalks' - USA).

  • 1 month ago

    The verbs are very complex and often make little sense.

    Also very many words have different meanings and use.

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