Every time you pick up the phone to call a friend, you're entering into the world of digraphs. A digraph is a combination of two letters that make a single sound, as in the "ph" in "phone." In fact, the word "digraph" contains a digraph. (Can you spot it?) Digraphs can include a combination of consonants or vowels. Let's take a look at several digraph examples, starting with consonants.
One word that could describe the verb conseguir is versatile. It is a very common and useful verb that can mean many things in Spanish and can be used in many situations. It translates as ‘‘to get’’ or ‘‘to accomplish.” However, conseguir can also mean ‘‘to manage,” ‘‘to find,” ‘‘to attain,’’ and ‘‘to obtain.’’ The conjugation for this verb is pretty straightforward and easy to remember. There are, however, some minor stem changes to which you must pay attention.