"Every perception is to some degree an act of creation, and every act of memory is to some degree an act of imagination."

-- Gerald Edelman, Second Nature: Brain Science and Human Knowledge
Spanish sentence: El metro une el pueblo con la cuidad. Me he unido a un grupo de conversación español. English sentence: The metro joins the village to the city. I’ve joined a Spanish conversation group. Spanish word: #15 Unir Forms: Why it’s useful: It’s all too easy to confuse unir with juntar. Basically, juntar means to get together as a group of people, whereas unir means to join or connect two or more things together. For example, to talk about joining a class or an organisation you would use unir, but to talk about getting together with a group of friends you should use juntar. Getting familiar with the correct usage of these two verbs will make your Spanish sound much more natural. English word:  - to join/to unite Pronunciation: https://storage.googleapis.com/alley-d0944.appspot.com/LanguageMaster/557.mp3 https://storage.googleapis.com/alley-d0944.appspot.com/LanguageMaster/7.mp3