I have been working on some of the more advanced Spanish present tense verb lessons, and I often see the words crea/crean/creen in the exercises, yet half the time they mean "believe" and the other half of the time they mean "create," and I can't seem to figure out which is which, other than context clues. Can someone clear this up for me?
I hope this will help you remember the difference :-)
- Creer - to believe. Think of "creed"
- Crear - to create. (No other keyword needed :-)
If after 'creo' you have a connector like que or en then the verb is creer (believe).
Yo creo que la respuesta es no.
Yo creo en tu palabra.