Spanish Thanksgiving Vocabulary

Posted in Vocabulary on 23 November 2015

Thanksgiving is not celebrated in Spanish-speaking countries, so here is some Spanish vocabulary related to the American holiday.

Spanish pronunciation: D

Posted in Pronunciation on 16 November 2015

Explanations and sound files to help you pronounce the Spanish letter D.

Expressions with saber

Posted in Vocabulary on 9 November 2015

Saber means “to know” and is used in a number of common expressions, including “to be very intelligent” and “to taste like.”

Si clauses: Second conditional

Posted in Verbs on 2 November 2015

The “currently contrary si clause,” known as the second conditional, describes a situation that is not currently true. But if the situation changed, the result clause would be able to occur.

Spanish Halloween

Posted in Vocabulary on 26 October 2015

Learn some essential Spanish vocabulary related to Halloween.

CH – Spanish Pronunciation

Posted in Pronunciation on 19 October 2015

Learn how to pronounce the letters CH in Spanish.

Lo – neuter object pronoun

Posted in Pronouns on 12 October 2015

Lo is the Spanish neuter direct object pronoun, used to mean “it” when referring to something non-specific or with no gender, such as an idea, adjective, situation, or clause.

Spanish dates

Posted in Grammar, Vocabulary on 5 October 2015

Learn how to tell the date in Spanish.

Idiomatic Pronominal Verbs

Posted in Verbs on 28 September 2015

Pronominal verbs are verbs that must be used with a reflexive pronoun in order to indicate that the subject is performing the action of the verb upon itself. For some verbs, one or more pronominal meanings may be considerably different from the non-pronominal meaning(s).

Si clauses: First conditional

Posted in Verbs on 21 September 2015

There are three constructions for expressing possible or likely situations, known as the first conditional.

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