Spanish pronunciation: J

Posted in Pronunciation on 12 September 2016

The Spanish J has a single pronunciation, and that sound can be very difficult for Spanish students.

Venir – To Come

Posted in Verbs on 5 September 2016

Learn the conjugations, usage, and expressions of the common irregular verb venir, then take the test.

En el restaurante

Posted in Vocabulary on 29 August 2016

How to order and other essential Spanish vocabulary related to restaurants.

H – Spanish’s silent letter

Posted in Pronunciation on 22 August 2016

The H is the only silent letter in Spanish, so it’s easy to pronounce but may make spelling a little tricky.

Think Spanish Audio Magazine – Sale

Posted in Listening Comprehension, Spanish Tools on 15 August 2016

Monthly audiomagazine Think Spanish is on sale for $79/year – that’s nearly 50% off the regular price. This is the perfect time to invest in an excellent product that will help you improve your Spanish while learning about life in Spanish-speaking countries.

Possessive De

Posted in Prepositions on 8 August 2016

The Spanish preposition de is used to express possession in place of the ‘s or s’ found in English.

Tener – To Have

Posted in Verbs on 25 July 2016

Do you know how to conjugate and use the irregular Spanish verb tener?


Posted in Grammar on 11 July 2016

No – you don’t want to miss this lesson! Learn how to make Spanish statements and questions negative.

Regular -IR Verbs

Posted in Verbs on 27 June 2016

Spanish doesn’t have many regular -ir verbs, but you do need to memorize these conjugations (and then take the test!)


Posted in Vocabulary on 20 June 2016

This lesson has vocabulary and sound files for dozens of food items and everything related to eating, including names of meals, dishes, and silverware.