Regular -ER Verbs

Posted in Verbs on 25 April 2016

Introduction to -ER verbs, the second most common type of Spanish verbs, with conjugations and a quiz.

Online pronunciation course

Posted in Pronunciation on 18 April 2016

Nothing beats a private tutor for working on your Spanish pronunciation, but when that’s not possible, this online course is the next best thing.

Adjetivos – Spanish Adjectives

Posted in Adjectives on 11 April 2016

An introduction to “conjugating” Spanish adjectives.

Spanish proverbs

Posted in Vocabulary on 4 April 2016

Learning proverbs is an interesting way to add commonly-used expressions to your Spanish repertoire. Here are about 100 Spanish proverbs, with English equivalents as well as literal translations.

Si clauses: Third conditional

Posted in Verbs on 28 March 2016

The least common type of si clause: impossible situations. This “third conditional” construction is used when referring to something that would have happened if some condition had been met. Since the condition was not met, the result clause is impossible.

Love language

Posted in Vocabulary on 10 February 2016

Spanish is a Romance language, which means it must be romantic, right? Here’s the most romantic Spanish vocabulary of all. 🙂

Spanish Questions – Preguntas

Posted in Grammar on 18 January 2016

Learn how to ask yes/no and informational questions in Spanish.

El Tiempo – Weather

Posted in Vocabulary on 11 January 2016

When all else fails, you can talk about the weather in Spanish.

Spanish Pronunciation – G

Posted in Pronunciation on 4 January 2016

The Spanish letter G can be pronounced in two different ways.

Spanish New Year’s vocabulary

Posted in Vocabulary on 28 December 2015

New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day are holidays in much of the world – here’s the Spanish vocabulary you need to celebrate on December 31 and January 1st.

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