A free online Spanish dictionary that you can use right on this site.
Basic Spanish vocabulary related to asking for and understanding directions.
Lessons on Spanish expressions and proverbs.
Falsos Amigos - False Cognates
There are a lot of words that look similar in Spanish and English, but that
mean very different things. Avoid misunderstandings by memorizing this list
of common false cognates.
Familia - Family
Learn vocabulary related to the family (parents, grandparents, aunts + uncles,
Flash Card Software
Before You Know It is a flash card program that can help you Learn Spanish vocabulary. Created by the educational software company Transparent
Language, this program is available for both Windows and Mac, and the "Lite"
version is freeware.
Everything about food, including meals, eating, dishes, and silverware.
Decorate your casa with this Spanish vocabulary related to furniture
In general, Spanish nouns that end in an O are masculine, and those that end
in an A are feminine. The words on this page are exceptions to this rule.
Learn some common Spanish greetings. Lesson includes sound files.
Learn some essential Spanish vocabulary related to Halloween.
The Jewish festival of Hanukkah lasts for eight days sometime between late November and the end of each year.
Hobbies, Sports, Games
Here are the Spanish names of some common hobbies, sports, and games, along
with the verbs needed to talk about them.
Spanish in English
The Spanish language has contributed numerous terms to English. Spanish is a
Latin language, so some of these terms come ultimately from Latin, while
others are from various Native American or African languages.
Because Spanish and English both have a lot of Latin influence, there are a
number of spelling tricks that can help you to recognize Spanish words
(cognates) and spell Spanish words (common spelling equivalents).
David Burke's "Street Spanish" is a great introduction to Spanish as it's
actually spoken. It includes slang, idioms, and tips on how to sound less
Spanish Dictionary Includes more than 130,000 entries, lists both American and British
English, and indicates whether terms are specific to certain regions of the
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