Do you intend to study math in Spanish and are looking for useful math vocabulary? Matemáticas is a broad and fascinating field of study!
Keep reading to discover why you should learn math vocabulary in Spanish and why people rightly say that math is a universal language. I’ll provide you with a ton of useful math terms, from basic concepts to advanced math vocabulary.
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Let’s have some fun in Spanish!
Laughing, smiling, enjoying ourselves, and having fun with the people we love is both pleasant and important. It boosts our happiness and makes our lives more meaningful.
When learning Spanish, it’s natural to start with basic vocabulary and common verbs. Eventually, though, it’s crucial to move on to other verbs that are not as simple but...Read More
When learning a new language, sometimes we expect everything to directly translate into our native language. But languages are complex constructions that don’t always work like that.
This is the case with the “personal A” in Spanish. It has no translation in English. It’s something that exists and makes sense in Spanish but not in your native language.
Think of it as an...Read More
How do you say that someone is hot in Spanish? Or, that food is really hot? How about saying that your coffee or the day is hot?
Have you ever thought about the many meanings that the word “hot” has in English? It’s pretty amazing when you think about it.
That’s also the case in Spanish, except there are multiple words that mean “hot,” so learning how to use them will save...Read More
Ever heard of “false friends”? And I don’t mean the pseudo-friends you need to watch out for in your social circle. I’m referring to false cognates!
False cognates are words that look and sound very similar in two languages but don’t have the same meaning. The English-Spanish false cognates on our list are definite “conversation killers” that can hinder or entirely derail...Read More
Some people say that the key to learning Spanish is to master its verb conjugations, and they might not be wrong. Knowing how to properly conjugate verbs in Spanish is a big milestone in the learning process of every student of the language.
However, there is no shortcut to achieving this goal. The only way to master the different sets of conjugations of Spanish verbs is by studying...Read More
Qué tal vs cómo estás is one of the first debates new Spanish learners engage in. That’s because these two everyday Spanish phrases are so common.
But, what’s the difference between qué tal and cómo estás? Are they the same? Or do they only exist to torment new learners of the language like yourself?
Today, I’m explaining the subtle differences between these two greeting...Read More
Are you thinking about homeschooling your child?
If the answer is yes, before you decide, you must learn about the main disadvantages of homeschooling.
In previous posts, I’ve explored some of the most important advantages of homeschooling over traditional education. However, in this article, I’ll focus only on the downside of homeschooling and introduce the six main...Read More
Talking about pets in Spanish is both fun and educational! Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced Spanish speaker, mastering pet-related words can give you a better understanding of the language and help you communicate with native speakers more effectively.
Plus, there’s nothing quite like the satisfaction of being able to talk about your beloved pet in the language...Read More
The subjunctive forms of the Spanish verb tener may look hard at first, but they are actually quite easy. We are going to show you why!
Luckily, you don’t need to memorize all of these conjugations—instead, focus on understand their usage to be able to apply the verb to all sorts of new scenarios.
Keep reading to learn more about the Spanish verb tener, its many meanings, and how...Read More