I’m so excited to talk to you today about your wedding in Spanish. Who doesn’t like chatting and gossiping about this exciting ceremony?
Even if you’re not planning to get married soon in a Spanish-speaking country, learning these words and expressions will boost your Spanish vocabulary.
I’ve prepared a long list of words, useful sentences, and idiomatic expressions that are useful to...Read More
Talking about bacon in Spanish or any other kind of meat is common to hear in Spanish-speaking countries. People love eating meat as much as they do anything else. It’s a flavorful food group that you can find in any kind of restaurant.
in Latin America and Spain, getting together to eat is not only about delicious food but also cooking together and celebrating. Latin Americans and...Read More
Need to go to the bank in Spanish?
It’s important to learn common banking phrases, expressions, and vocabulary terms—whether you’re planning a trip to a Spanish-speaking country or needing to speak about money, payments, and other bank-related activity in Spanish.
Read this article to learn how to deal with ATMs; speak with Spanish-speaking bank tellers; and hold conversations...Read More
Free time hobbies are an excellent way to spend your time after working, studying, or otherwise being busy.
A hobby is defined as a pursuit outside of one’s regular occupation. Their end goals are relaxation and pleasure.
Sometimes, a hobby can become part of your work. And that is amazing! In any case, the key is to enjoy what you do, improve your skills, and grow from...Read More
If you’re a soccer fan, odds are that you know already the soccer positions well. But, do you know them in Spanish?
Read on to find out about the soccer culture in Latin America—and why you should learn about soccer positions in Spanish. Then, I’ll introduce you to useful soccer terms in Spanish, including soccer positions, sections of the field, and equipment.
Are you ready...Read More
Ready to learn how to write an address in Spanish? Address structures change according to countries and regions. In Latin America and Spain it’s done slightly differently than in the USA and other parts of the world. In this lesson we will cover format, abbreviations, and special terms that are helpful if you wish to write a letter, send a package, or you’re planning an upcoming trip to a...Read More
What are your favorite movie genres?
Movie genres are identifiable categories of films, such as action, comedy, and drama. Genres provide structure for the script, production, direction, casting, and more.
Watching films is a wonderful way to spend quality time with family, friends, or yourself!
And learning about movie genres in Spanish makes watching films in...Read More
Knowing your family tree in Spanish is a meaningful way to connect to your ancestors, learn more about your family, and practice your Spanish skills in the process.
Family is central to life in Spanish-speaking countries. So how do you talk about family in Spanish? If you’ve ever been to a Spanish speaking country, you’ve probably noticed the frequent use of diminutives as a term of...Read More
Let’s learn about transportation in Spanish with a comprehensive guide that’s suitable for all ages and Spanish levels!
If you’re learning the language, vocabulary and phrases about transportation in Spanish are key to learn and know by heart. The same goes for any language! When I was living abroad in Belgium, I took a six-month crash course in French that saved my hide when I heard...Read More
Learning vocabulary related to restaurants in Spanish is a useful exercise that will make your life easier when it comes time for you to have dinner at a Mexican restaurant, for instance.
Knowing your way about a restaurant in Spanish—or about any other place you happen to visit—is one of the main goals of studying the language. The idea is that no place or area of life feels out of...Read More