Expanding your vocabulary in Spanish is always beneficial. And learning words and phrases related to health and wellness is a top-notch place to focus.
Health and wellness encompasses a vast field of knowledge—everything from the body parts to diet, physical fitness to mental well-being, and quality sleep to mindfulness meditation.
Today, let’s explore how to talk about our...Read More
Yesterday, during my daughter’s online classes, I had an opportunity to hear her teacher give feedback in Spanish to her and her classmates and it surprised me—in a bad way!
While my daughter is only 6, her teacher tends to motivate her young learners with positive feedback like ¡Bien hecho! (Well done!), ¡Wow! ¡Impresionante! (Wow! Impressive!), ¡Qué bonito! (How...Read More
What were your favorite kids songs growing up? Which songs taught you something new?
Kids are constantly learning, and kids songs are a wonderful learning tool for kids and parents alike. Learning language through kids songs is a way to have fun, practice your skills, and even dance a little.
When it comes to finding the perfect songs, it’s all about music and lyrics. Knowing...Read More
Are you trying to improve your grammar skills, especially by understanding the WEIRDO subjunctive correctly?
You’ve come to the right place!
The subjunctive in Spanish is tricky even to native Spanish speakers, which is why today we’ll dive into some learning strategies, useful vocabulary, and tons of example sentences to enhance your understanding of the general subjunctive...Read More
Spanish interjections are little pieces of the language that help you to express a lot of different emotions. They also help to improve your Spanish by making it sound more natural.
Today, we’ll learn what Spanish interjections are, why it’s so important to learn their meanings and usage, and finally, I’ll introduce you to 25 of the most used Spanish interjections and...Read More
Hands down, past participles are one of the most useful pieces of Spanish grammar you can learn.
You may argue that you have no idea what a past participle is—and that’s fair, so I’ll make sure to start there—after which you’ll see how truly useful these functional words are.
Past participles have many uses and by learning to use them properly, you’ll improve your Spanish speaking...Read More
Are you looking to form some new habits in Spanish —or in any field of study or area of your life?
Experts say, depending on the habit, it takes anywhere from 18 to 254 days to form a new habit. After an average of 66 days, a new behavior becomes automatic.
Keep reading to discover the vocabulary and grammar you need to talk about your general, good, and bad habits in...Read More
Knowing whether to use tan vs tanto is an issue for beginners and even intermediate learners. However, I’ll show you that there is an easy way to solve this issue once and for all!
In this article, you’ll learn the real difference between tan and tanto and how to use each term like a native speaker. I’ll give you plenty of examples, and even useful expressions to sprinkle into your Spanish...Read More
Giving congratulations in Spanish will fill your heart with joy and excitement! Congratulating someone is part of life, and in the globalized world we live in, it’s necessary to know how to do it in many languages! Today, we’ll go through different ways of saying “congratulations” in Spanish, in what scenarios you’d say it, and how to apply the words in a sentence.
While we may never know the true beginning of life, we know that living a fulfilling life requires joyful experiences, especially with family. One such experience that fills our hearts with joy is awaiting the arrival of a new baby! If you’re a parent-to-be, this post about your baby in Spanish will prepare you to talk about your exciting experience in another language.
As you watch your...Read More