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
Many different ways exist to write and say Spanish sentences with verbs that change depending on their context.
Most of the time, conjugation rules give us comprehensive ways to properly use Spanish verbs. Other times, irregular verbs may present a real challenge. A great way to learn all the different Spanish sentences with verbs is by looking at examples.
Spanish sentences...Read More
Do you want to teach yourself Spanish?
Many people around the world have found a way to teach themselves a language, and they have shared about their experiences and best practices. Some have even mastered several languages and are experts on the subject. So, what’s their secret?
Is it possible to teach yourself a language? Yes, it is, and you’ve come to the right place to learn how!...Read More
If you’re looking for the best way to excite your young children about learning a foreign language, Spanish lullabies for kids is the answer!
The power of lullabies is strong. Even today, if you hear a sweet song from your childhood, your mind starts wandering down memory lane and suddenly, you envision a special moment when your mother was singing to you.
Lullabies for kids not...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
How do kids benefit from playing sight word games in Spanish?
Recognizing sight words (also known as high-frequency words) is essential to reading comprehension, verbal fluency, and sentence structure.
Spanish sight words are basic elements that help kids learn the language by giving them tools to read basic texts. By learning sight words, children focus on the meaning of what...Read More
Let’s see what we can do to learn poder conjugation!
Poder is a common Spanish verb that translates to “can” or “to be able to.” In any language, people often talk about things that they can or cannot do, from asking or giving permission to discussing skills and abilities (or lack thereof).
Poder conjugation is irregular. It is a stem-changing verb, in...Read More
Are you tired of your Spanish textbook and looking for more entertaining ways to practice Spanish?
Do you feel like you had hit a wall and need more ideas to practice at home or online?
If you’ve already switched your language settings on your electronic devices to Spanish and need something more, let’s say it, creative—keep reading.
I’ve been there. I know what it feels...Read More
Let the preterite trigger words become your friends!
Spanish past tenses can be tricky and you might find the possible choices making you feel a bit insecure. The biggest question on a seasoned Spanish learner’s mind is: Which past tense should I use to sound like a native in conversations with my Spanish friends?
The good news is, the preterite tense becomes easier after you...Read More
Así in Spanish is a cute little word that can take a long time to understand and master. Quite often it appears in combination with other cute little words and can completely change the meaning of the whole phrase.
Therefore, it’s important for us to understand how it works, and learn some basic expressions.
Beginners first learn that así in Spanish means “this way”, but...Read More