When it comes to creating a list of adjectives in Spanish, it’s important to start with the basics and then add more words over time.
Adjectives make life colorful and descriptive. If it weren’t for adjectives, we wouldn’t be able to imagine or describe a specific experience or situation.
Adjectives are not difficult, and many of them are similar to adjectives in English....Read More
What are describing words, let alone Spanish describing words? Let’s take a look first at how we use describing words in English:
Did you see the amazing sunset yesterday?
This house is so cozy.
My friend is hilarious.
That book was insightful.
Being able to describe things, concepts, people, and situations is key to communicating in any language. These...Read More
Have you ever met someone who always seems to be happy? Or that friend who rarely has anything interesting to say and is a bit boring to be around? Well, those are personality traits! We all have our own unique set of personality traits. By identifying what they are, we can use them to describe ourselves and one another.
When you learn Spanish personality traits, you discover a powerful...Read More
To be or to be? That is the question in Spanish. You know it well: the famous ser vs estar situation.
This is one of the trickiest parts of the language for new learners. It’s tricky because the differences between one verb and the other are minimal, but really important.
In this post, I’m gonna take you down the ser vs estar rabbit hole, and then take a wild turn into...Read More
Learning the different forms of the verb ser, Spanish for “to be,” is one of the more challenging aspects of learning the language. In English, conjugating the verb “to be” requires memorizing all of the irregular forms of the verb; the same case applies to Spanish. Unfortunately, most of these conjugations have no shortcut or easy way to learn them (with a few exceptions). On top of that,...Read More
There’s only one thing other than the two-month long holiday at the end of the year I miss about school: wearing a uniform! I went to the same school for 14 years, and for 12 of those years, I wore a uniform! Now, it’s been almost ten years since I graduated, but I just realized that for almost half my life I’ve known what to wear! Don’t you think it would be easier sometimes if you didn’t...Read More
You’re walking down the street and you meet one of your friends who speaks Spanish. You haven’t seen each other in a long time so while catching up, you tell him or her that you’ve just started learning Spanish online with Homeschool Spanish Academy! They are very happy to hear that you’ve started the adventure of learning a new language, so they say jokingly to test your skills: Hola. ¿Cómo...Read More