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. Learning...Read More
Even if you’d never heard about transition words before, you’d still be using them regularly in your everyday speech and writing.
Transition words are beautiful tools that help us to connect our ideas and give a natural flow to the rhythm of our speech—and they’re vital to learn to improve your Spanish fluency.
Keep reading to learn all there is to know about transition...Read More
What if I told you that the key to achieve your language learning goals resides in mastering the 18 Spanish tenses?
I’m not exaggerating—if you master today’s post, you’ll master all Spanish conjugations and with that, most of your current mistakes when writing and speaking in the language will be gone.
Keep reading to discover what the Spanish tenses are, how to...Read More
There is time in every Spanish learner’s life when you need to go through the adverbial clauses. Students fear it before even starting the topic, but I’ll show you that it’s totally unnecessary. The adverbial clauses in Spanish are quite logical in their use, and I’m sure you will learn quickly and start using them sooner than later.
First, I’ll remind you what an adverb and clause is, and...Read More
“We don’t need no education.”
Did you know that one of the most famous lyrics in the history of rock is grammatically incorrect?
What a bummer, right?
However, if Pink Floyd were a Spanish band suddenly this problem would simply go away.
Because in English double negatives aren’t considered correct, but we love double negatives...Read More
Some of the shortest active words in Spanish are irregular informal commands. You can make lots happen with these little words!
Whether it’s “please pass the salt” or “ask me,” there are plenty of situations where you’ll need to request action from someone.
Commands tell someone to do something (affirmative commands) or to tell someone not to do something (negative commands)....Read More
Let’s see what we can learn about ver conjugation!
The Spanish verb ver means “to see,” “to view,” and “to watch.”
Ver conjugation is mostly regular, although the pattern varies in the past participle, visto (“seen”), and the first-person singular present, veo (“I see”).
Verbs derived from ver include prever (“to preview” or “to foresee”) and entrever (“to glimpse” or “to...Read More
Have you ever come across weird symbols in Spanish? Perhaps you don’t know what they mean or how to write them?
Well, you’re not alone. Pretty much every Spanish student has gone through the same situation during their learning process. Part of learning Spanish is discovering these special characters and finding out how to use them.
Today, we’ll discuss why you need to learn the...Read More
Did you know that you can use a past participle as an adjective in Spanish?
That’s just one of the many uses of past participles, and today you’ll discover how easy it is to do it.
Don’t worry if you’re not sure what the past participle is or even what adjectives are. I’ll explain these terms and others that arise along the way.
By the end of this post, you’ll know...Read More
The conditional tense in Spanish may seem intimidating at first, but after reading this article you’ll see that it’s one of the easiest tenses in Spanish grammar. You’ll not only learn quickly how to use it, but you’ll start using it on a daily basis.
You already know how to use the conditional in English, and today I’ll show you that in Spanish it’s pretty much the same.