Every student who learns this language has to deal with the Spanish irregular verbs and it’s likely you already agree that these verbs are one of the hardest grammar concepts to master in Spanish.
Yes, they are not as straightforward as regular verbs. And yes, they require a little bit more effort to learn how to use them, but it’s nothing to be afraid of! All you need to do is understand...Read More
As you begin your learning journey, the verb ser in Spanish is key to expressing ourselves. It’s fundamental to basic Spanish grammar.
Read this blog post, to learn what the verb ser means in Spanish and how to use it. Access tons of examples so that you can master its use!
Ready? Let’s begin!
What Does the Verb Ser Mean?
The verb ser in Spanish means “to be” in English....Read More
The verb acabar in Spanish seems to mean something slightly different every time.
Although the core meaning of acabar is always “to end” or “to finish,” it can acquire other nuances when it appears as an intransitive, transitive, or pronominal verb. Also, if you pair it up with prepositions, you’ll get different English translations.
Read this article to understand acabar in a...Read More
Do you want to learn Spanish but you fear Spanish conjugation?
Don’t worry, I’ll show you that the conjugation concept is not difficult for an English speaker—and that you already know more than you think.
I promise that by the end of this article, you’ll know basic Spanish tenses, you’ll be able to conjugate regular and irregular Spanish verbs, and know where to look for help when you...Read More
Languages are living creatures—always evolving, always on the move. And every language has verbs that are used for many different purposes, such as echar in Spanish.
While echar means “to throw,” this verb is also completely alive, adaptable, and always at hand for just about any use Spanish speakers want to give it.
And, which of its many uses and idioms...Read More
Pronominal verbs in Spanish are highly useful verbs that allow you to express ideas that other “normal” verbs simply can’t.
But, what makes these verbs so special?
Keep reading to learn:
What the pronominal verbs in Spanish areWhich pronouns accompany them all the timeThe 6 types of pronominal verbs in Spanish.
Then, discover a top 10 list of the most commonly...Read More
We’re going to learn—or vamos a aprender—about the conjugation of the verb ir in Spanish!
Ir is one of the most used verbs in Spanish, so get ready to level up your language understanding.
Ir is an irregular and stem-changing verb that means “to go.” It is part of the –ir verbs in Spanish such as decir, seguir, venir and salir. Just as in English it does not always mean...Read More
What do you want in life?
Who do you love?
What do you want to do?
These are no small questions. Actually, they are some of the biggest questions people can ask themselves. To ask all those questions in Spanish, you need to use the verb querer.
In this post, we’ll learn the meaning of the Spanish verb querer and the full set of querer conjugations, as well as...Read More
If you have teenagers or teach them, you know the adolescent world is complex and interesting! While they bring a lot of energy and new ideas to the table, it can sometimes be hard to pique teens’ interest with “boring” topics like Spanish verb conjugations. However, if your lesson includes the following 32 Spanish verbs, dull grammar lessons will become more interesting for them!
How to...Read More
What did you do last weekend? Did you study Spanish with a friend? Talking about past events is crucial to conversations—we use it to tell stories, talk about memories, and share previous events and feelings. Communicating prior events is a huge part of almost every conversation, which is why it is so important to learn this tense in your second language: Spanish. Let’s explore the Spanish...Read More