If your goal is to speak Spanish like a native, then at some point you will have to learn to use a variety of Spanish idioms.
Why not start today?
In this post, I’m discussing what Spanish idioms are and why you should learn them. I will also give you a list of some of the most common Spanish idioms that you can use in your everyday conversations.
What’s an Idiom?...Read More
If you’re looking for Spanish lessons for kids and you don’t know where to start, this post is for you!
As parents, we all want the best education for our children and a second language is an important part of that. Having decided that you want your kids to learn Spanish, is a wonderful present for them as you’re giving them a headstart in life and opening a wide door to a world of new...Read More
The history and origin of Spanish is truly fascinating and a must-know for all Spanish learners.
Currently, Spanish is spoken by 400 million people around the world. This number continues to grow, even in countries where Spanish isn’t the official language (such as the United States).
Embracing the origin of the Spanish language allows you to understand the journey and...Read More
Did you know that using social media in Spanish is an excellent way to advance your language skills? There’s no better way to learn Spanish than to immerse yourself in the language you want to learn.
Why not devote some of your daily social media time to learning Spanish?
Read this article to learn how to immerse yourself in the beautiful Spanish language using social media...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
If you have studied Spanish for a little while, you’ve likely noticed the many similarities between English and Spanish, especially the words we call cognates. Owing to both languages’ Latin roots, it’s pretty easy to identify the meaning of new words in Spanish—for the most part!
Watch out for the trickiest part of learning Spanish: the false cognate. This word looks...Read More
“Al que madruga, Dios lo ayuda” is a popular Spanish saying.
If you want to learn what that saying means you’ll have to keep reading, as it includes one of the 15 unique Spanish words we’ll learn today.
During your language learning efforts, have you ever found a word that’s hard to translate or doesn’t translate to a single word? That’s normal because languages come from cultures...Read More
Salut tout le monde! Or should I say hola, instead? If you’re here, it’s because you’re wondering which foreign language to study and to finally answer your burning question once and for all: which language is easier to master, Spanish or French?
Undoubtedly, gaining fluency in any foreign language is a considerable task, no matter which language you choose. The good news is that French...Read More
Latin American music includes a wide variety of sounds that differ in many ways, from the instruments used to create unique sounds to the rhythm and associated dance moves. The music has evolved over the centuries and continues to change today.
History of Latin Music
Latin American music is influenced by indigenous, Spanish-European, African and, most recently, the United States...Read More
A staple of the Central American diet, and the star of every Taco Tuesday, is the modest (yet truly remarkable) tortilla de maíz, or corn tortilla. While we are all pretty familiar with its taste and utility, we may not know much of anything else about this marvelous food. Do you know where the tortilla originated? Or how it’s been made since its creation? And why did copying the corn...Read More