La natación—swimming in Spanish—is a refreshing, fun, and unique form of cardiovascular exercise and an amazing sport in its own right.
Swimming comes with a slew of benefits: burning calories, being easy on the joints, building muscular strength, and enhancing endurance. It’s cooling and refreshing in the summer.
Dive into this comprehensive guide to nouns, verbs, and...Read More
Talking about wealth and poverty in Spanish requires a wide range of vocabulary. While these two concepts are broader than the realm of money (for example: poverty of spirit), I’ve focused mainly on the financial aspects of wealth and poverty here.
This post provides you with nouns, verbs, adjectives, and example sentences that put them all together—all related to wealth and poverty in...Read More
Learning how to deal with an emergency in Spanish is key if you are planning a trip to a Spanish-speaking country. You know, just in case.
This lesson covers the basic conversational tools to be able to communicate about four relatively common types of emergencies.
These short phrases make the difference between getting the help that you need or not. So, let’s dive into this...Read More
Perhaps you’ve never thought that one day you’d be learning about weapons in Spanish. But here you are, and this is an opportunity to increase your ever-growing Spanish vocabulary.
While this topic may be controversial, an objective, academic approach towards it makes it possible to learn about weapons in Spanish without getting involved in passionate debates that have nothing to do...Read More
Knowing Spanish for nursing is highly beneficial if you’re a nurse, medical professional, interpreter or even a layperson looking to learn some Spanish medical vocabulary. Today, being able to read, write, and speak in Spanish is an increasingly desired skill for medical professionals—and everyone.
Being bilingual makes you a valuable asset to any medical team. This is especially...Read More
Imagine that you need to go to the dentist while on vacation in sunny Cancún; what dental terminology in Spanish would you use?
Learning a language implies learning a lot of different vocabulary, even when you don’t need it at the moment. If you were to learn only words that you need when you need them, your language skills would be very limited.
For that reason, today I’ll...Read More
El mes de Diciembre, or December in Spanish, is the twelfth and last month of the year in the Gregorian and Julian calendar. Also, December is the last of seven months that have 31 days.
December got its name from the Latin word “decem”, which means ten because it was the tenth month of the Roman calendar before January and February were added. With time, “decem” evolved to December...Read More
When playing cards in Spanish, you need to know the right terms to avoid confusion, or—even worse—losing money.
In this post, you’ll learn about the Spanish-suited playing cards and some common Spanish card games. I’ll introduce you to the Spanish words for the standard card deck, the correct terms for the suits, cards, and poker hands. Finally, you’ll discover interesting card games...Read More
Learning new vocabulary about money and finance in Spanish is an excellent investment of your time. You’ll surely need it at some point in the future if you continue with your Spanish learning efforts.
For that reason, in this post I’ll explain why it’s so important for you to study this basic vocabulary guide about finance in Spanish. I’ll also introduce you to essential money...Read More
Let’s talk about all things equestrian in Spanish! Horses have been friends and helpers to humans for over 5,000 years, and we continue to cherish and work with them today.
Los caballos are great helpers on farms and ranches, and they’re also a source of transportation and entertainment for many people worldwide.
Anywhere you go, you’ll find horses and people who are...Read More