Celebrating International Women’s Day in Spanish is the perfect classroom activity for empowering language students while teaching them about relevant history.
With so many changes around the world, recognizing the fight for women’s rights is now more important than ever.
Teaching your students about this important date is a fantastic opportunity for learning new Spanish...Read More
Are you curious about weird expressions in Spanish that don’t seem to make sense?
Some of these are extremely strange, others are humorous, or old, but I assure you that these funny Spanish phrases will get you closer to speaking like a native.
You can find this kind of saying in every language, it is not exclusive to Spanish. Just think of “until the fat lady sings” or...Read More
How many Spanish onomatopoeias do you know? How often do you use them? They are, after all, necessary elements of any language. Onomatopoeias are words that phonetically imitate, resemble, or suggest the sound that they describe.
Woof! Meow! Splash!
With these three little words, you can almost see a dog chasing a cat, and then the cat falls into a pool. Do you see? ...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
Are you prepared for a crucial business meeting in Spanish?
Business is discussed in many languages. As Spanish is the official language in more than 18 countries, it’s used by many companies and organizations.
Bilingual employees are highly valued in the workplace. They’re a communication bridge with suppliers, customers, and colleagues around the world.
Do you...Read More
Valentine’s Day is on the horizon. In Latin America, much like in the United States, it’s a day when upscale, romantic restaurants are booked to capacity and shops are overflowing with flower bouquets and chocolate truffles. Happy couples walk along hand-in-hand, and everything is basked in rainbows and candlelight.
Chocolate, roses, lingerie, and love poems are some of the common...Read More
Do you want to thank a dear friend for always being there for you?
Do you like to express your love and admiration to a relative?
Maybe you want to finally tell someone how you feel…in Spanish.
February 14th is just around the corner, and to help you improve your Spanish, here are 75 Valentine’s Day phrases in Spanish.
Aside from our word list, you’ll find...Read More
Qué tal vs cómo estás is one of the first debates new Spanish learners engage in. That’s because these two everyday Spanish phrases are so common.
But, what’s the difference between qué tal and cómo estás? Are they the same? Or do they only exist to torment new learners of the language like yourself?
Today, I’m explaining the subtle differences between these two greeting...Read More
Knowing about the Zodiac in Spanish will undoubtedly help you strengthen your Spanish-speaking skills and engage in meaningful conversations with other Spanish speakers!
It will also let you go deeper into your and other people’s personalities. Now, you may know that Aries in Spanish is, well, Aries. Easy, right? In Spanish it’s pronounced Ah-ree-ehs. All zodiac signs in English are...Read More
“I don’t know” in Spanish is probably an expression you’ve used at least once or twice.
Doubt and insecurity are the same in every language. Not knowing something can sometimes be frustrating and poses a challenge. These are tough feelings to escape when it comes to learning.
However, when it comes to Spanish you’ll be amazed by the different and unique ways you can say...Read More