The translation to archery in Spanish is el tiro con arco. But, what else do you know about archery in Spanish?
When thinking about this sport, Robin Hood, Oliver Queen (the star in the Arrow series), or even Cupid might come to your mind. There are also a few celebrities who enjoy practicing archery: Avril Lavigne, Shaquille O’Neal, Eva Longoria, and Jennifer Lawrence.
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Preparing an interview in Spanish takes time and planning. Having the proper Spanish interview questions assures that the conversation will flow smoothly.
If you’re an intermediate or advanced Spanish learner looking to interview someone with all the right questions, this blog post is perfect for you.
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Learn how to introduce someone in Spanish! Either at a job meeting, school event, or social gathering, it is important to know how to introduce yourself and others. After all, first impressions are key!
Throughout this post, you will learn how to say words and phrases that will help you make connections with others in formal and informal scenarios. Discover how to use pronouns and verbs,...Read More
El album de recortes, or scrapbook in Spanish, is an art and craft activity that can be described as creating a book or an album with scraps of photographs, memorabilia and small things.
While scrapbooking was a popular way of customizing your own family photo albums, this activity is so popular it has transcended languages, nationalities and even politics.
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Knowing Spanish time expressions is super useful if you want to take your conversations to a higher level. Knowing how to discuss your thoughts in relation to time will make your speech sound more natural, precise, and fluid.
In this article, you’ll get to know the most common Spanish time expressions with hacer, llevar, and desde. I promise to throw in many useful example sentences...Read More
Sharing your daily routine in Spanish is a fantastic way to get the conversation going with native speakers. By sharing what you do for a living, or what your day-to-day looks like; you’re able to find common interests with new acquaintances or friends.
What’s more, describing your Spanish daily routines, boosts your confidence in Spanish vocabulary.
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Would you like to learn how to say scuba diving in Spanish? There’s a verb for it: bucear. Scuba diving in unknown waters and discovering marine life is one of the coolest experiences ever!
Read this post to take your interest in scuba diving to the next level. Learn how to conjugate the verb bucear and access key scuba diving vocabulary in Spanish.
Latin America has amazing places to...Read More
Sí, por favor, or no, gracias are two of the most famous Spanish travel phrases in the world, because they are so simple.
When eating tacos in Mexico, hiking in Costa Rica, exploring Cuba, tasting coffee in Colombia, visiting the Maya ruins in Guatemala, admiring the Iguazu falls in Argentina, traveling through Spain, or stopping by Equatorial Guinea, it would be very wise to keep a...Read More
La caligrafía, or calligraphy, is el arte de escribir bello (the art of writing beautifully), and it comes from the Greek word “kalligrafía.” It depends on the flow and rhythm of the pen, brush, or writing instrument.
Spanish calligraphy differs from English and Asian calligraphy since it also takes into consideration traits that characterize how a person or a group of people...Read More
Can you believe there are 17 different popcorn names in Spanish? It’s kind of like snow for the Eskimos; Latin Americans agree: this snack is a must!
Movie nights at home or friend gatherings at the movies wouldn’t be the same without popcorn!
As you learn Spanish, it’s helpful to also learn fun facts about Latin American culture and history.
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