This vocabulary guide to literature and book genres in Spanish will help you level up your Spanish reading!
Being able to talk about different genres of books in Spanish not only aids in your Spanish comprehension abilities but also gets you closer to becoming a fluent speaker!
This guide provides plenty of resources to help get you started with reading in Spanish. Master book...Read More
Have you ever had an opportunity to talk about your childhood in Spanish? When you travel a lot and establish friendships with people in other countries, you tend to share your most tender memories and compare and contrast your experiences.
Talking about childhood in Spanish requires the use of Spanish past tenses and specific vocabulary. Some useful time expressions exist that give time...Read More
If you’re an employer or an employee in the business world, learning about human resources in Spanish is one of the most important areas of Spanish vocabulary you can study.
Keep reading to discover why you should learn about human resources in Spanish, some basic vocabulary about this important topic, and useful terms you need to know before going to your next job...Read More
How do you say origami in Spanish? Simply, el origami. Although, if you want to use the technical term, you can refer to it as la papiroflexia (pronounce it: pa-pee-roh-fleh-xee-ah), or la cocotología (pronounce it: koh-koh-toh-loh-hee-a). However, not a lot of people outside of Spain use or even understand these terms.
We find no change in the word origami in Spanish because the...Read More
If you’re looking for a creative way to learn Spanish, read this post on Spanish painting vocabulary! Spanish art words are similar to their English counterparts, making them fun and easy to remember.
We’ll cover the basic Spanish words that mean art, along with artistic places and attributes. You’ll also learn the technical words related to art materials, equipment, and techniques,...Read More
La jerga panameña (Panamanian slang) is quite extensive, and just as with many other Latin American countries’ slang, Panamanian is one highly influenced by the U.S.
Panamanians have a great amount of words that come from the English language—such as blod or blo from “blood” meaning “brother” or close friend, dain from the word “dime” meaning in fact ”10 cents,” fren from “friend,”...Read More
How do you say “pottery” in Spanish?
La alfarería, pronounced “al-fa-reh-ree-ah” (with an emphasis on “ree”), not only means “pottery” but also “pottery shop.”
Pottery is one of mankind’s most noble arts. You can find pottery in six out of the seven continents in the world, proving it was integral to most world cultures for a long time.
Interestingly, it was the...Read More
Crafters and creatives, this post about embroidery and cross-stitch in Spanish is what you’ve been waiting for!
Learn how to explain embroidery and cross-stitch in Spanish easily and clearly and become your friends’ most creative Spanish speaker!
Essential Embroidery Terms
If you’re a creative mind, use these terms about embroidery and cross-stitch in Spanish to begin a...Read More
It’s no longer an opinion, it’s just a fact—sandwiches are the best. And since you’re also learning Spanish, it makes sense that you’re ready to talk about your favorite sandwich in Spanish.
A sandwich is as unique as its maker. For us sandwich lovers, it’s impossible to resist the delicious aroma of freshly baked bread that begs to be filled with crisp cold cuts, sharp cheese, and the...Read More
Combine the worlds of glassblowing and learning a foreign language with this vocabulary guide to glassblowing terms in Spanish!
Soplado de vidrio (glassblowing) is a unique artform in which a skilled artist shapes heat-softened glass. While many techniques to manipulate glass exist, one of the most famous is to blow air into a tube while the glass is heated.
To say “glassblowing”...Read More