Resources to learn Spanish online

December 17, 2014

Spanish on the phone

When learning Spanish, you have probably had to face up to a conversation by phone at some point. In Spanish, as in most languages, there are some […]
December 10, 2014

How to say NO in Spanish

If you enjoyed the last post about how to say no, in Spanish, you will probably like this infographic, we you will get know more about […]
December 3, 2014

Costar

For sure there are many things you’re great at, but – let’s accept it! – there’s also things you are terrible at. Last week we So we also […]
November 19, 2014

Mientras o mientras que

Connectors in Spanish, as in most languages, are difficult but highly necessary, since they help us orient our speech in one way or another. There are […]
October 29, 2014

” I’m Good at Something ” in Spanish

Everyone has different skills, and, even though we can be better in maths than in English or the other way around, we all are good, or […]
October 15, 2014

3 Ways to Say No in Spanish

¡No, no y no! No is a basic word that we all learn even before learning Spanish… However, there’s more ways to say no in Spanish, depending on […]
October 8, 2014

Demasiado: How to Say Too Much/Many in Spanish

¿Demasiado pequeña o demasiada pequeña? If you have ever wondered how to use demasiado properly in Spanish, here’s a good explanation that will help you clear […]
October 1, 2014

Likes and dislikes in Spanish – Informal expressions

Most people who start learning Spanish learn how to use the verb gustar…But there are many other ways to express likes and dislikes in Spanish, especially when speaking. […]
August 18, 2014

Advertir Algo vs Advertir De Algo

ADVERTIR algo vs ADVERTIR DE algo Hoy hemos compartido en nuestras redes sociales un artículo publicado en la página web Biobiochile.cl, titulado “Academia de letras advierte que […]

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January 13, 2014

The plural of Spanish nouns

As some of you already know, Spanish nouns have gender (masculine and feminine) and number (singular and plural). Today we are going to learn how to form […]