Still can’t understand Spanish in conversation? 3 much needed tips!

Still can't understand spanish

Here is the solution! Three tips, that make the secret to understanding this super fast spoken language is this: Learning the “melody” of the language. Listen to Spanish and listen a lot! Over time you’ll be able to recognize that there is a way of construction sentences, a certain way of putting them together. The … Read more

“I would” in Spanish

I would in Spanish

I would like…, I would say…. Would you want…. Would you give? How do you form these sentences in Spanish. Real easy: the conditional tense! The conditional tense (also known as the Potential simple) is used to describe actions that would happen. This is the same as in English when the word would is used (I would eat). The difference in … Read more

Gustar and similar verbs

49 Gustar and similar verbs are listed in this article. First an explanation on how a verb like Gustar works. Next an overview of the most used verbs that are similar to Gustar and than you’ll find a full list of verbs. The verb Gustar is a very useful verb to learn in Spanish. Use … Read more

Weather expressions in Spanish

Weather expressions in Spanish

Fast navigate to: The weather predictions: vocabulary Weather expressions in every day conversation In Spanish, there are various idioms, lexicons, and expressions that are used in everyday language, and often their meaning has nothing to do with the true meaning of the words that make it up. These phrases, expressions, and idioms have their origins … Read more

Spanish christmas vocabulary

Spanish christmas vocabulary

First of all let’s start with some basic Spanish words about Christmas: Merry Christmas! – Feliz Navidad! Happy new year! – Feliz Año Nuevo! Christmas tree – Arbol de Navidad Christmas light – Luces navideñas Christmas stocking – el calcetín de Navidad Christmas carols – Villancicos Christmas card – La tarjeta de Navidad Father christmas … Read more

Traer vs. llevar

traer vs llevar

Traer vs llevar? Many people that start to learn Spanish are confused by how to properly use the verbs Traer and Llevar. First, let’s see what they actually mean: Traer means to bring, to get, to carry Llevar means to carry, to take, to bring The difference between the two verbs is the relation between … Read more