25 most used Spanish verbs – free poster

Do you want to learn Spanish? And do you need a good conjugation chart to get you all the basic verbs you need to be able to have decent conversation in Spanish? Here is a Spanish Conjugation chart and poster with the 25 most used Spanish verbs and the way to conjugate them in 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

Ser vs Estar

Ser vs estar

Ser vs Estar? One of the most important rules to learn when you are learning Spanish. It can even often prevent you from making a fool out of yourself! Let’s take a look at what Ser and Estar actually means and than look at a simple overview of how to use them correctly: What does … Read more

The first 5 verbs you should learn in Spanish

The first 5 verbs you should learn in Spanish

What are the 5 essential verbs to learn in Spanish? That is simple: Deber (must / should) Querer (want) Poder (can / be able to) Necesitar (need) Ir (to go) Why these verbs? It’s really simple: When you conjugate deber, querer, poder, necesitar and ir and add the verb that expresses the action you are … Read more

Reflexive verbs in Spanish

The Spanish language has 69 reflexive verbs. An indicator for a reflexive verb is that the verb (the infinitive) always ends in -se. What is a reflexive verb? A verb is reflexive when the subject and object are the same. Meaning when the person doing the action and the receiver of that action are the … 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