30 Spanish phrases to accept or reject an invitation

Spanish phrases to accept or reject an invitation

Responding to an invitation in a language that isn’t your first can be a daunting task. The fear of inadvertently coming across as rude due to a linguistic misstep is a concern many of us share. The struggle lies in not knowing the exact words or phrases to use, and the last thing anyone wants … Read more

Spanish suffixes

Spanish suffixes

Did you know there are over 275 suffixes in the Spanish language? Imagine if you would know just a couple and how this would enhance your Spanish vocabulary? Let’s review what a suffix actually is and also the most common suffixes of the Spanish language. At the end of this article you will find a … Read more

How long does it take to learn Spanish?

How long does it take to learn Spanish

Learning Spanish is not an easy task. It takes time and effort to learn a new language. The amount of time it takes to learn a language depends on the person, their skills, and the type of learning they are doing. The most common way to learn a new language is through lessons or classes. … Read more

Learn Spanish verbs

learn spanish verbs

Learning Spanish verbs is the key to be able to master this language. Knowing the right verbs and being able to conjugate them will make you king of the language. And if you want to learn, you will need all the right tools to get you there as soon as possible. We have listed all … Read more

25 most used Spanish verbs – poster

25 most used Spanish verbs

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

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