Spanish adjectives to speak as a native


  afectado/a –lleno de emoción, in English would be affected, but the meaning is a bit different La zona se vio afectada por el terremoto-the area was affected by the earthquake   ágil – vivo y fluido, in English nimble … Continued


Spanish expressions with the word death


  So some Spanish expressions with the word death might be –¡de muerte! This expression can be used in two different ways although the meaning is pretty much the same. If someone scares you you can say-“me has dado un … Continued


Entrevista con los expertos-Ep 9 Jamie Carocio


Entrevista con los expertos-Ep 9 Jamie Carocio   As always you can find the transcript of the interview below with all the links mentioned in the video.     Transcrip-   B-¡ Hola amigos! Soy Blanca de Spanish connection Edinburgh y … Continued


Spanish verbs without preposition


Spanish verbs without preposition   As I said above some Spanish verbs are not followed by a preposition at all, even though their English equivalents always require one before a dependent or related element.     1-Agradecer-to thank for Imagine … Continued


Different uses of “se” in Spanish


  Different uses of “se” in Spanish   1-“se” impersonal. It is used in guidelines, instructions, advice etc. It works as a marker for impersonal staments, when we do not want to mention the person who makes the action. Se … Continued