Adjectives that change meaning depending if you use them with “ser” or “estar” If instead if reading you are more an audivisual person, you can watch the video for this lessonby clicking here –> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26FY52f_Lpc&feature=youtu.be Using with … Continued
Spanish words with no direct English translation If you prefer watch the video lessons instead of reading it, just click here –> https://youtu.be/G3CvQTMLTTU 1- TRASNOCHAR – to stay up late When you go out with friends you probably … Continued
6 common sentences to express difficulty in Spanish Ok let’s start with the common sentence, the world-wide known es difícil, it is difficult, like I said, it’s a bit of a lazy sentence, it is not elaborated and normally … Continued
Quedarse –to stay You can read the mini lesson (below) or watch it here https://youtu.be/iehytHc-JnY I am sure you knew this meaning, but you can use it in more ways 1 a) Quedarse-to stay in a place: … Continued
25 common adjectives in Spanish #Important- we are going to learn adjectives today and adjectives can change depending on the noun they go with, adjectives have gender and number, that means that all the adjectives below are in the masculine-singular … Continued
5 Spanish Slang phrases 1-¡Qué fuerte! You might be confused if you listen to this sentences as fuerte means strong, so the literally translation of this sentences would be how strong! Pretty much, but no, we do not use … Continued
Keyboard symbols in Spanish Well first we see them I think it is need to say that laptop is pórtail in Spanish, although in many parts of South America they call it laptop too. Also we can just … Continued
Spanish verbs that don’t need a preposition Apagar (to turn off) When you ask someone to turn/switch off the lights, you don’t need a preposition after the verb in Spanish, if you are lying on the coach and the … Continued
Useful expressions in Spanish Of course after that introduction the first one making the list is: 1–“lo digo en serio”, which in English can be translated as “I mean it” If one of your flatmates is being … Continued
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