Different meaning and ways to use the Spanish word “cojones” The Spanish word “cojones” it might be so popular because it has so many different meaning and ways in which can be used, so let’s see a few … Continued
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
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
Common sentences that are very different As in every single blog, i just will give you a hint of them, there are always more, but I putt he ones I think are most common according to my experience. … Continued
Same or similar words in Spanish and in English Before we start seeing some words I just want you to keep in mind that even when the words might be the same or similar you need to remember that … Continued
Spanish series that would help you with your Spanish Before we start with the list I want to make clear here, if watching Spanish series get too frustrating, or too hard and you do not enjoy, stop watching! … Continued
Spanish expressions and its English equivalent Let’s start with the ones you have probably heard before. 1-Ser pan comido Literally: To be bread eaten Meaning: something is easy to do English equivalent: to be a piece of cake Example: … Continued
Popular Spanish celebrations you can’t miss in 2018 As I said I will give you one celebration per month, I know….it is not enough, but I will try my best. Enero-January La cabalgata de los Reyes Magos-you … Continued
SPANISH IDIOMS THAT USE NUMBERS 1-BUSCAR TRES PIES AL GATO Literally: To search for three feet in the cat Equivalent: To split hairs or to complicate things When to use it: When you overcomplicate things Example: … Continued
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