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 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
ENTREVISTA CON LOS EXPERTOS-Ep 8 –Mercedes Catania Transcript-Hola amigos y amigas, soy Blanca de Spanish connection Edinburgh, y para los que no me conocéis, esto es entrevista con los expertos, es una entrevista que tenemos al final de cada … Continued
ADJECTIVES THAT CHANGE MEANING WHEN USING THEM WITH “SER” AND “ESTAR” Other adjectives we can use with “ser” and “estar” but that change their meanings are SER ESTAR LISTO -intelligent Marcos es listo (Marcos is intelligent) … Continued
Cookware in Spanish-Utensilios de cocina If you like cooking I think you are going to love the following words, also you could practice more often in your cooking practice, you could even swap the English ones for the … 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
Expressing time in Spanish 1-HACE, the word in English is….AGO, The equivalent in English is ago, but the literal translation is “it makes” So good start we have a word in English, that always makes things easier, the difference … Continued
Talking about fruits and vegetables in Spanish First thing first Fruits and vegetables in Spanish, frutas y verduras Let’s start with VERDURAS, they are a bit more boring 🙂 La calabaza pumpkin Las espinacas spinach Los guisantes pea … Continued
Colloquial idioms with “lío” in Spanish First thing we need to say is that we can use “lío” in several ways. a)Colloquial idioms which mean to be confused, indecisive, or when in some situations we can’t think or make … Continued
“MUY” AND “MUCHO”-how and when to use them If you are boring of reading or you just simply rather watch to the explanation, you have a watch here, but the explanations are in Spanish, which is a good practice … Continued
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