Spanish idioms to indicate mood


Spanish idioms to indicate mood   Here is the first part of the idioms (picture and the sentences below)     Estar herido en… No dar pie… Estar de capa… Tener un día… Pasar una… Hacer realidad… Llegar a… Dar … Continued


Very useful expressions in Spanish


very useful sentences in Spanish   ¡date prisa! Used when you want to hurry someone up, and that is the equivalent in English too. If you are running late to the cinema and your friend isn’t still where you were … Continued


Most common sentences in Spanish


Most common sentences in Spanish.   I am not going to talk you about rocket science and I bet you have listened/used some of this common sentences before, but I think it is good if you have them all in … Continued


Spanish expressions and its English equivalent


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


Best Christmas Wishes


As usual in this dates, I have made a video for you as I think is a bit more personal, hope you enjoy it.     Also I wanted to give you something apart of my season greetings so I … Continued


Spanish past tenses III


Spanish past tenses III We will have a look to the conjugations first, and see a couple of examples afterwards. PRETÉRITO PERFECTO COMPUESTO Use-We use this tense when the action is ended  but the time is not. -AR                                         -ER=IR YO                                          … Continued


Spanish past tenses II


One of the difficulties on the Spanish past tenses, apart of the conjugations, that we all know…It is…there are so many to chose from! That is why in this serie of blogs we are treating one at a time. Today … Continued


Spanish past tenses I


PRETÉRITO PERFECTO COMPUESTO We use this tense when the action is ended  but the time is not. Using this tense the temporal  markers  are important as if we are talking about  something we have done this week, we will use … Continued


COLLOQUIAL TIPS FOR SPANISH CONVERSATIONS


  We have a few with the verb “estar”, so let’s start colloquial tips for Spanish conversation with that.     1-ESTAR liado-to be busy doing something. Your friends are going to a conference and they ask you to come, … Continued