6 Spanish Slang phrases


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


Recetas españolas


  Hoy voy a hablar gazpacho, que aunque no es mi plato favorito, es muy popular, sobre todo en verano, y en regiones del sur, ya que el gazpacho es una especie de sopa fría, muy saludable e ideal cuando … Continued


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


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


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-episode 4


  Entrevista con los expertos-episode Transcript: Entrevista con los expertos-episode 4 below the video     Blanca- ¡Hola chicos! ¿Qué tal? Soy Blanca fundadora de Spanish connection y estoy una semana más con vosotros en entrevista con los expertos, que … Continued