In today’s blog I cover another of the many multi-meaning verbs in Spanish. It is the turn of “echar”. As you probably know, specially if you have been reading my blog post (I have written about a few recently) in … Continued
Today I am talking about 8 words that are among my favourites. The words I mention today are so common among native speakers, but not that much between students are there are words that you won’t come across in the … Continued
You might be very surprised, or you might also think that I am crazy, 4 different forms of porque!! Today I am talking about the 4 different ways of porque, that it sounds like a lot, but honestly they are … Continued
Today I am talking about the verb “picar”, which is a verb with several (and very different) meanings. Today, as you know, I am talking about another verb, yes, another that has several meanings, so many that I have had … Continued
This week is Easter, and in Spain is quite a popular holiday. As you probably know Spain likes to celebrate things, and Easter is not different, we are traditionally a catholic country, so Easter is still quite popular, it is … Continued
Today I am talking about two common errors Spanish students make. Today’s blog is going to be quite short and straight forward, today I am going to tell you about two common mistakes Spanish students make, most of the time … Continued
Day a day vocabulary is so important and sometimes overlook when learning a new language Sometimes when we learn a new language we are focus on the grammar, but vocabulary is very important too in order to have a conversation, … Continued
The verb llevar is quite an interesting verb as you can see it in many different context, and meaning different things. All the languages have some verbs that have at least one verb with multiple uses, if you are an … Continued
Today’s blog is a bit more advance, as I am talking about Spanish structures that use the subjunctive. Probably, if you are a beginner or you haven’t heard about the subjunctive yet, this blog is not a good fit for … Continued
A lot of students know how to describe personalities with plain adjectives, but in Spain we have a few colloquial ways to describe someone’s personality that are even more common that the words you will find in the textbooks. If … Continued
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