If you study Spanish you know that one of the most difficult things to ‘get your head around’ is the subjunctive tenses. Of course we use the subjunctive in English, but we don’t have a special tense for it. I want you to go – Quiero que vengas. If you had a million dollars, you could… Si tuvieras un millón de dólares… For many students, the first problem occurs when you talk about something that will happen at an uncertain time in the future. In …
Although Halloween is not officially celebrated, this festivity has made it’s way in Spanish speaking countries. With the holidays creeping up on us-it’s time to practice your time of day and holiday vocabulary!
Practice talking about your aficiones (hobbies) and past-times (one of the most fun things to talk about with a new Spanish friend!) using some new vocabulary!
Use this vocabulary list to become proficient in describing nationalities from all of the world correctly en español! Also notice that nationalities in Spanish are NOT capitilized.
Try using this handy hotel vocabulary list to help you create (and understand when listening) Spanish phrases and words common in these situations.
Do you know how to ask for (or give) directions en español? Use this list and try creating sentences and questions with the vocabulary. You’ll be navigating your way through the streets of a Spanish city in no time!
Learn the Spansh salutations to make a good first impression!
In Spain, it is common (and more polite) to use greetings that go beyond just ‘hi’ or ‘hello’ unless you know a person really well and are just saying hello in passing. Spanish people use a variety of salutations, depending on the time of day, to greet each other.
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