Flavors Using De in Spanish

Flavors using De in Spanish

One of the tricky sentence structures you must learn when learning Spanish is to describe flavors using de in Spanish.  This sentence structure is very different from the way we describe flavors in English (we typically just add an adjective), so it is important to learn this syntax structure in Spanish. Flavors Using De in […]

Spanish Cognates – Quick and Easy Vocabulary Boost

Spanish for Cognates

Cognates Cognates are the words that are very similar in more than one language (in this case we are comparing English and Spanish).  This video gives you over 82 cognates and close cognates that you can learn.  These are a quick and easy way to increase your vocabulary in a new language.  Watch the video […]

Useful Phrases in Spanish and English

Do you want to learn some useful phrases in Spanish or English?  Language is a powerful tool that lets people from different places connect and understand each other. In this blog post, we’ll take you on a journey to learn some useful phrases in English and Spanish. Whether you’re traveling, love languages, or just want […]

Spanish Alphabet Words: The Base of Spanish Phonics

When you are starting to learn Spanish, it’s important to learn the Spanish alphabet words.  It is not so important that you know the names of each letter (although that can be helpful), but you must know the sounds that each letter makes.  Spanish is much easier than English in that regard, most letters make […]

Alphabet Sounds in Spanish

Alphabet Sounds in Spanish

Have you been curious about alphabet sounds in Spanish?  Learning a new language opens up exciting opportunities for communication and connection. One of the foundational steps in learning Spanish is mastering the sounds of the Spanish alphabet. The beauty of Spanish lies in its consistency; each letter has a distinct sound. In this beginner’s guide, […]

Definite and Indefinite Articles in Spanish

Articles, according to Grammarly, are the words that define a noun as specific or unspecific.  In English, the definite article is the, and the indefinite articles are a/an/some.  We use these words everyday, but we sometimes don’t know their function in a sentence. In Spanish the articles are a bit different.  There is both a […]

Noun Genders in Spanish

One of the most difficult topics in learning Spanish is learning when to use the correct genders for different nouns. Each noun in Spanish is either masculine or feminine and needs the correct articles (el or la). This can also change the adjectives used to describe the nouns. But before we get into all of […]

Tu or Usted – Formal and Informal Pronouns in Spanish

This concept is a little difficult for native English speakers.  There are actually four separate pronouns in Spanish for the English pronoun you. Watch this video for a detailed explanation and some tips on when to use the formal or the informal pronouns.