ail madrid

After POR o PARA another Spanish dilemma is SER o ESTAR.
Did you know the difference and how to use them?

Do you know how to use the comparative in Spanish? Here you have some cute examples of its use :)

Did you know all the different meanings of the verb “parecer”? This post will help you our memorizing them :)

In the past weeks we’ve been learning different Spanish expressions, now it’s time to continue. This time we have expressions with food.

We all know that Spanish food is tremendously good and they can’t stop continuing talking about it but with different meanings. Check it out!!Do you have similar onces in your native language?

One of the first thing that you learn when you start studying Spanish is that fenimin worlds end in -A and musculin in -O but this is not always true.

Here some example among many, of worlds endind in  -A but masculine.

What to do? Just memorize these cases and everything would be simplier :)

Spanish might be tricky sometimes, but let’s try to make it simpler! Today we would like you to focus on homophones (words that have the same sound but different spelling). Do you know some more?

To speak perfectly a language it’s necessary to use the right propositions. So let’s start with the first of a series! Did you know all its use?

We have prepared some more expressions for you! This times are with food.

Do you have anything similar in your own language?

The prepositions are crucial to perfectly speak a language, so after “A”, it’s time to know all the uses of the preposition “EN”. Did you know all of them?

We have prepared some new Spanish expressions for you.

Use expressions in the proper occassions makes you seems as a native ;)

Having difficulties using Spanish irregular verbs? We’re sure this post will help you out memorizing them :)

We are back with some good Spanish joke, a good way to start the week :)

Did it ever happen to you to go to shop and don’t know how to ask for things? Now you won’t have anymore this problem in a Spanish speaking country :)

The Christmas period is getting closer and closer and lots of gifts are expected to come. Here’s a typical Spanish expression about gifts (not just material ones) :D