Past Participle Spanish: Our Guide to Forming and Using Spanish Participles

In today’s post we are going to cover the Spanish past participle. Some students may not know what we are talking about but we can assure you that

Ordinal Numbers in Spanish: Let’s learn first, second, third… in Spanish

Although ordinal numbers in Spanish are not as commonly used as cardinal numbers (one, two, three, etc.), they are used in situations where the speaker wants to express order,

Tú vs Usted: When to Use Each “You” in Spanish

Before we go into tú vs usted in Spanish, there’s one thing we need to be honest about. There are 500 million people in the world who speak

Question Words in Spanish: The Ultimate Guide to Asking Questions in Spanish

Whether for philosophical reasons or perhaps because you just need to know where the bathroom is, knowing how to ask questions is a fundamental part of any language.

Activities in Spanish: How to Talk About Your Hobbies in Spanish

Talking about your favorite sports and hobbies is a great way to break the ice and improve your conversation skills. Knowing how to talk about your favorite activities in Spanish

Clothes in Spanish: All the Vocab You Need for Clothing in Spanish

Who doesn’t like to feel confident and comfy in the clothes of their choice? Clothing is not only a convenient tool that provides comfort and protection from the

Chores in Spanish: Essential Vocabulary and Phrases

Learning how to speak about everyday activities is one of the main objectives of acquiring any language. That’s why today we are going to learn how to talk

¡Buen Provecho! A Delicious Guide to Food in Spanish

You will surely agree that food is an essential part of our lives. After all, who doesn’t like a good plate of delicious food? Whether it’s to go

Telling Time in Spanish: A How-to Guide

Knowing how to talk about time is one of the most basic skills we need when we speak in any language. Whether we’re catching a bus or a

Easy Future Tense Spanish: Using the “Voy a” Hack to Talk About the Future

How do we talk about what will happen in the near future in Spanish? We can use the simple future tense, but if you’re the kind of person