Today we will learn a few additional shortcuts to talk about the past in Spanish by using verbs in present tense and words that talk about time.
If you already know how to conjugate verbs in the present tense you can use them in conjunction with simple adverbs (such as yesterday, tomorrow, later) as well as simple phrases to talk about the past easily.
Continue reading “Shortcuts to talk about the Past in Spanish Part 2 (Podcast) – LSFB 015”
.There’s a wealth of options to explore when it comes to finding Spanish words that start with A. There are so many words in the Spanish language, that sometimes it’s easier to divide them into subgroups to make things easier. Continue reading “List of Spanish Words that Start with A in Spanish”
Today we will learn a few shortcuts to talk about the past in Spanish without having to memorize several long lists of verb conjugations. Continue reading “Shortcuts to talk about the Past in Spanish – Part 1 (Podcast) – LSFB 014”
Today we will learn how to pronounce the letter E in Spanish as well as a simple trick to remember the right pronunciation. Continue reading “How to Pronounce the letter E in Spanish (Podcast) – LSFB 013”
Today we will learn a few Phrases you can use at Customs and Immigration in a Spanish speaking country, and we will review a short list of examples that will help you practice the right pronunciation. Continue reading “Phrases in Spanish you can use at Customs and Immigration (Podcast) – LSFB 012”
Today we will learn how to pronounce the A in Spanish, and we will review a short list of examples that will help you practice the right pronunciation, as well as short list of common mistakes to avoid. Continue reading “Audio: How to Pronounce the Letter A in Spanish (Podcast) – LSFB 011”
Today we will use a couple of great commercials by Coca-Cola as tools to practice the Spanish. Are you ready to get started? This is how the activity works: Continue reading “Learn Spanish with Coca-Cola – Reasons to Believe in a Better World in Spanish”
There are times when finding materials to practice Spanish can seem like a challenge. But in these times of digital abundance, being creative and resourceful can make things much easier. Continue reading “Learn Spanish with Oral Presentations – Gaby Vargas at TEDxDF”
In this post we will take a look at a few phrases in Spanish that are commonly used by nurses at work.
First, you will find a video that will show you how to pronounce each phrase,
and after the video you will find a written version so you can review the spelling of each one and write them down on your notebook so you can use them at work, starting “mañana”! Continue reading “Spanish for Nurses Video: 25 Phrases that can be Useful at Work (Add Yours!)”
There are many ways to practice Spanish, and when it comes to finding entertaining ways to do it.
Being creative and flexible is an important asset that separates fast learners from those who get bored and quit.
Today we will use a funny Coca-Cola commercial to practice Spanish while discussing a little about Mexican culture. Continue reading “Learn Spanish with Coca-Cola Light – Funny Commercials in Spanish”