Get a Solid Spanish Core Vocabulary with the 110 Most Common Words


Did you know that out of the 283,000 words we have in Spanish, we only use around 300?


A normal person uses about 300 words in their daily life, an educated person around 500 and a professional writer …

Hands-on Learning: 9 Online Interactive Spanish Lessons for All Levels


Textbooks can be great for at-home learning but they’re not very interactive.

Classroom study is interactive, but you can’t always do it at home.

There’s only one solution that gives you that sweet “you got chocolate in my peanut butter”-style …

Bigger Is Better! Learn Faster with Spanish Vocabulary Cards


Let’s face it. Sometimes, bigger is better.

Hey, let’s keep it clean! We’re talking vocabulary here.

And when it comes to vocabulary, it’s true.

In any language, the larger your vocabulary is, the easier it is to communicate.

Think …

40+ Spanish Physical Adjectives That Can Turn Boring to Brilliant in a Heartbeat


“…her hairs are gold, her forehead Elysian fields, her eyebrows rainbows, her eyes suns, her cheeks roses, her lips coral, her teeth pearls, her neck alabaster…” —Don Quixote

spanish-physical-adjectivesDulcinea del Toboso is unseen throughout the classic novel, Don Quixote, …

Beyond the Usual: A Basic Spanish "How Are You?" + 8 More


“Hey, what’s up?”

“How’s it going?”

“How have you been?”

In our everyday encounters with other people, we use these phrases over and over.

They aren’t just simple questions—in fact, sometimes they aren’t really questions at all—but variations on a …

Drifting Off? Wake Up to a Hot Cup of Spanish Subject Pronouns!


Once upon a time there was a girl called Martha.

Martha was learning Spanish.

Martha went to the language school every day and Martha was a great student.

One day, Martha decided that it was time Martha went on vacation

12+ Resources to Hear Spanish Words Pronounced for Authentic Learning


When you start learning a new language, no matter how old you actually are, you have to treat yourself like a child.

Baby steps at the beginning are the way to go.

There is no use in trying to memorize …