Beyond Soccer: 66 Spanish Sports Vocabulary Words to Cover Every Game and Match


When it comes to sports, the Spanish-speaking world is truly in a league of its own.

Spain and Latin America are famous worldwide for their legendary soccer teams.

Spanish speakers also dominate in a variety of other sports, ranging …

Spanish Learning Motivation in Your Backyard: 7 Intriguing Facts About Spanish in the USA


Did you know that the U.S. has no official language?

That’s right—not even English!

America may not lead the world in bilingual education—only 25 percent of Americans can hold a conversation in a second language. But that doesn’t change …

No More Fakin' It! 6 Tips for Portuguese Speakers to Learn Real Spanish Once and for All


Olá! Cómó ‘táz?

Quieres una laranja?

A mim me encanta lo teu nariz!

Oh boy… talk about cringe!

How about we try that again?

Hola, ¿cómo estás? (Hello, how are you?)

¿Quieres una naranja? (Do you want an orange?)


Palabra de Dios: How the Bible Can Help You Learn Spanish


On the first day…

You said: “I’ll get to my Spanish studies tomorrow.”

Oh the second day…

You said: “Yeah, tomorrow. Definitely tomorrow.”

It’s time to begin your own little Spanish fluency creation story. If you’re interested in reading …

6 Fetching Sources for Spanish MOOCs Just for You


We know who your best friend is.

And we would never ask you to replace your furry companion.

But as a language learner, you’ll want to add MOOCs to your list of BFFs.  

MOOC is both a fun word, as …

8 DIY Spanish Translation Exercises with the Answers Built Right In


Just be glad you’re not a Spanish learner from 100 years ago.

Back then, translation was the primary method of foreign language instruction in much of the Western world. And it wasn’t always fun.

Usually you’d get a grammar rule, …

5 Simple Spanish Poems That Are Ridiculously Easy to Memorize


In “The Notebook,” Noah’s dad encourages him to practice reading poetry to help him overcome the stutter he had as a child.

Why on earth is this relevant to Spanish?

A stutter is oftentimes rooted in uncertainty or lack of