Spanish without relative pronouns is like Snow White without the Seven Dwarfs.
It’s like an extended family get-together without your human relatives.
In other words, it’s boring.
If you don’t believe me, take a look at the paragraph below.
Did you know that there are over 200 suffixes in Spanish?
You do not need to learn them all at once, but you will definitely encounter most of them on your way to proficiency.
The use of …
¿Polly quiere una galleta? (Polly wants a cracker?)
If parrots can learn Spanish vocabulary, so can you!
But we’re going to get you way beyond parrot-level, and into having a 1,000-word vocabulary or better—fast.
Since you’re reading about …
Nouns are our guiding force when learning Spanish.
They help us make sense of the world around us.
Without them, we would not be able to name the objects, places, people and ideas—both visible and invisible—with which we interact every …
Do you believe in magic?
Gosh, that’s some cliché question, isn’t it? But do you?
I believe in magic. Isn’t it magical when you’re able to read in a foreign language as if it were your own?
Isn’t it marvelous …
Grammar is a joke.
Literally! And this is coming from a Spanish grammar teacher.
If you don’t believe me, have a look at this:
What’s the difference between a cat and a comma?
One has claws at the end …
Why are frogs feminine in Spanish?
And, for that matter, why are bras masculine?!
Getting the hang of using gender in the Spanish language really can be hard at first, as it’s a relatively unfamiliar concept for native English …