Archive | Spanish Vocab and Grammar

Más o Menos? 4 Approaches to Getting Solid Spanish Comparisons Practice

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The little things in life can make a big difference.

A little extra height means you can reach that top shelf.

A few extra points on a pop quiz can earn you an A- instead of a B+.

If you’re …

Use These 10 Panamanian Slang Words and Rock Out in Panama like Van Halen!

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You’re headed to Panama?

¡Qué emoción! (How exciting!)

Are you going to see that engineering marvel, the Panama Canal?

Or maybe you’re an ornithologist? Avid birdwatchers flock (pun intended!) from all over to catch a glimpse of Panama’s amazing

10 Pronunciation Pro Tips for the Hardest Spanish Words to Say

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It’s the ugliest lemon of a car you’ve ever seen.

You’ve just got to point it out to your friend.

“Qué caro!” you exclaim, pointing across the street.

“…What are you talking about?” your friend replies.

Ah, language barrier misunderstandings. …

14 Colorful Puerto Rican Spanish Phrases You'll Use All the Time!

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Are the warm winds and sandy beaches of Puerto Rico calling you?

Interested in exploring El Morro and eating your fill of tostones (fried plantains that are incredibly delicious)?

If so, be prepared to hear some Spanish that’s unique to …

Up with People! Spanish Adjectives for Describing Everyone Around You

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See that guy over there?

The tall, handsome one with that friendly look on his face?

Yes, that’s the one! Him!

Did I make you turn? Did you glance over your shoulder for someone who isn’t—or if you’re lucky, …

Learn How to Conjugate Spanish Verbs in 5 Straightforward Steps

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Don’t let Spanish verb conjugations ruin your day.

A little bit of practice is all it takes to master the conjugation process!

Anyone who’s ever taken a beginner Spanish course will probably groan at the mere mention of verb …

The Personal A in Spanish: Unlock the Door to Understanding

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In Spanish, a simple little word like a can mean many different things.

You might see it used in diverse phrases like:

yo voy a la escuela (I go to school)

estoy a pie (I’m standing)

a mí me encanta