SpanishPod101 Review: (Mostly) Free Fun for Visual and Audio Learning


Imagine this all-too-common language-learning scenario:

You’re traveling to Latin America for the first time. You took a few years of high-school Spanish way back when and you’re confident you’ll be able to muddle your way through a basic Spanish conversation

7 Spanish for Communication Textbooks to Help You Speak Your Mind


Hey, we need to talk.

No really: Humans have an innate need to connect with others

And one of the best ways to do this is through communication.

Whatever your motivation is behind learning Spanish, communicating with others …

Spanish Adjective Clauses: When 1 Word Isn’t Enough

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I was sitting in my office at night, the neon light blinking on and off outside my window driving me crazy.

I thought I was done with grammar lessons and I was ready to hang up my hat.

That is …

19 Spanish Prepositions of Place to Take Your Language Skills Above and Beyond


It sure feels like sometimes, “nada hay nuevo debajo del sol” (“there’s nothing new under the sun”).

Especially when you’re working on your language learning.

Every study session begins to feel the same.

Verbs and tenses start to blend together.…

Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns in Spanish, or How to Sound Like a Native


Imagine if someone said the following:

“I bought a car. The car is very fast. The car was red but I had the car painted yellow.”

This tells you two things: 1. The speaker now has a yellow car and …

3 Ways to Say “But” in Spanish (and Some Exercises to Learn Them!)

but in spanish

“But moooom!”

Even if you haven’t been on the receiving end of these words, you’re sure to have heard them at some point.

It might not come as a surprise that “but” is one of the most common words in

Transformation Complete! When Adjectives Act as Nouns in Spanish


Do you believe in magic?

Did you know there are words in Spanish that can magically transform into a different part of speech?

This post will teach you how to take a Spanish adjective, do some hocus-pocus and …