On the Case: Spanish Cases in Grammar and Their Role in Spanish Sentences

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It was a dark and stormy night.

The distinction between subjects, direct objects, possessive pronouns and the like was driving me crazy.

I just knew I’d have to learn all about the case.

The Spanish case.

All kidding aside, why …

Learn to Talk About Chores in Spanish: It’s More Fun Than Doing the Dishes!

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Ugh, chores.

Wouldn’t it be great if we never had to do them?

Imagine…

Instead of spending your evening doing dishes, you could spend it eating a delicious meal at a restaurant.

You could sleep in a boutique hotel

Let’s Clear Up the Confusion! Vaya, Valla and Baya as Easy as Spanish Pie

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Are you wondering if you should use b or v?

Are you hungry, but you don’t know if that valla is edible?

Are you unclear as to whether you could jump over it or not?

If these are …

Happy Birthday! Celebrate in Spanish with Songs, Phrases and Fun Facts

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Did your Uruguayan crush just invite you to their birthday party?

Did your Spanish co-worker show up to the office today with a big cake?

Or maybe you’re turning one year older while on vacation in a Spanish-speaking country?…

Si No vs. Sino: Demystifying the Spanish Word Pair Even Native Speakers Mess Up

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Close your eyes.

Visualize your ultimate Spanish-learning dream.

“I want to speak Spanish like a native speaker.”

Come on, dream bigger. You can do it!

“I want to speak Spanish better than a native speaker.”

Now we’re talking!

Native

Unravel The Mystery! Allá, Haya, Halla and Aya as Clear as Day

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Is Spanish spelling your public enemy number one?

Do you get hung up on h’s that are silent, j’s that sound like h’s and double l’s that are pronounced as ya?

Are the words allá, haya, halla and aya 

It’s High Time You Mastered the Past Tense in Spanish with This Comprehensive Guide

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Spanish past tenses.

Does just reading those three words have you in a state of near-panic?

Maybe you’ve heard that using the past tense in Spanish is one of the toughest grammar lessons to learn.

Well, it’s time to put