Learn some basic Spanish expressions that will help you in simple or awkward situations. Whether you are studying or traveling to a Spanish speaking country, these common expressions in Spanish will definitely make your life easier. Have fun!
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Learn about choosing between Spanish school language courses abroad in Spain, Guatemala and Argentina. You will also find huge promotions and ways to save big on your next Spanish language program overseas.
Start learning Spanish vocabulary by studying the colors in Spanish. Within a very short time, kids and adults will be able to say more than 10 common colors in Spanish. Keep learning Spanish in a fun way!
This brief Spanish lesson demonstrates how to use adjectives describing people. Remember that the Spanish adjectives are always in agreement with the noun, something that we do not see in English.
If you are interested in Spanish history and learning about Elizabeth, this post will be very informative to you. See a clip of The Armada Speech from the Oscar winning movie Elizabeth.
Teach yourself Spanish slang and learn about the Argentina Lunfardo Rayado. These Lunfardo’s are actually rare Spanish idioms, nonetheless, are used throughout Buenos Aires.
For those interested in Spanish history, you can find out more information about the defeat of the Spanish Amanda, the legendary fleet of the Spaniards that went to battle with the English in 1588. You will learn about the first time Spaniards and English went to battle at closed quarters just off the coast of the Netherlands. A historical event that contributed to Elizabeth’s powerful reign as mistress of the seven seas.
Spanish money conversations can be imperative for you to learn, especially if traveling to a Latin American or Spanish speaking country. This short Spanish lesson will help you to quickly learn common Spanish phrases when it comes to money.
Learn Spanish idioms including rare forms of Spanish idioms and phrases spoken in Argentina such as ‘Lunfardo’. To learn more about these phrases, pick up Rocket Spanish or Verbarrator.
A powerful tool to learning Spanish online is to listen to short stories in Spanish, as this post shows. Practice your listening skills in Spanish with short stories and watch the video in this short exercise.