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Common Mexican Slang to Help You Sound Like a Local

Mexican Spanish is one of the most exciting forms of the language. Travel to Mexico, and you’ll soon discover the abundance of Mexican slang used in daily conversation. Literal translations of Mexican slang may be confusing on paper, but understood correctly by the locals when used in the right context.If you want to talk Spanish […]

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Trabalenguas: Let’s Practice Some Spanish Tongue Twisters!

In this article, we’ll introduce you to some of the most fun tongue twisters in the Spanish language. The word for ‘tongue twister’ in Spanish is ‘trabalenguas,’ which comes from the verb ‘trabar’ (‘to get tangled up’) and the noun ‘lengua’ (‘tongue’)! table of contents 1What is a tongue twister?2How can tongue twisters help your […]

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An Easy Guide to Indefinite Pronouns in Spanish

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There are lots of different types of pronoun in Spanish. Indefinite is just one type. In this article we look at the main ones and show you some examples of them in use. table of contents What is a pronoun?What makes an indefinite pronoun?What about indefinite adjectives?Quiz What is a pronoun? A pronoun is a […]

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How to Express Surprise, Indifference, and Disbelief

Today’s blog post is about how to express three different states in Spanish: surprise, indifference, and disbelief. We’ll be looking at them one by one! table of contents How to Express Surprise in SpanishHow to Express Indifference in SpanishHow to Express Disbelief in Spanish How to Express Surprise in Spanish There are several ways to […]

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11 Spanish Supernatural Characters

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If you’re anything like me, and you get some weird thrill out of freaking yourself out, then this is the article for you.Turns out there are heaps of creepy supernatural characters in the folklore of Spanish-speaking countries all over the world, ranging from stalkery hairdressers through to goat-sucking beasts!Some of these entries might be distressing […]

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A Quick Guide to Spanish Idiomatic Expressions

Fluent Spanish speakers understand not only words and phrases, but are able to decipher the many Spanish colloquial expressions and idioms. Just as with English, many of the most common Spanish idioms vary widely from their literal translations.We’ll cover some of the most famous Spanish idioms, so you’ll sound like a native speaker in no […]

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Essential COVID-19 Spanish Vocabulary to Help You in the Pandemic

Wherever in the world you’re reading this from, we’ve had a collectively unusual experience over the past several months. So today we’re having a break from grammar and looking at some vocabulary that should be useful in these weird COVID times. table of contents Spanish words being used during a pandemicSpanish Medical Terms Related to […]

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Spanish Idiomatic Verbal Phrases: Expressions with dar, estar, hacer, tener

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It’s all well and good knowing how to conjugate verbs, but where’s the fun if you can’t use them in idiomatic expressions?! We’ve compiled a list of idiomatic verbal phrases that use three of Spanish’s most common verbs: ‘dar,’ ‘estar,’ and ‘hacer.’ It can be pretty amusing to see how idioms literally translate, so we’ve provided […]

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How to Express Opinions in Spanish

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After you’ve mastered the basics of Spanish, it’s a natural next step to learn how to express opinions, as it can make your conversations so much more interesting. Imagine a day where you couldn’t say how you felt about anything! table of contents Asking for someone’s opinionSaying what you like and dislikeImportant verbsCreer (to believe)Pensar […]

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Passive Voice in Spanish (‘ser + past participle’ construction)

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In this article, we will run you through the Spanish passive voice. Hang tight and let’s go! Table of Contents What is the passive voice?Sometimes it’s best avoided …‘Ser’ + past participlePast participlesPast participles: irregularsLet’s agree to agree‘Por’Quiz What is the passive voice?First of all, it’s important to remember that the passive is a voice, […]

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