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100 Most Common Spanish Adjectives

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Looking for the most commonly used adjectives in Spanish? You’ve come to the right place! Here is your list of 100 Spanish adjectives that you can practice everyday. No time to read now? No worries, you can also download the Most Common Spanish Adjective List in PDF and Audio MP3!Just click on the big yellow […]

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50 Common Spanish Phrases

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Traveling to a Spanish-speaking country soon? Or are you planning to learn Spanish? If you’re looking for a list of common Spanish phrases, I’m happy to share with you this list of the most common and useful Spanish phrases. This list of phrases is not only useful when you’re on travel. At the start of your […]

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Spanish Text Slang: How to LOL like a true Spaniard

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These days, it seems like every1 is using txt lingo. U c it all the time. It’s impossible 2 miss. It’s even seeped into our everyday speech: “OMG!” “LOL” “BRB.” Texting has become more popular than phone calls to communicate. The shorthand slang that used to be like a learned second language has become as common […]

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Spanish Calendar Vocabulary: Days and Months in Spanish

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Another year is here! A whole new set of twelve months to look forward to. You know what’s a good way to mark this occasion? Learn Spanish words about the calendar! Here in this article, we’ll talk about Spanish words for the different days of the week, the Spanish names of the months, as well as […]

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How to make calls in Spanish: Spanish Phone Call Vocabulary and Phrases

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Phone calls can be unnerving to some. But you know what makes it even more difficult? Calling someone while speaking Spanish! No worries to you though. Here in this article, we’ll learn how to make phone calls in Spanish and go through some Spanish phone call vocabulary. We’ve listed down some words and phrases used when […]

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Spanish Vocabulary: Let’s Talk About the Weather and Seasons

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The weather is usually a go-to topic for small talk. So when you’re learning Spanish, you better learn all about Spanish weather vocabulary, too! In this article, let’s take a look at weather and seasons vocabulary in Spanish. Plus, a bit of easy examples on how you can use them in sentences. Ready? Let’s go! Quick Navigation […]

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Spanish Medical Vocabulary: 35 Common Diseases Translated in Spanish

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Are you a medical professional or medical student who is also learning Spanish? In this article, let’s review the different common diseases and learn what they are called in Spanish. To make the vocabulary stick, don’t forget to the short quiz at the bottom of the article! Quick Navigation List of Common Diseases in Spanish Mini […]

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Popular Spanish Proverbs

Are you ready to start imparting some wisdom in Spanish? Then look no further than our list of 15 Spanish proverbs, complete with examples that demonstrate how to use them!1. El mundo es un pañueloLiteral translation: The world is a handkerchief. SourceMeaning: It’s not uncommon to see proverbs and idioms in one language that make […]

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Common Spanish Adverbs Every Learner Needs to Know

Adverbs are an important part of language and they are crucial words to learn if you want to properly get your point across. From modifying verbs, adjectives, other adverbs, and clauses, adverbs will tell you how something was done, adding more clarity to your conversations. Here in this article, we will take a look at […]

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How to Tell the Time in Spanish

HOW TO TELL TIME IN SPANISH

¡Hola! Telling the time is an important skill, so we’ve given you a complete guide to telling the time in Spanish, split into handy sections. Sit back, relax, and let’s learn some Spanish! Quick Navigation I. Num​​​​​bersII. O’clockBONUS:III. Half pastIV. Quarter pastV. Quarter toVI. Minutes pastVII. Minutes toVIII. A few extras:IX. 12-hour vs 24-hour clockX. […]

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