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50 Essential Spanish Phrases for Travelers

50 Spanish Phrases for Travelers

Your bags are packed and everything’s all set. But wait–before you leave for a Spanish-speaking destination, make sure you’re armed and ready with this list of the very basic Spanish travel phrases. Just a few essential phrases are enough to tide you over during your trip, so make sure to have this list handy or better […]

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58 Spanish Christmas and New Year Vocabulary for the Holiday Season

Spanish Vocabulary

It’s christmastime! What better time to learn new Spanish words about the holidays? Whether it is about Christmas traditions or new year celebrations, here is a handy list of Spanish words about the holiday season! You can also download this list in a PDF file. Simply leave your email below to sign up to the […]

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64 Spanish Greetings and Well-Wishes for Important Occasions

Spanish Greetings

Want to convey your greetings, thanks, congratulatory messages or condolences in Spanish? If you’re at a loss on what to say to your Spanish-speaking friends during the most important occasions, take your cue from this list and get Spanish greetings, phrases and sentences you need.Whether it’s a joyous occasion like the holiday season, a birthday, […]

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102 Spanish Classroom Vocabulary

Spanish classroom vocabulary

Looking for a list of Spanish words for objects you find inside the classroom? Here’s your handy list! You can also find here useful words for subjects, lessons, and all things related to the classroom.No time to read now? You can download the list in PDF, too! Simply click the yellow button below! Now, here’s […]

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115 Spanish Words to Describe Character and Personality

Spanish character

Do you want to learn how to describe a person’s character in Spanish? Perhaps someone is kind, passionate, friendly, and funny. Or maybe callous, inconsiderate, and selfish? Regardless of what personality a person has, let’s take a look at this list of Spanish words that describe human character and personality. You can also download the […]

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53 Spanish Words for A Spooky Halloween

Spanish Halloween Vocabulary

Whether you’re celebrating Halloween or not, here are some cool Spanish words perfect for this time of the year. From jack-o-lanterns to trick or treating, learn how to say all things Halloween in Spanish! You can also download this list in PDF format by clicking the yellow button below. Now here’s your list. Did we […]

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36 Spanish Curse Words that are NSFW

How to Swear in Spanish

Ever wondered how to swear in Spanish? Here in this article, you’ll learn some Spanish curse words that are definitely offensive. So remember to use sparingly and only when needed! Quick Navigation Get the list in PDF (+ FREE audio!)I. A Few RemindersII. Spanish Curse Words with English TranslationsIII. Level 2 Spanish CursingIV. Conclusion Get […]

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120 Romantic Spanish Lines to Help You Sweep Someone Off Their Feet

romantic Spanish lines

If you are looking to sweep someone off their feet, these romantic Spanish lines are just what you need! The Spanish language and romance go so well together that a few of these lines would bring you closer to the person who has caught your eye (and heart!). From flirty pickup lines such as: “Me […]

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A Quick Guide to Making Small Talk in Spanish

Spanish Conversation Basics

Small talk can be light-hearted and easy or dreadfully awkward. No matter what, though, one thing is for certain–it’s unavoidable. And now, you’re learning Spanish. This means you’ll have to make small talk–in Spanish. Ready for some Spanish conversations? Cue the nerves!  How do you go about doing this? How do you break the ice and […]

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65 Spanish Words and Phrases to Express Your Daily Routine

Spanish Daily Routine Vocabulary

What’s your daily routine like? Do you wake up at 7, go for a jog, take a shower, get dressed, and then go to work? Regardless of what your routine is, here is a useful list of Spanish vocabulary to help you express your daily activities. You can also download this list as a PDF […]

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