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Benefits of Learning Spanish

Learning a new language is a highly enriching experience as well as an entertaining activity. Among the many languages one can learn, Spanish stands out not only for its beauty and cultural richness but also for the numerous benefits it offers in various aspects of life, which we will discuss below. A Global Language Spoken […]

Spanish online lessons for free

Spanish online lessons for free

Do you want to learn Spanish? Come and discover our online Spanish academy completely for free! We’re launching a special promotion for a limited time. Starting today, you can try our online Spanish classes for all levels. You just have to fill out the contact form that you will find at this link and send […]

Reported Speech in Spanish

Reported Speech in Spanish

In today’s post, we are going to continue learning grammar in Spanish. We are going to learn reported speech, but what is it? The indirect style or reported speech in Spanish is the transmission of words that other people have said or that we ourselves have said to another person. In contrast, direct style reproduces […]

DELE A1 exam for young learners

DELE A1 exam for young learners

The DELE certificates, issued by the Cervantes Institute, are official recognitions that certify the level of skill and proficiency in the Spanish language. Both in the general DELE exams (for adults) and in the exams designed for young learners (intended for children and young people aged 11 to 17), DELE diplomas have official validity, indefinite […]

Relative clauses in Spanish

Relative clauses in Spanish

Relative clauses in Spanish are those that provide additional information about a noun in the main sentence. These sentences often begin with relative pronouns such as “que,” “cual,” “quien,” “cuyo,” among others. Relative pronouns are used to refer to a previously mentioned antecedent to avoid repeating it. In relative clauses, the antecedent is the noun […]

Ser and estar in Spanish

Ser and estar in Spanish

Ser and estar in Spanish can be confusing for those who are learning the language. Both are translated to English as to be, and in other languages, they are also used in the same way, but in Spanish, they are two different verbs. Understanding when to use each one is essential for effective communication in […]

Spanish Grammar for foreigners: Pretérito imperfecto

Spanish Grammar for foreigners: Pretérito imperfecto

Welcome to your corner of Spanish! In today’s post, we’re going to talk about the pretérito imperfecto tense in Spanish. The Pretérito imperfecto is one of the most commonly used verb tenses in Spanish to discuss the past. Unlike the pretérito perfecto tense that emphasizes a completed action in the past, the pretérito imperfecto focuses […]

Pretérito indefinido. Spanish Grammar for Foreigners

Pretérito indefinido. Spanish Grammar for Foreigners

The pretérito indefinido in Spanish is one of the past tenses of the indicative mood that causes the most headaches for students of Spanish as a foreign language. That’s why today we’re going to do a comprehensive review of the pretérito indefinido: forms of regular and irregular verbs, uses, and the most common time markers. […]

Pretérito Perfecto in Spanish

Pretérito Perfecto in Spanish

Welcome to a new post in your Spanish corner! The past tenses in Spanish are one of the grammatical points that students often have doubts about. That’s why we are going to explain each of the indicative past tenses in the coming days. Today, we start with the pretérito perfecto de indicativo (also called the […]

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