De viaje desde el 10-27 de febrero sin acceso a internet para responder mensajes

Dear students, Early on the 10th of February I will be traveling to Chile to spend 2 weeks in the Andes mountain-range. Therefore I wont have access to internet, and I wont be able to read and reply any messages until my return home on the 27th. But I promise I will catch-up with all … Continue reading De viaje desde el 10-27 de febrero sin acceso a internet para responder mensajes

Spanish lesson 316: Vosotros Vs. Ustedes – Tú Vs. Usted

Spanish Pronouns for YOU (Plural and Singular – Formal and Informal) Many native English speakers get very confused with the 4 different subject pronouns they learn for the 2nd person in Spanish. While in English they only use the pronoun YOU. Let me put it very simple and easy for your: tú – singular-informal for … Continue reading Spanish lesson 316: Vosotros Vs. Ustedes – Tú Vs. Usted

Spanish Listening Comprehension Quiz #2: Practice and exercise your Spanish skills

Spanish Listening Comprehension Quiz 2 The present audio has subtitles. But you may only see them if you are accessing from a computer. Unfortunately they aren’t displayed if you are using a mobile or tablet. However, the subtitles are not relevant for the quiz. So, if you cannot see them, it doesn’t really matter.

Spanish Listening Comprehension Quiz #1: Practice and exercise your Spanish skills

Spanish Listening Comprehension Quiz 1   The present audio has subtitles. But you may only see them if you are accessing from a computer. Unfortunately they aren’t displayed if you are using a mobile or tablet. However, the subtitles are not relevant for the quiz. So, if you cannot see them, it doesn’t really matter.

315: Spanish superlatives Spanish comparatives Spanish diminutives

Spanish Reflexive Pronouns   In the present video I will teach you how to use Spanish superlatives, comparatives and diminutives. I will give you several examples for you to understand how to use each one.  It’s not difficult. Basically, for Spanish comparatives you simply add “más” (more) or “menos” (less) before the adjective. For Spanish … Continue reading 315: Spanish superlatives Spanish comparatives Spanish diminutives

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