If you have just started learning Spanish, or have been studying for some time, you may still be wondering what is the best type of Spanish to learn. Spanish is a diverse language spoken in countries from Europe to South America and the Caribbean. Some people argue that Spanish is . . .
Saying you’re welcome in Spanish can become a pretty routine part of any conversation. But you may get tired of using the same phrase over and over again. If you are tired of saying “de nada,” try some new responses to make your conversations have more variety. Also, native speakers . . .
You probably already know how to say thank you in Spanish. After you have had a few conversations in Spanish, you may feel like it’s dull if you are always saying the same thing over and over again. Although “gracias” is an important staple in your vocabulary, there are other . . .
Do you have friends that speak Spanish? Or are you in a new relationship with a Spanish-speaking boyfriend or girlfriend? During the holidays, you may find yourself invited to your first Spanish family dinner, holiday party, or social event. When two or more people relate to one another, you have . . .
A few weeks ago, I ran into a Spanish speaker from Argentina at one of my Spanish meet ups. I immediately noticed his accent, and how different it is from every other Spanish dialect. In this is guest post by James Granahan of Lingua Materna, you will learn how Argentine . . .