April 15, 2021
Learn the names of each letter in Spanish! Find out the different variations and why some letters were excluded from the alphabet. Learn the Spanish Alphabet with the educational video below by a Native Spanish Speaker. An adaptation of the traditional Alphabet Song (also known as the classic "ABC song").
January 25, 2021
Learn the Spanish numbers by name and how to pronounce each number. Videos to learn to count from 1 to 10, from 11 to 20, from 10 to 100 by 10s in Spanish and free printables below!
November 03, 2020
There's a bit of confusion with the days of the week in Spanish and capitalization. I felt inspired to write this post after seeing some confusion in many Spanish classes and after I was asked about this a few times. I'm a native Spanish speaker (Spanish is my first and main language too) and it's not true that the days of the week in Spanish are NEVER capitalized. Read more below...
October 30, 2020
The Spanish translation of "trick-or-treat" is "truco o trato", pronounced as "troo-koh oh trah-toh" even though "treat" doesn't exactly mean "trato" in Spanish. Keep in mind that translation from English to Spanish and vice-versa isn't always exact. It has a lot to do with the context. The way people really say certain things in certain situations may be different than the exact translation of words. In this case, the exact translation of "treat" in Spanish would be "dulces" or "golosinas" depending on the country but it's not very common to hear someone say "truco o dulces" on Halloween.
May 27, 2020
A handy guide about how to use your English keyboard when you want to type accent marks, letters and punctuation marks in Spanish such as the letter "ñ" or the word "adiós" with the accented "ó" on your mac.
May 15, 2020
The way we call the letter "W" in Spanish can be so confusing for Spanish learners and even for native Spanish speakers from different countries! Because the same letter has different names ("doble u", "doble ve" or "uve doble") and all of them are correct! The "right name" depends on the Hispanic country you're in or who you're speaking with.