Spanish has verbs with very similar meanings that work well, but are also used for very specific purposes. This is the case for “tratar” and “probar”.
Learning a new language is a good occasion to make mistakes and learn from them. Here are the 5 most common mistakes non-native speakers make in Spanish.
Expressing possession in Spanish is one of the first things you learn when studying this language. “Su” is a very common word used for this purpose.
One of the “shocks” many students face when learning Spanish is when they realize that every single noun has a gender. These tips and tricks will help you!
When you study Spanish you tend to learn the literal meaning of the verbs, but they also have several other uses. An example of such is the verb “caer”.
In Spanish, we have verbs known as affection or psychological verbs. Knowing how to use them can be a little bit frustrating for some students. Here’s how!
Spanish is more than a language, it’s a culture! My favorite thing about A1-2 level is the exploration of vocabulary and verbs. One of those verbs is TOCAR.
Have you ever noticed how many Spanish speakers talk using diminutives? So, if you want to know how to use them and sound more natural, keep reading!