Visiting a Mexican Supermarket: 7 Weird Food Items You Can Find

Visiting a Mexican Supermarket: 7 Weird Food Items You Can Find

Visiting a Mexican Supermarket? As a foreigner, you might find some of the items you can buy weird… and you might be thrown off by some of our “supermarket etiquette” too!  In this video, I, Paulísima from Spring Spanish, will take you on a Mexican supermarket tour, and show you a bunch of weird and…

8 Mexican Classics Songs You Have to Know to Impress Natives (Videos Included)

8 Mexican Classics Songs You Have to Know to Impress Natives (Videos Included)

Hello, dear friends! I’m Paulísima from Spring Spanish. Today we have a really fun topic. We’re talking about impressing Mexicans by singing some Mexican classics songs… and one that’s more of a new classic. So, pay attention and get ready to surprise your Mexican friends! 1. Las mañanitas – A charming serenade This charming song…

Possessive Adjectives in Spanish: Learn Mi, Tu, Su & More with Chunking!

Possessive Adjectives in Spanish: Learn Mi, Tu, Su & More with Chunking!

Hello dear ones! Welcome back to Spring Spanish, where you learn Spanish with chunks, also known as the easiest way of all! I’m Paulísima, your Spanish teacher, and today we’ll dive into possessive adjectives in Spanish, as well as pronouns. By the end of this lesson, you’ll not only understand them, but you’ll also use…

10 Secret Mexican Words to Impress Native Speakers + Fun Facts

10 Secret Mexican Words to Impress Native Speakers + Fun Facts

Spanish has incorporated many words from various indigenous languages. This adds rich cultural diversity to the language. Today we will explore 10 Mexican words in Spanish that have their origins in native Mexican and Mesoamerican languages. I’m Paulísima, your Spanish teacher at Spring Spanish. Let’s begin! Spanish English Elote, Maíz Corn Esquites Corn kernels dish…

Sound Smart in Spanish: 5 Words That Native Speakers Use (with Examples)

Sound Smart in Spanish: 5 Words That Native Speakers Use (with Examples)

I’m Paulísima, from Spring Spanish, and today I’ll teach you 5 words that make you sound smart in Spanish while speaking with native speakers! Let’s say you want to spice up your Spanish and sound a little more fancy than average… These words are perfect for you! Let’s start with a word that, even if…

Sentir Conjugation: 4 Meanings & How to Use it Like a Native (with Examples)

Sentir Conjugation: 4 Meanings & How to Use it Like a Native (with Examples)

The verb “sentir” is important for expressing emotions and sensations in Spanish. In this lesson, we’ll learn the sentir conjugation and use this verb in different contexts. I’m Paulísima, your Spanish teacher at Spring Spanish. Let’s get started! 1. Uses of the verb “sentir” The verb sentir has 4 meanings: Experiencing a sensation with sentir…

5 Things Americans do Mexicans Hate – Examples

5 Things Americans do Mexicans Hate – Examples

Hard-shell tacos? All Mexicans being called José García? Mexicans always wear sombreros? Eating breakfast burritos and other food that causes stomach aches?  Here are 5 things Americans do Mexicans hate. The question is: Are you doing these things too?  I’m Paulisima from Spring Spanish, and here’s my first pet peeve: 1. No, I don’t know…

DON’T Make These 5 Funny Spanish Mistakes (+ What to Say Instead)

DON’T Make These 5 Funny Spanish Mistakes (+ What to Say Instead)

¡Hola, mi gente! Yo soy Paulisima, de Spring Spanish. In this lesson I’m going to show you 5 funny and embarrassing mistakes I hear Spanish students make ALL the time and what to say instead, so YOU don’t make a fool of yourself with these funny Spanish mistakes! Solo tengo una pregunta (I only have…

Pensar Spanish Conjugation: Learn it with chunks and never forget it again!

Pensar Spanish Conjugation: Learn it with chunks and never forget it again!

The verb “pensar” (to think) is a very commonly used verb in Spanish. The verb “pensar” in Spanish means to reflect, consider, or have an opinion about something. It is the equivalent of the English “to think”. I’m Paulísima, your Spanish teacher, and today we are going to explore how pensar Spanish conjugation works, using…

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