PUEDO TENER is WRONG! Here’s How to Ask for Things in Spanish.

PUEDO TENER is WRONG! Here’s How to Ask for Things in Spanish.

¿Puedo tener una servilleta? ¡No! ¡No la puedes tener! (Literally, “Can I have a napkin? No! You cannot have it!)  Please don’t say that in a Mexican restaurant… Because it doesn’t mean “Can I have” in Spanish; it’s just… wrong.  Say this and your foreigner status is discovered immediately! So, how to ask for things…

You Must Learn These Chunks For Your First Trip to a Spanish-Speaking Country!

You Must Learn These Chunks For Your First Trip to a Spanish-Speaking Country!

Mi gente (my people), are you planning a trip to a Spanish-speaking country, pero, ¿NO HABLAS ESPAÑOL? (but, YOU DON’T SPEAK SPANISH?) Te tengo buenas noticias. (I have good news for you.) Today, I am teaching you the 25 lifesaver chunks that you need if you’re traveling to Spain, Mexico, or another country, without knowing…

DON’T Say YO QUIERO, say THESE 5 Alternatives Instead!

DON’T Say YO QUIERO, say THESE 5 Alternatives Instead!

If you want to sound like a native Spanish speaker, please don’t just say “¡yo quiero!” (I want!) Yeah, it does the job, but if you really want to blend in and speak Spanish at a high level, better use the following 5 alternatives instead!  I’m Spring Spanish teacher Paulisima, and THIS is your first…

Crazy Mexican Christmas FOOD & DRINKS: Have you ever tasted THIS?

Crazy Mexican Christmas FOOD & DRINKS: Have you ever tasted THIS?

Have you been lucky enough to score an invitation to a Mexican or Latino family party for Christmas? You’re in for a treat, mi amigo (my friend). Literally! Because you’re about to discover the ins and outs of Mexican Christmas food or drinks in this video!  Psst… Also: if you decide to throw a Mexican…

10 Questions every Spanish speaker will ask you (and how to answer them)!

10 Questions every Spanish speaker will ask you (and how to answer them)!

Hola, ¿qué estás haciendo en México? (Hello, what are you doing in Mexico?) Could you answer that question? Well, you should because Mexicans / Spanish speakers / Latinos will ask you all the time!  So let’s practice such a conversation. I will give you 9 more questions, leave you some space to answer and then…

HOW TO FIGHT in SPANISH: Say this when you’re Angry!

HOW TO FIGHT in SPANISH: Say this when you’re Angry!

Me encantaría que nunca tuvieras que pelear, ni con tus amigos ni con tu pareja, con nadie. (I would love it if you never had to fight, not with your friends or your partner, with anyone.) Pero desafortunadamente en toda relación habrá conflicto. (But unfortunately in every relationship there will be conflict.)  Pero no te…

Learn Spanish for FREE With these 5 Free Online Resources!

Learn Spanish for FREE With these 5 Free Online Resources!

Si estás aprendiendo español con un presupuesto limitado… ¡buenas noticias! (If you’re learning Spanish with a tight budget… good news!)The magic of the internet gives you tons of free resources to improve your Spanish… like this video you’re watching on our channel 😉 But there are more materials beyond Spring Spanish, of course.  I am…

Don’t Say YO PIENSO in Spanish! Here are 8 ALTERNATIVES

Don’t Say YO PIENSO in Spanish! Here are 8 ALTERNATIVES

Stop saying “yo pienso” all the time! Yes, it’s correct but it’s also boring and there are much better options to say “I think” in Spanish that’ll make you sound like a native speaker. Instead, use one of these 8 great conversational alternatives!  I am Spring Spanish teacher Paulisima, and here is your first yo…

Don’t Say Muy Bien in Spanish! Sound like a Spanish native speaker with these 10 Alternatives

Don’t Say Muy Bien in Spanish! Sound like a Spanish native speaker with these 10 Alternatives

Si quieres sonar más como un hablante nativo es hora de que dejes de contestar “muy bien” cada vez que alguien te pregunte ¿cómo estás? (If you want to sound more like a native speaker it’s time that you stop answering “muy bien” everytime someone asks “how are you?”)  Soy Paulísma, profesora de español de…

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