5 Mexican Telenovelas to Learn Spanish + Chunking Example Sentences

5 Mexican Telenovelas to Learn Spanish + Chunking Example Sentences

In this lesson get ready for some drama, secretos, gritos y llantos (drama, secrets, yelling and crying). That is right, my friends, we will be exploring 5 Mexican telenovelas to learn Spanish. And also, how you can improve your Spanish while watching them!  I will give you my top 5 picks of Mexican telenovelas that…

6 Spanish Sayings: Funny, Strange and Useful Idioms

6 Spanish Sayings: Funny, Strange and Useful Idioms

Did you know that the English saying “To kill two birds with one stone” has an equivalent in Spanish? That’s right!, but it changes a little in Spanish. If translated literally, this Spanish saying would go: “Matar dos pájaros con una piedra”, but Spanish-speakers probably thought that that was too hard and so they say,…

Spanish False Friends: 10 Worst Mistakes with Examples

Spanish False Friends: 10 Worst Mistakes with Examples

Walter Winchell once said, “A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out.” Having friends like that is wonderful, right?!, but not all friends are real friend. Especially in language learning – Spanish false friends are walking among us… Have you heard about Spanish false friends? Today, we’re…

Is Mexican Spanish RACIST? 7 Problematic Mexican Idioms

Is Mexican Spanish RACIST? 7 Problematic Mexican Idioms

In Mexico, the vast majority of us are very cool, friendly, warm people who treat everyone well. That’s why it’s hard for us to recognize that we have a problem with racism and discrimination against indigenous populations. But it’s time to face the question: Is Mexican Spanish racist? Well, unfortunately, we can’t completely rule out…

Parecer VS Parecerse: Know the Difference!

Parecer VS Parecerse: Know the Difference!

Parecer vs Parecerse: The truth is that these verbs “se parecen” (look alike), that is, they look similar, but they don’t behave the same or mean the same thing. “Parecer” is used to express an opinion or make a judgment about something’s appearance or characteristics (e.g. “Pareces cansado” – You seem tired).In contrast, “parecerse” is…

Do you know what these similar Spanish words mean?

Do you know what these similar Spanish words mean?

Let me ask you a question: Do you know these words in English that sound very similar but have totally different meanings? Well, something similar (no pun intended) also exists in Spanish! In this article we will go over similar Spanish words. Knowing the difference between these words that sound very similarly will really improve…

Celebrating Christmas in 5 Spanish-speaking Countries 🎄(ft. AndyGM & Español con María)

Celebrating Christmas in 5 Spanish-speaking Countries 🎄(ft. AndyGM & Español con María)

I want to wish you all ¡Feliz Navidad! (Merry Christmas!) Today, we have a very special piece because I invited some of my YouTube friends from three other Spanish-speaking countries to talk about the differences in how people celebrate Christmas in Spanish speaking countries. I’ll also cover the traditions of my own country, Venezuela, and…

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