Easy tricks to remember Direct Object Pronouns in Spanish (and always get them right)

Easy tricks to remember Direct Object Pronouns in Spanish (and always get them right)

In this article you will learn all you need to know about pronombres de objeto directo (direct object pronouns) in Spanish. If you have no idea about how to use them or even what on Earth they are, you have come to the right place! GRAMMAR WARNING ⚠️ Before we get into la carnita (the meat)…

Ultimate Guide to Indirect Object Pronouns in Spanish

Ultimate Guide to Indirect Object Pronouns in Spanish

One of my favorite subjects is grammar… ¡No es cierto! (It’s not true!) But what is true is that sometimes we need to talk about it. In another video I taught you los pronombres de objeto directo (direct object pronouns) and on this occasion you will learn los pronombres de objeto indirecto (indirect object pronouns) —en…

Essential Spanish FOOD VOCABULARY (You’ll NEED This Every Day)

Essential Spanish FOOD VOCABULARY (You’ll NEED This Every Day)

What did you have for breakfast/lunch/dinner today? Can you tell me in Spanish? If not, then you are in the right place! In this article you will learn the vocabulary and expressions that you can use to feel at ease reading Spanish menus, buying food in a supermarket, or just talking about my favorite subject…

Check-In at Your HOTEL in Spanish: ALL Phrases You’ll Ever Need 🔔

Check-In at Your HOTEL in Spanish: ALL Phrases You’ll Ever Need 🔔

A very common situation if coming to Latin America is finding yourself checking in at a hotel or AirBnB. I want to make sure you don’t end up en la suite presidencial (in the presidential suite) —unless you want to, of course. ¿Les cuento algo? (Can I tell you something?) ¡Me encanta el turismo! (I…

Learn Spanish: Essential Phrases to Talk About Body Parts in Spanish

Learn Spanish: Essential Phrases to Talk About Body Parts in Spanish

In this article, I will teach you the body parts… Why is that important? Well, you need to know how to express yourself si sientes dolor (if you are in pain) or how to use some Spanish chunks to refer (more often than you think) to the body parts. So, para la oreja (literal translation:…

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