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Do you know the story of the man who would not run on a Sunday? Read this article to know more and expand your Spanish vocabulary.
Quite frequently, students confuse the uses of the interrogatives QUÉ and CUÁL in Spanish, due to the fact that both are often translated by the same word in English. Do you know when to use QUÉ and CUÁL in Spanish?
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What causes dark circles under your eyes? Read this article to find the answer and expand your Spanish vocabulary.
The Spanish prepositions POR and PARA have different meanings, but they are often confused. In this article, you will learn some of the most frequent uses of these prepositions.
This Spanish expression is used when you don't not know what is really happening around you because you are paying too much attention to your own ideas, or because you are unaware of what is going on from fantasies or daydreams.
Do you know how to lose weight by eating slowly? Read this article to find the answer and expand your Spanish vocabulary.
This Spanish expression is generally used in a negative way to warn someone who is satisfied with certain achievements and doesn't make an effort to do anything else.
The verb GUSTAR has a special structure in Spanish, and it forms a part of one of the grammatical subjects that presents the greatest problem for students, since it does not bear any grammatical similarity to English.
If you are an English speaker, you can form almost every sound in Spanish using the English sounds that you already know. In this article we show you the pronunciation of the Spanish alphabet, or abecedario.
If you are learning Spanish, working with a private teacher is a great way to keep yourself focused, motivated and on-track to improve your Spanish skills.