Grammar

4 Ways to say maybe in Spanish
Just when you think something should be pretty straight-forward in Spanish you find it out it’s not. Like when I
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Casi me caigo de culo
Let’s start with a translation: Casi me caigo de culoI almost fall on my ass Hmm.  “I almost fall…”.  That
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Contractions in Spanish
The Spanish contractions your textbook didn’t tell you about
According to your Spanish textbook there are only two contractions in Spanish. Your Spanish textbook and most likely your Spanish
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Expressing accidental actions in Spanish
While I don’t consider myself a teacher by any stretch of the imagination, today I’m going to try and simplify
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Using Hacer to talk about the past in Spanish
I run a Spanish Meet Up group and every week the same question comes up, “How long have you been
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How to say would have in Spanish
My previous two post covered how to say could have and should have in Spanish.  Here are the links for
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How to say should have in Spanish
Today we’re going to talk about how to say should have in Spanish. There are two ways to say should
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How to say could have in Spanish
There are tons of articles about many aspects of the Spanish language, but I rarely see anything written about how
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Learning Spanish Reflexive Verbs for Beginners
In my last post I wrote about Tips for learning the Spanish Subjunctive Tense.  Today we’re going to take a look
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Tips for Learning the Spanish Subjunctive Mood
The Spanish subjunctive tense.  Just whispering the words “Spanish subjunctive tense” is enough to make make even the most accomplished
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