30+ Spanish Travel Phrases for catching the bus
Whether you’re an expat catching the local bus across town, a tourist traveling across the country on luxury bus or a back packer riding on one of the famous chicken buses, this collection of phrase for catching the bus in Spanish will make your journey much easier. If you’d prefer to skip the fluff and… (0 comment)

3 Spanish grammar books that don’t suck
You can find a dozen Spanish grammar books on the shelves of your local bookstores and probably hundreds on Amazon.  How is a budding Spanish speaker to know which one to choose? I’ve certainly bought my share of grammar books on my journey to becoming  fluent in Spanish.   But to be honest, most of those… (1 comment)

How to say If I were You in Spanish
This is a handy expression that’s good to know if you ever find yourself giving advice to someone in Spanish.   And it’s probably a good idea to recognize this phrase so you know when someone is giving you advice. Let’s take a look at the ways to say “If I were you” in Spanish. Using… (0 comment)

How to say I can’t wait in Spanish
Sooner or later you’re going to be really anxious about something you really want to do or someone you really want to see and you’re going to want to express that excitement to your Spanish friends.   In this post you’re going to learn how to do just that. There a number of ways we can… (0 comment)

Sooner or later you’ll need this one.    Maybe you’re catching up with an old friend you haven’t seen in a long time or maybe you’re going on a date.    It doesn’t matter what your reason is, this phrase is something you’ll want to have in your Spanish toolbox. The first thing you need to… (0 comment)

7 Ways to say traffic in Spanish
For many years I thought I knew the only word there was for traffic in Spanish.  Well, turns out I was wrong.  Spanish has a funny way of surprising you with these things. Here are 7 ways to say traffic in Spanish that will have you sounding like a native speaker. 1. Tráfico This is… (2 comments)

Demystifying the verb Faltar
The Spanish verb faltar is rarely mentioned in the classroom but is extremely common in spoken Spanish. It has a number of uses and can sometimes be confusing, but this podcast will teach you everything you need to know so you can make the verb faltar a part of your everyday Spanish vocabulary and start… (3 comments)