Learning Spanish with Gritty Spanish 2
Today I decided to write about one of my favorite learning Spanish products, Gritty Spanish 2. I’ve purchased numerous other Spanish dialog collections in the past, and they’ve all been helpful and worth the time, money and effort I invested in them.   But none of them have been as interesting and captivating as Gritty Spanish.  … (0 comment)

Making plans – How to say I’m on the way
Welcome to another installment of Quick tips to improve your Spanish.  This series of posts offers short and simple Spanish tidbits that you can use immediately.  Let’s jump right into things. In today’s post you’ll learn how to tell someone you’re on the way. Hanging out with your Spanish amigos is always fun.  Here are… (0 comment)

How to say Every Two Weeks in Spanish
Welcome to the first installment of Quick tips to improve your Spanish.  This series of posts offers short and simple Spanish tidbits that you can use immediately.  Let’s jump right into things. Sooner or later you’re going to need to know how to say “every other week”.  And as you might guess, cada dos semanas… (0 comment)

7 uses of the Spanish verb coger
Today we’re going to take a look at the verb coger. Coger has a lot of great uses and you should definitely add it to your toolbox of Spanish verbs. Some countries use it more than others, like Spain, Peru and the Dominican Republic, and in other countries like Mexico and Argentina you may want… (0 comment)

Real Mexican Spanish from the streets of Tijuana
In today’s podcast I’m going to talk about the Spanish I’ve learned during my visits to Baja Norte, or Northern Baja, primarily the city of Tijuana. You won’t find these words and expressions in your Spanish textbook, but you’ll hear them all the time as you travel throughout Mexico. After you listen to this podcast, be… (0 comment)

Qué tal – More than just an informal greeting
You see the expression qué tal in Spanish books on occasion, but most of the time they just tell you it’s an informal greeting and case closed.  That hardly does the expression qué tal any justice, so I put together a podcast about some of the most common uses for this expression and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at some… (0 comment)