11 Responses to “Cómo estás” that will make you sound like a native speaker
When it comes to answering the question “¿Cómo estás?”, your Spanish book typically only offers you a limited number ofRead more.
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 IRead more.
Learn to ask “What did you say?” like a native Spanish speaker
Spanish teachers and textbooks typically teach you to use the verb repetir to get someone to repeat what they said.Read more.
A little bit of Nicaraguan Spanish – The Verb Dilatar
About two weeks ago I caught up with an old friend who had spent a bit of time in Nicaragua.Read more.
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 NorthernRead more.
The hidden meanings of que rico, sabroso and delicioso
Welcome to another episode of the Real Life Spanish podcast series where you’ll learn the Spanish you need for real lifeRead more.
Learn the right way to say excuse me in Spanish
In Spanish there are three different ways you can say excuse me using the words perdón, con permiso and disculpe, butRead more.
22 Colombian Spanish Words You Should Know
A lot of people say Colombian Spanish is the “best Spanish in the world”. Well, I don’t know about allRead more.
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 SpanishRead more.