Spanish Language Guides & Study Tips
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Four Curious Sayings in Spanish This article demonstrates how the same meaning or message is often communicated by very different sayings. Four idiomatic expressions are compared to their English counterparts. Enjoy!
The Plural of Nouns in Spanish This article covers all that learners need to know, with examples, for making Spanish nouns plural. It begins with a fast review, defining nouns. It is a good first lesson before dealing with agreement rules, since this lesson does not address gender.
Instant Immersion Spanish 2.0 - Espanol for Newbies Instant Immersion Spanish Express 2.0's activities and material are meant for true novices. Perhaps even people who have never thought of studying a language and now need, or want, to try. This outdated Topics Entertainment program is technologically unsophisticated but effective.
Spanish Names in Mainstream America If you don't have a name of Spanish or Latin American origin, you probably know somebody that does. This Bright Hub Education writer looks at some of the most common Spanish-language names that have found their way into common use in the United States.
The Spanish Preposition - de In Spanish, there are a number of different prepositions that we use, and -de- is one of the most common. There are many different applications to be learned for this preposition.
Using the Spanish Preposition "En" Prepositions are a class of words that describe multiple kinds of relationships between words and phrases. The preposition "en" a variety of uses in the Spanish language. It is important for Spanish students to learn how to employ this preposition correctly in order to communicate effectively.
Learning Spanish: Prepositional Pronouns Spanish prepositional pronouns are a special category of object pronouns. They follow prepositions, but unlike English they don’t mimic their regular objective forms. They also help to clear up confusion caused by using the indirect objects “le" and "les."
Learning Basic Spanish: Read, Read, Read In this learning Spanish lesson, we will look at some Spanish phrases on the topic of books. Spanish literature is vast and rich, and reading in anything you can will improve your language skills and cultural knowledge much more quickly.