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Spanish Vocabulary: When to Use Usted vs. Tú

Every language has its own intricacies that take time and practice to really nail down. Here, Spanish tutor Jason N. clears up the distinction between the formal and informal use of the word 'you' in Spanish...   Usted vs. Tú: What's the Difference? Tú in Spanish is ‘you’ in English -- but what about usted? In English, there's not a great translation for usted. So what exactly does it mean? In English, when we want to convey respect to someone, we use formal and polite language, … Read More
Spanish Vocabulary: When to Use Usted vs. Tú
Every language has its own intricacies that take time and practice to really nail down. Here, Spanish tutor Jason N. clears up the distinction between the formal and informal use of the word 'you' in Spanish...   Usted vs. Tú: What's the Difference? Tú in Spanish is ‘you’ in English -- but what about usted? In English, there's not a great translation for usted. So what exactly does it mean? In English, when we want to convey respect to someone, we use formal and polite language,
Improve Your Pronunciation: 3 Spanish Movies to Watch Now
Becoming fluent in a new language can feel quite daunting, especially when you're trying to translate in your head first! Read on for some great tips to increase speed and pronunciation from instructor Giulia M...   I have been teaching Spanish, Italian, and English for a number of years. I am Italian, which means that two of the three of the languages I teach are not my native one. I understand the challenges students encounter while learning a new language since I've been through th
30 Quirky New Year's Traditions From Around the World
How much do you know about New Year's Eve traditions? Here in the U.S., you know what to do: gather your friends and family, turn on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve in the background, and count down from 10 as midnight nears. At the strike of the clock, you know to toast everyone as the fireworks blast off, sing a verse of "Auld Lang Syne," and sneak in a New Year's kiss, if you can! But outside of the United States, did you know there are some much more quirky New Year's Eve tradition
19 Easy Spanish Vocabulary Words to Teach Your Kids
Looking for some creative ways to incorporate more Spanish practice into your child's daily routine? Here, language teacher Joan B. shares some Spanish vocabulary for kids, and some great ideas to make Spanish part of your day...  When it comes to introducing kids to Spanish, the key is to keep it simple and fun. Although the best way to learn Spanish is with a tutor, there are certain things you can do at home to reinforce what your child is learning during Spanish lessons. Use the following w
75 Most Helpful Spanish Cognates to Know [Infographic]
Remembering cognates is the fastest way to learn Spanish vocabulary! Read on as tutor Sara T. shares some of the best cognates in Spanish to know, which will get you through basic interactions and more...    Believe it or not, the U.S. is now the 2nd largest Spanish-speaking country! It surpasses Spain and only follows behind our southern neighbor, Mexico. The increase in Spanish-speaking households means an increased opportunity for bilingual people in the workforce. Learning

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