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Spanish Vocabulary: Intro to Spanish Transition Words

Spanish Vocabulary: Intro to Spanish Transition Words

Once you've learned the basics of Spanish, it's time to make your sentences flow! Read on as tutor Bonnie T. explains the importance of transition words...   Hola! Gracias por leer mi blog! If you’ve already started Spanish lessons, then you know these sentences mean, “Hello! Thank you for reading my blog!” My intermediate Spanish students frequently ask me how they can take their Spanish skills to the next level or sound just a bit more natural. One simple way to do this is to … Read More

Spanish Vocabulary: Intro to Spanish Transition Words
Once you've learned the basics of Spanish, it's time to make your sentences flow! Read on as tutor Bonnie T. explains the importance of transition words...   Hola! Gracias por leer mi blog! If you’ve already started Spanish lessons, then you know these sentences mean, “Hello! Thank you for reading my blog!” My intermediate Spanish students frequently ask me how they can take their Spanish skills to the next level or sound just a bit more natural. One simple way to do this is to
The Best Way to Learn Spanish Formal Commands
  Not sure when to use formal or informal commands in Spanish? Here, language teacher Jason N. shares his tips to help you understand the different types of commands, and the easy way to change Spanish verbs to commands...   When you're studying Spanish you will learn about the different types of commands. Commands in Spanish aren't as easy as they are in English. In English, there's no distinction between formal and informal commands. For example, to make the verb "to run
[Infographic] American vs. French Culture: 8 Things Every Traveler Should Know
Are you planning a trip to the U.S. or France? Though only a plane ride away, these countries are extremely different. From dining to fashion, it's important that you learn the cultural differences before you go abroad. After all, you don't want to offend anyone on your trip by making a silly mistake, such as not greeting someone properly or forgetting your manners. Check out the infographic below highlighting the difference between French culture and American culture. American Cu
Learn German Grammar: Guide to Masculine, Feminine, and Neutral Nouns
Learn German grammar with this helpful guide to forming masculine, feminine, and neutral nouns from German teacher Tyler S... Whenever I begin German lessons with a new student, I provide a brief summary of “grammatical gender” within the first three lessons. This usually involves me comparing the three German words der, die, and das. While terminology like “grammatical gender” may sound daunting, don’t let that deter you from being able to learn German grammar. With a little practice,
Spanish in Spain vs. Mexico: What's the Difference?
If you are learning Spanish using books, apps, and other materials, you may have noticed some slight discrepancies in grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. The reason for this is the difference between Spanish used in Mexico and Spanish used in Spain. The following are several distinctions that you should be aware of when you communicate with Spanish speakers, no matter what proficiency level you're at. 1. Vocabulary Learning the difference between Mexican Spanish and Spain Spanish vocab

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