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Part III: Conjugating Preterite Past Tense in Spanish

Part III: Conjugating Preterite Past Tense in Spanish

In Spanish, past tense conjugation is important for describing situations and events that have already happened. When you learn these conjugations, you'll be able to talk about much more! Read on as tutor Jason N. reviews...   Welcome to part III of my guide to conjugating Spanish verbs! So far, we've reviewed the basics of conjugating Spanish verbs, as well as how to conjugate stem-changers. Next, I'm going to show you how to take your conjugation skills to an even higher leve … Read More

Part III: Conjugating Preterite Past Tense in Spanish
In Spanish, past tense conjugation is important for describing situations and events that have already happened. When you learn these conjugations, you'll be able to talk about much more! Read on as tutor Jason N. reviews...   Welcome to part III of my guide to conjugating Spanish verbs! So far, we've reviewed the basics of conjugating Spanish verbs, as well as how to conjugate stem-changers. Next, I'm going to show you how to take your conjugation skills to an even higher leve
10 Tricky Spanish Tongue Twisters to Try Today!
Spanish tongue twisters (or trabalenguas) can be very amusing for children and adults alike. But did you know that tongue twisters can also help improve your pronunciation as you're learning to speak Spanish? Since tongue twisters have a certain pattern, they can help you practice your oral skills by honing in on one sound at a time. For example, the famous “she sells seashells by the seashore” focuses on the “sh” and “s” sounds. Not only are tongue twisters fun, they can get pretty competit
25 MORE Spanish Writing Prompts for Beginners
A while back, Spanish tutor Joan B. shared a list of easy writing prompts for practicing Spanish. Readers loved these, so we're back with even MORE Spanish writing prompts to try!    Writing in Spanish is not only an essential skill on its own; practicing writing will also improve your vocabulary, increase your understanding of grammar concepts, and enhance your communication skills both in written and spoken forms. The following are 25 Spanish writing prompts that will stimula
Masculine & Feminine Spanish Nouns | Test Yourself!
In English, every noun has a neutral gender. This makes it easy to learn, so you really only need to learn the new word and the learning stops there. In Spanish, on the other hand, every single noun is either masculine or feminine. This means that every time you learn a new Spanish vocabulary word, you need to learn its accompanying gender as well. This may appear confusing for beginners, but bear with me! Here are the general rules for determining masculine and feminine Spanish nouns:
How Many Spanish Speakers Are in Your State?
Spanish is quickly becoming a prominent language in the US -- in fact, it's estimated that there are now more than 54 million Spanish language speakers throughout the country, accounting for almost 20% of the entire US population! These stats alone are a compelling reason to learn Spanish as a second language. But it's also interesting to look at how the language has grown over the years. The infographic below, put together by Day Translations (with data from the US census, Pew Research Cente

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