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Spanish Vocabulary:  When to Use Usted vs. Tú

Spanish Vocabulary: When to Use Usted vs. Tú

Every language has its own intricacies that take time and practice to master. In this article, we'll discuss the distinction between the formal and informal use of the word 'you' in Spanish. But first, here's a quick summary of the difference between tú and usted. Usted vs. Tú - What's the Difference? Tú in Spanish is ‘youÂ’ 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 re … Read More

Spanish Vocabulary: When to Use Usted vs. Tú
Every language has its own intricacies that take time and practice to master. In this article, we'll discuss the distinction between the formal and informal use of the word 'you' in Spanish. But first, here's a quick summary of the difference between tú and usted. Usted vs. Tú - What's the Difference? Tú in Spanish is ‘youÂ’ 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 re
How to Support Your Japanese Student
It's important to encourage your son or daughter as he or she is learning Japanese. While it's easy to remind your child or teen to practice, there are some other things you can do to help him or her succeed. These tips from language teacher Carol Beth L. will help you support your Japanese student... 1. Know Your Student's Goals Why does your son or daughter want to learn Japanese? Is it required in school? Does he or she want to speak with others in Japanese? Is your student interested in an
5 Weird Tips for Learning Spanish That Really Work
Have you tried everything to improve your Spanish speaking skills? What about singing your vocabulary? In this article, tutor Dorothy P. is going to show you some unorthodox techniques for learning Spanish that actually work...   Beginning to learn a new language is fun! YouÂ’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain. But what if youÂ’ve taken lots of classes or worked with a Spanish tutor for a while, and you still feel like a beginner? What if youÂ’re that “eternal intermediate
How to Conjugate Verbs in the Spanish Preterite (Past Tense)
Spanish past tense conjugation is necessary for describing situations and events that have already happened. Once you learn these conjugations, you'll be able to talk about so much more with friends and family! Next, we're going to take your verb conjugation skills to an even higher level. This involves learning Spanish past tense conjugation, so that you arenÂ’t restricted to only describing actions in the present tense. How to Conjugate Verbs in the Spanish Preterite It's important
How 4 Guilty Pleasures Can Actually Help You Learn Spanish
Stuck in another Netflix binge? Instead of feeling guilty, put your time to good use by learning Spanish as you watch! Here are some ideas to try from Carmichael, CA Spanish tutor Joan B...   Do you love to sit on the couch and zone out staring at the television? Or sneak a glance at Twitter in your spare moments? If so, read on to discover how these guilty pleasures are actually the easiest way to learn Spanish. The time that you used to think was wasted can now double as Spanish lan

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