Spanish offers a potpourri of different terms to describe paths, streets, roads, and highways. This article provides a practical primer to help you get around
You can improve your language conversation skills and build confidence speaking Spanish with this interactive and personalized online course
Along with two verbs "to be," Spanish also has two different verbs for "to know," as well as two verbs "to have." This article describes them.
Standard abbreviations for a wide, and growing, variety of words are as much a part of Mexican Spanish as they are in English
While many Spanish schools in Mexico are adapting to offer online learning courses, some still offer classes where the experience is shared in-person with others
Being able to converse in Spanish, even at a basic level, will make your experiences in Mexico richer and more meaningful
Being able to speak Spanish in everyday life situations when you're in Mexico will significantly enhance your lifestyle experience and help you to settle well
Spanish has two different words that can be translated as "for" and which occasionally cause some confusion for people learning the language
Academic definition of the verb “disculpar” and its use in everyday situations may differ, but you don't need to ask permission about how to express your regret
Adjectives can be hard to place in Spanish. Here are a few tips to guide your arrangements.
Breakfasts are famously hearty in Mexico, especially at weekend gatherings, whereas other meals depend more on people's schedules and eating habits
Spanish language students seeking an armory of fancy words need look no further than the opinion columns of Mexico's principal newspapers