Spanish clauses (main clause and subordinate clause)

Hi, there! How are you doing? Today we are talking about types of Spanish clauses. I am sure that when I compare Spanish clauses to English clauses, you will be able to understand it quickly! Let’s go! What is a clause? It is a group of words that have a subject and a verb. Also, … Sigue leyendo Spanish clauses (main clause and subordinate clause)

Complemento directo y verbos transitivos (directo object and transitive verbs in Spanish)

Hi, there! How are you doing? I hope you're doing great! Today we will talk about complemento directo (direct object) and verbos transitivos (transitive verbs). Are you ready? Grammar session starts! Banco de imágenes Pixabay COMPLEMENTO DIRECTO (directo object) It is a noun, a pronoun or a noun clause (grupo nominal) that is receiving the … Sigue leyendo Complemento directo y verbos transitivos (directo object and transitive verbs in Spanish)

Spanish clauses

Hi, there! How are you doing? Today we are talking about types of Spanish clauses. I am sure that when I compare Spanish clauses to English clauses, you will be able to understand it quickly! Let’s go! What is a clause? It is a group of words that have a subject and a verb. Also, … Sigue leyendo Spanish clauses

Zero and First conditionals (English-Español)

Hello! How are you doing? Do you know “English conditionals”? I am sure that if you have studied English, you have the knowledge about this issue. There are 4 conditionals in English: zero, first, second and third. Today, we are going to talk about zero and first conditionals. ZERO CONDITIONAL When you use it, you … Sigue leyendo Zero and First conditionals (English-Español)

Conditional tense (tiempo condicional del modo indicativo)

Hi, there! How are you doing? I hope you are great! Today I want you to answer this question: (1) “What would you like to do tomorrow?” You can write your answer below (comment section). Now I’ve got another question for you: “what verbal tense have I used in the question?”. I am talking about … Sigue leyendo Conditional tense (tiempo condicional del modo indicativo)

¿Puedes evaluarme? / Could you evaluate my blog?

¡Hola! ¿Qué tal estáis? Como sabéis, cada cierto tiempo me gusta que evaluéis mi blog. Prometo que es un cuestionario breve y, ciertamente, me ayudaría mucho para conocer qué os parece mi blog, qué os gusta, qué se puede mejorar... ¿Puedo contar contigo? En caso afirmativo, ¡pincha en el siguiente link! ¡Muchas gracias! Hi, there! … Sigue leyendo ¿Puedes evaluarme? / Could you evaluate my blog?

Imperfect tense or indefinite? (¿Imperfecto o indefinido?)

Hi, there! How are you doing? One of the common questions is: "what should I use: imperfecto or indefinite tense?" You haven't got this distinction in English, but we have it in Spanish. We start! For me, it's different if I want to say:  Last year I went to Madrid on holidays I used to eat … Sigue leyendo Imperfect tense or indefinite? (¿Imperfecto o indefinido?)

Algunas abreviaturas latinas

Nivel de español: B1 ¿Cuántas veces al ver un escrito te has preguntado por el significado de algunas abreviaturas? En la entrada de hoy, podrás descubrir el significado de algunas de las más usadas en diccionarios, en trabajos académicos… Eso sí, hablamos de abreviaturas y siglas latinas. a.m. ante meridiem (“antes del mediodía”). Seguro que … Sigue leyendo Algunas abreviaturas latinas

Ponte a prueba 11

Hi, there! How are you doing? I have got a test for you! Are you ready? Break a leg!!! Press the link (it is anonymous): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe_NPjA_NLTLOC5X_utyhSVWNREGqdLpQRRJJB7CMIc2wMTwA/viewform?usp=sf_link ¡Hola! ¿Qué tal estáis? Hoy tengo un nuevo test para vosotros. ¡Muchísima suerte! Accede al test desde este link (es anónimo): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe_NPjA_NLTLOC5X_utyhSVWNREGqdLpQRRJJB7CMIc2wMTwA/viewform?usp=sf_link I hope you like it! Please, if … Sigue leyendo Ponte a prueba 11

Pretérito indefinido. Modo indicativo (Preterite in Spanish)

We use this verbal tense when we want to refer to a completed actions in the past. For example, -In 2005 I went to Rome (En 2005 fui a Roma)  -Last week I booked an appointment with the GP (La semana pasada reserve una cita con el médico) Normally this verbal form goes with some … Sigue leyendo Pretérito indefinido. Modo indicativo (Preterite in Spanish)