Negative words in Spanish

Negative words in spanish

Last week we spoke about positive words. Today it’s time for the negative words in Spanish. As the name implies, there are words that have a negative meaning, but we will also see that sometimes can support a positive idea. Let’s see some examples. Negative words in Spanish: No – no, not Nadie / ninguno […]

Positive words in Spanish


We use this words to indicate an affirmative sentence, but similarity between them creates some confusion, here are the translation to most of the positive words in Spanish and English – Algo – something– Alguien / alguno – someone (The words alguien / alguno refer to people, both have the same meaning) For example:¿Alguien esta […]

Ella Dijo Que…Indirect Speech In Spanish

Indirect Speech Spanish

In Spanish as well as in English, there are two ways to report the declaration of someone else: direct way and indirect way. The first one is called the direct speech and the other one the indirect speech or the reported speech. We are not going to explain something, just want to share this great rule schema […]

50 mostly used verbs in Spanish

spanish verbs

This time we decided to make a post that could help you to practice Present Subjunctive mood, using 50 mostly used verbs in Spanish. Hope this will be helpful for you 😉 1. APRENDER – to learnEl profesor quiere que aprendamos inglés más rapido 2. AYUDAR – to helpTe pido que me ayudes con mis […]

Subjunctive Mood In Spanish (Part 2)

spanish subjunctive

Hi, everybody! This is our second post dedicated to Spanish subjunctive mood. As we promised, here we tell more about Presente de Subjuntivo and put more W.E.I.R.D.O. like impersonal expressions, some verbs (including irregulars) and conjunctions. So, let`s get it started 😉 Impersonal expressions: es necesarioes precisoes extrañoes sorprendentees posiblees imposiblees probablees importantees convenientees cómodoes […]

Subjunctive Mood In Spanish (Part 1)

Spanish Subjunctive

Subjuntivo. Spanish subjunctive mood. This 3 magic words can make you cry, right?Well, It’s not so easy. In fact, the subjunctive mood has a lot of rules. So first of all you should understand when we use it and practice as much as you can. Step by step. These are 3 advices of how to […]

Spanish Reflexive Verbs And Commands

Spanish Reflexive Verbs

Reflexive verbs indicate that the subject of the sentence has performed an action on itself. In other words, in a reflexive sentence the subject is the same as the object. Examples of reflexive actions are the following: • Pablo got up• She put her shoes on• Lora got sick• I asked myself a question• The […]

The Recipe Of The Day: Imperative Mood

spanish imperative

The imperative form of verbs, used for giving commands, to ask something, is one of the more unusual verb forms in Spanish. As a distinctive conjugation, it exists only with tú andvosotros, that is, in the familiar second person. Different conjugations are sometimes used in the affirmative (do something) and negative (don’t). And because direct […]

Differences between SER and ESTAR

ser vs estar difference

The existence of two different verbs that mean “to be” SER and ESTAR is a very curious feature of Spanish. The verb “to be” in Spanish, as well as in many other languages, is the most commonly used verb, even though many of us don’t really think about it. So, what is the difference of […]

POR and PARA. For and…For?

para vs por Spanish

Por and Para are one of the most frequently used prepositions in different Spanish word combinations. In this article, we explain the difference between Por and Para, using some examples and “set” expressions. When we use PARA: 1. Purpose or function – for, used for or in order to Estudio el español para trabajar en […]