Pronouns follow a specific order when used in commands.
How to pronounce the Spanish vowel "i" with sample words spoken by a native speaker.
Learn which Spanish pronouns are used after prepositions.
False friends are words in two languages that are similar in appearance and/or pronunciation but have different meanings. Here is a list of some of the most common Spanish-English false friends.
Here is a basic vocabulary to use while dining out in an area where Spanish is spoken.
10 important facts about Spanish adverbs with links to more than a dozen Spanish lessons.
How to use the Spanish verb "parecer" (to seem or to seem like), with a variety of language and sentence examples.
While most Spanish adverbs end in "-mente," many of the most common ones don't.
This Spanish lesson discusses the adverbs of quantity such as "mucho," "poco" and "casi."
A look at how English and Spanish words often differ in predictable ways.