Spanish phrases that use the word "sangre," which means "blood."
Lesson on the use of transitive and intransitive verbs in Spanish.
As a general rule, Spanish words that end in 'a' are feminine and those that end in 'o' are masculine. Here's a list of the most common exceptions.
Explanation of how to use the Spanish adjective "grande," with sample sentences.
How often? This lesson explains the Spanish equivalents of terms such as "never," "seldom" and "always."
Thanks to the use of prefixes, several Spanish verbs are derived from the very common verb "decir."
How to use the Spanish verb "deber" to express obligation and likelihood.
Lesson in the Real Spanish Grammar series explains the use of hyphens in some compound words.
The Spanish preposition "desde" usually means "since" or "from." Here's a full explanation of its use with sample sentences.