RAIN CATS AND DOGS IN SPANISH: IDIOMS

Rain cats and dogs in Spanish is CAER CHUZOS DE PUNTA (to fall sharp spears). Look to these Spanish English phrases to understand better how this Spanish idiom works.

rain cats and dog in Spanish CAER CHUZOS DE PUNTA.¡No pudes marcharte ahora! Están cayendo chuzos de punta y no tienes paraguas (You can’t leave just now! It is raining cats and dogs and you don’t have an umbrella).

 En los meses de julio y agosto caen chuzos de punta en India, porque es cuando viene el Monzón (In July and August months it rains cats and dog because is when the Monsoon comes).

Cuando regresabamos de la fiesta, caían chuzos de punta (When we were returning after the party, it was raining cats and dogs).

Continue reading RAIN CATS AND DOGS IN SPANISH: IDIOMS

Talk Spanish: ¡ME GUSTA MUCHO! (A1)

Me gustan los helados.

In this new section we are going to compile a few posts that are related to the same topic and, if you look at them together, they will help you learn to communicate in this very specific situation. Also, we give you the possibility to practice what you have learned in a FREE 30 MINUTES MINI CONVERSATION LESSON IN A GROUP.

Today you will learn how to say what you like and dislike and show agreement.

Continue reading Talk Spanish: ¡ME GUSTA MUCHO! (A1)

Talk Spanish: ¿QUÉ HACES CADA DÍA? (A1)

In this new section we are going to compile a few posts that are related to the same topic and, if you look at them together, they will help you learn to communicate in this very specific situation. Also, we give you the possibility to practice what you have learned in a FREE 30 MINUTES MINI CONVERSATION LESSON IN A GROUP.

Today you will learn how to talk about your daily routine and say how often do you do things. Continue reading Talk Spanish: ¿QUÉ HACES CADA DÍA? (A1)

Vocabulary: Frutas (fruits)

Acabamos de actualizar la entrada relacionada con el nombre de la fruta. Hemos añadido nuevos ejercios interactivos y un vídeo. Haz clic en el vínculo para ver las nuevas actividades y danos tu opinión.

We have just updated the post related to FRUTAS, adding more quizzes and a video. Please, click on the link to try the new activities and let us know what do you think.

Remember you can contact your tutor with any question you have. Don’t you have a Spanish personal tutor yet?

INTRODUCE YOURSELF IN SPANISH (A1)

INTRODUCE YOURSELF –  LEARN TO TALK SPANISH WITH FREE LESSONS ONLINE

Learn to introduce yourself in Spanish with a free 30 minutes lesson in a group

In this new section, we are going to compile a few posts that are related to the same topic. If you look at them together, they will help you learn to communicate in this very specific situation. Also, we give you the possibility to practice what you have learned, in a FREE 30 MINUTES MINI CONVERSATION LESSONS IN A GROUP.

The first one is very basic: you will learn how to introduce yourself, introduce others and give personal information. Try to organize the work on different days, it will be more efficient. And now let’s start: Continue reading INTRODUCE YOURSELF IN SPANISH (A1)

¡Feliz día de San Valentín!

Hoy, 14 de febrero, se celebra el día de San Valentín o el día de los enamorados. Buen momento para hablar de amor. Vamos a ver algunos pequeños consejos (tips):

1 . Los verbos amar (to love) querer (to love, to want ) se pueden usar con los pronombres de complemento indirecto: le amo (I love him/her), te quiero (I love you), ¿me amas? (do you love me?)...

2. Tambien se pueden utilizar con un pronombre reflexivo para expresar reciprocidad: nos amamos (we love each other), se quieren (they love each other)…

Continue reading ¡Feliz día de San Valentín!