Express Spanish lessons
With these express Spanish lessons you will be able to learn different topics related to Spanish and its particularities.
Tomar el pelo
On this occasion, we would like to explain to you the meaning of the Spanish expression “tomar el pelo” (taking the piss). Synonyms of the expression «Tomar el pelo»: chancear, guasearse, mofarse, pitorrearse, cachondearse, burlarse, chacotear, bufonear, chirigotear, rechiflarse, coñearse, chasquear, chufletear, reírse, chunguearse…
Diferences between CONFIAR y FIARSE DE
In this Spanish lesson, we want to explain the differences between two verbs: fiarse y confiar. Do you want to learn it? WARNING: one is a reflexive verb (FIARSE DE) and the other is not (CONFIAR EN) CONFIAR EN: We use it to talk about situations, things or people. Having confidence in someone or something. […]
Cuando + indicative, cuando + subjunctive
Hello! Today, in our express Spanish course, an explanation of the difference between CUANDO + INDICATIVE and CUANDO + SUBJECTIVE. 1. we use WHEN + INDICATIVEto talk about an action or routine that is not in the future For example: Cuando toco la guitarra, soy feliz / Cuando iba a la escuela, veía a mis […]
Hello to everyone. ¿Cómo estás? (How are you?) It`s a question that they certainly ask you frequently when you come to Spain. Do you know what you have to answer? In this Spanish lesson we will show you several expressions for being able to answer. For sure you will impress your Spanish friends. Spaniards use […]
Differences between DECIR, CONTAR, HABLAR
With these verbs we communicate actions related to communication. In this Spanish lesson, we tell you the main differences. Verb Hablar1. The ability to speak. Ejemplo: – Me duele la garganta. Casi no puedo hablar. 2. Talk to someone Ejemplos: – Mañana hablamos, ¿vale? – He hablado con tu profesor de tus notas. *Warning: Note […]
10 ways to express wishes in Spanish
In this express Spanish lesson you will learn several ways to greet and wish someone well. Would you like to know them? Do you know what you have to say when you meet someone? Or when you say goodbye to your friend when he goes on vacation? What if you meet someone who’s eating? So […]
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