Mastering Comparatives and Superlatives in Spanish

Mastering Comparatives and Superlatives in Spanish Conversa Spanish Institute

As you continue your journey into learning Spanish, you’ll encounter various grammar topics that add depth and nuance to your language skills. One essential aspect of Spanish grammar that you’ll come across is comparatives and superlatives. These linguistic tools allow you to compare and describe nouns in a variety of contexts, enriching your ability to […]

5 Uncommon Spanish Grammar Rules You Need to Know

5 Uncommon Spanish Grammar Rules You Need to Know Conversa Spanish Institute

As you progress in your language journey, you’ll find not only the fundamental grammar rules but also some lesser-known or uncommon structures that can feel challenging. Sometimes, these are rules that English doesn’t have, making them feel tricky. Understanding these nuances is essential for achieving fluency and accuracy in Spanish communication. In this article, we’ll […]

Spanish Grammar Made Easy for New Learners

Spanish Grammar Made Easy for New Learners Conversa Spanish Institute

So, you’ve decided to tackle Spanish, and learning the grammar can feel like cracking a secret code. In this article, we’re breaking down the ins and outs of Spanish grammar, giving you the cheat sheet to navigate the language like a pro. At the heart of Spanish grammar are key components that shape the language’s […]

Navigating Spanish Emotions: A Grammar Guide

Navigating Spanish Emotions: A Grammar Guide Conversa Spanish Institute

Expressing emotions in a foreign language is a skill that goes beyond vocabulary; it involves understanding the grammar structures that enable effective communication. In this article, we will delve into the realm of Spanish emotions, emphasizing grammar rules, sentence construction, and cultural nuances. This comprehensive guide aims to empower learners to express themselves with precision. […]

A1 Spanish Topics

A1 Spanish Topics Conversa Spanish Institute

Learning a new language is an adventure, and for Spanish beginners, the A1 Spanish level is just the beginning. A1, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), marks the starting point for language learners, where basic communication skills are developed. In this article, we’ll explore essential A1 Spanish topics that form […]

Sounding More Natural with the Passive Voice

Sounding More Natural with the Passive Voice Conversa Spanish Institute

In English, it’s very common to use the passive voice in everyday speech, formal written work, and everything in between. However, in Spanish, using the passive voice as a literal translation from English can sound choppy and unnatural. It can even make you sound way more formal than you mean to! As you’ve probably already […]

Irregular Familiar Commands You’ll Use Daily

Irregular Familiar Commands You'll Use Daily Conversa Spanish Institute

The word command can sound so harsh, but in reality, we use commands every day. Familiar commands are some of the most common terms that you’ll hear and say! Commands aren’t just when you’re bossy and telling someone what to do, but rather words that give direction instead of a suggestion. Take a look at […]

Master the Difference Between Traer and Llevar

Master the difference between traer and llevar Conversa Spanish Institute

The difference between traer and llevar has caused many headaches for Spanish learners because of their similarities, and English isn’t exactly the same. Many students mix up when to use these two verbs, and although you’re understood by native speakers, it sounds a little funny. Surely you’ve heard them both used, but can you tell […]

Familiarize Yourself with the Sounds of Spanish

Familiarize yourself with the sounds of Spanish Conversa Spanish Institute

At their core, languages are collections of sounds. Words are made up of individual components called phonemes, which is a linguistic term for “sounds”. Spanish is what is considered to be a phonetic language because the letters represent specific sounds, and almost all letters in Spanish only have one sound. Practicing learning the sounds of […]

Useful Spanish Office Vocabulary

Useful Spanish Office Vocabulary

Whether you’re trying to learn possible vocabulary for the future or are actively trying to speak more Spanish at work, office vocabulary will be very useful! Most of this vocabulary is common in daily life, and can come in handy outside of the office, too. In addition to when you’re on the clock, they’re helpful […]