Learn All the Different Ways of Saying “Thank You” in Korean

‘Thank you’ is one those phrases that makes both the speaker and listener happy. Saying ‘thank you’ to express our gratitude makes us feel happy that we’ve recognized someone’s good deeds, and likewise, being appreciated for your help makes the person being thanked happy. ‘Thank you’ in Korean serves the same purpose, and similar to …

Learn All the Different Ways of Saying “Thank You” in KoreanRead More »

Make it Happen – Hacer Conjugation in Spanish

You might have seen a meme going around that compares “do”, “did”, and “done” in English to Spanish’s seemingly endless number of different forms of their equivalent verb: hacer. At first glance, this can seem extremely daunting and make Spanish seem like the hardest language ever! But don’t let this scare you off. Everything in …

Make it Happen – Hacer Conjugation in SpanishRead More »

Spanish Reflexive Verbs: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need

One of the biggest confusions for Spanish learners is the reflexive. It is a feature of Spanish that’s really different to English, so it is really hard to understand just by translating directly between the languages. So, let’s break down Spanish reflexive verbs and see how they’re used. First thing’s first – what are Spanish …

Spanish Reflexive Verbs: The Only Guide You’ll Ever NeedRead More »

The Definitive Guide to the Conjugation of “Dire” in Italian

Dire means “to say” or “to tell”, and it is a common verb in Italian. It is used in numerous situations, for example when reporting who said what, or to ask people to tell you something specific. It is important to know the conjugation of dire, as it will help you instantly recognize it and all the …

The Definitive Guide to the Conjugation of “Dire” in ItalianRead More »

9 Ways to Say Hello in Russian for Every Situation

Want to make friends in Russia or other Russian-speaking countries? Then master these nine ways to say hello in Russian to be ready for every situation: from a night out with friends (“What’s up, bro?”, “Heya!” – see привет and здорово) to meeting your girlfriend/boyfriend’s parents (“Hello, Mr. Ivanovich” – see здравствуйте below). But just …

9 Ways to Say Hello in Russian for Every SituationRead More »

Going Places in Spanish: How to Understand the “Ir” Conjugation

Have you ever heard the Spanish expression “me voy a ir yendo”? This is a very common, perfectly grammatical statement with not one, not two, but three different forms of ir conjugation. If that doesn’t highlight to you the importance of this verb, I don’t know what to tell you. Ir, meaning “to go”, is one …

Going Places in Spanish: How to Understand the “Ir” ConjugationRead More »

Everything You Need to Know About the Conjugation of “Essere” in Italian

Learning the conjugation of the verb essere is fundamental if you want to learn Italian, as it is by far the most used verb of the language. Essere is an auxiliary verb, which means it is used to make other verbal tenses. Essere is also irregular, so you will have to learn all of its …

Everything You Need to Know About the Conjugation of “Essere” in ItalianRead More »

How to Say “Happy Birthday” in Swedish (and Swedish Birthday Traditions)

Celebrations are like a window into the heart of a culture. Celebrations show what people value, how they relate to each other, and how they express themselves. Learning how to say “Happy Birthday” in Swedish means more than learning to pronounce a few key phrases. It means digging deeper into how to celebrate a Swedish …

How to Say “Happy Birthday” in Swedish (and Swedish Birthday Traditions)Read More »

How to Say “Happy Birthday” in Spanish – Useful Phrases and Traditions

So that special day is coming up for that Spanish speaker you love, and you’re not quite sure of the best way to wish them a special day? Or is it that you will need to navigate having your birthday in a Spanish-speaking environment for the first time this year? Never fear, Clozemaster is here …

How to Say “Happy Birthday” in Spanish – Useful Phrases and TraditionsRead More »

Ready to get fluent faster?

Try Clozemaster – over 50 languages and thousands of sentences to help you take your language learning to the next level.

“Clozemaster is THE best app to learn a language after Duolingo.”

Play >