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How to Say “Thank You” in Spanish for Every Occasion

Just like there are a variety of different ways to say “thank you” in English, there are also a wide array of options for saying “thank you” in Spanish. This essential piece of vocabulary applies to every context of our daily lives, and it’s great to know the right expression for each occasion. Of course, …

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Be Right Back: A Guide to “Volver” Conjugation in Spanish

If you could go back to one place in the world you’ve already been to, what would it be? Maybe you’re thinking of your most recent holiday in Greece, or the year you spent working in Australia. Regardless of what your answer is, knowing what is worth returning to is always important. In today’s lesson, …

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Let’s Talk About It: Your Full Guide to the “Hablar” Conjugation in Spanish

Let’s talk talking: are you the kind of person that feels energized by a good conversation? Or do you need lots of quiet time after going out with friends? What about the kinds of conversations you like to have: do you like small talk? Gossip? Discussing the economy? The point is, there are as many …

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Spanish-English False Friends: Be Careful When Using These Spanish Words!

Spanish-English false friends are words that sound or look similar, even though they mean very different things in English and Spanish. This makes them harder to learn as you need to remember that although they sound similar to other words they are not similar in meaning, and memorize the actual meanings for them. Learning to …

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Think About It: A Guide to “Pensar” Conjugation in Spanish

What kind of thinker are you? Are you very logical, always thinking of practical solutions to problems? Or do you find yourself daydreaming a lot, reenacting situations in your head until you come up with a plan? What about languages: what language do you think in? In my case, I always think either in English …

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