Vocabulary

Nouns, adjectives and all related with new words.

Really and Actually in Spanish Finally Explained

Is “actually” actualmente in Spanish? Is “really” real? These are two common questions we get from our students. A lot of Spanish learners struggle with “actually”, “really?”, and “really” in Spanish because these words don’t have a literal translation to Spanish.  If you use an online translator, chances are it won’t get the meaning you […]

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A Simple Guide to Master Ya and Todavía in Spanish

When should I use “ya”? And what about “todavía”? Telling the difference between these two Spanish adverbs might be challenging for some learners, especially because literal translations into Spanish aren’t always correct.  As similar as they can be, learning the difference between these two words is crucial for having fluent conversations in everyday Spanish. And,

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5 Useful Tips to Talk About Borrowing and Lending in Spanish

Have you ever found yourself not knowing how to ask your Spanish-speaking friend to let you borrow their pen? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there! And that’s because talking about “lending” and “borrowing” in Spanish is a little challenging, since there’s only one verb to express these two different ideas, and that is: “prestar”.  Even

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