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Free Spanish Body Parts – Face-

We have attached another great picture from a 10 years old boy. Have a look how we spell those words in Spanish and soon come back here to listen the track and let me see if you can match the Spanish numbers with the correct body part – from the face! Now try to listen the The face body parts track and try to match the correct numbers with the correct body parts. Look at the picture! The face body parts You can also have a Read More +

Examples – adverbs in Spanish

Here we can see some adverbs in Spanish: The adverbs (adverbios) are words unchangeable words with the function of modify verbs, adjectives and other adverbs expressing how, when, where, frequency and quantity. Examples of adverbs are rápidamente (quickly), lentamente (slowly), tranquilamente (calmly). These words are used to describe how an action is taking place and may refer to a variety of characteristics. We could say it is easier to use adverbs than adjectives in Spanish. While adjectives change according to the gender and quantity of Read More +

Superlative Spanish adjectives

In Spanish we use the superlative adjective form when comparing three or more objects, persons, or ideas. There are two main groups of superlatives in Spanish, the relative superlative and the absolute superlative. The relative superlative in Spanish: The English forms “the most…” and “the least…” are usually called the relative superlative because the information they refer to is amongst an specific group. For Instance in Spanish we can say: El niño más alto de la clase (The tallest boy in class) El coche más Read More +

Demonstratives in Spanish

Spanish Demonstratives Demonstratives are words we use to signal by adding a notion of distance in space or time. There are two kinds of demonstratives: demonstratives adjectives (este vino (this wine)) and demonstrative pronouns (¿qué es esto? (What’s this?)). “Demonstrative” comes from “to demonstrate,” so this give us an idea of the function of this grammatical elemet.. In this section we are going to study the demonstrative with detail. In English, “this” and “these” are used to refer to things or people that are close Read More +

Comparative adjectives in Spanish

In Spanish we use the comparative degree when comparing two objects, persons, or ideas. To form a comparative adjective, in Spanish, you have to use más (more) or menos (less) or tan (the same): Ella es más alta que yo  (She is taller than me) La ciudad es menos tranquila que el pueblo (City is less calm than the village) Inglaterra es tan fría como Irlanda (England is as cold as Ireland)   So, comparatives (comparativos in Spanish) are said to refer to superiority (más¦que), Read More +