Like most of the world, the Spanish use the metric system for weights and measures. Here are the main units as well as a converter so you can find out the Imperial equivalents.
Practice your Spanish listening comprehension with this 5-part series of audio articles.
Superlative adverbs are grammatical phrases used to indicate that one person/thing is the most, best, least, or worst of all.
Knowing how to tell time is essential for traveling, meeting up with friends, making appointments, and getting to work or school on time. Once you learn these formulas, you’ll never have an excuse to be late again!
Need a refresher on grammar basics like parts of speech and the various verb elements? Check out my Spanish grammar glossary for short explanations of all the essential Spanish grammar terms, from adjectives to written accents.
Learn how to introduce yourself and others with this lesson.
Reciprocal verbs are used to express the idea of reciprocity – doing something to each other. In Spanish, the plural forms (nosotros, vosotros, ellos) of reflexive verbs are used to express this idea.
Learn how the Spanish celebrate the feast day of Saint John the Baptist (24 June) in this video with transcript and translation.