Adverbs of manner express how the action of a verb occurs. In English, the vast majority of adverbs of manner end in -ly, whereas in Spanish, they mostly end in –mente.
Learn about a seasonal Spanish idiom in this bilingual audio article.
The Spanish letter X has two different pronunciations, just like its English counterpart.
Learn about the life of King Felipe II in this listening comprehension exercise.
Dar literally means "to give" and is also used in many idiomatic expressions, including to end up in, to hunt down, and to whitewash. Learn these and dozens of other Spanish expressions featuring dar.
Enjoy a traditional chotis song and dance in this video of Madrid’s feast day.
Verbs with two different stems or radicals in the present tense may be called stem-changing verbs, shoe verbs, or boot verbs.