A direct object is a noun, whether person or thing, that someone or something acts upon. In the simplest sentences, the direct object directly follows the verb, so it’s very easy to see the effect that the verb has on the noun.
The Spanish letter R is pronounced by rolling or trilling the tip of the tongue against the roof of the mouth – learn more.
Add some Spanish to your Christmas celebrations!
The Spanish verbs saber and conocer can both be translated by the English verb “to know,” but they are used in completely different situations.
Learn some Spanish vocabulary for Thanksgiving.
Learn about Mexico’s Día de los Muertos while working your listening comprehension in this cute, fast-paced video.
Learn some spooky Spanish vocabulary for Halloween.
Improve your Spanish pronunciation and listening comprehension with The 39 Elemental Sounds of Spanish Master Class, an online series of webinars by Idahosa Ness.
The Spanish acute accent or tilde (á, é, í, ó, ú) has two different uses. Leaving off the accent on a word is a spelling mistake, and may even cause confusion, so it’s important to learn what it’s there for.
Knowing just a few key words and phrases can be very helpful in your Spanish classes, while traveling in Spain and Latin America, and everywhere in between.