Direct Objects

Spanish direct objectsA direct object is a noun, whether person or thing, that someone or something acts upon or does something to. In both Spanish and English, direct objects are often replaced with direct object pronouns: me, te, lo, la, nos, os, los, las.



Spanish Easter vocubulary
Easter occurs every year somewhere between 22 March and 25 April, and the week immediately preceding it (Sunday to Saturday) is called Holy Week. Here’s all the Spanish vocabulary you need to celebrate this Christian period of renewal.



Spanish family
Learn how to talk about your entire family in Spanish, including step-family, family-in-law, adoptive family, and more.



Spanish food
Food is a necessity, and can also be a source of great pleasure. Being able to talk about Spanish food will come in handy while shopping, dining, traveling, and entertaining friends, so check out this vocab list for Spanish food, including the basic food groups and related verbs. ¡Buen provecho!




Trick or treat bag
Halloween is not a traditional Spanish or Latin American holiday, but learning the Spanish translations for Halloween vocabulary can be fun, especially for younger students. Happy Halloween!


Imperative Mood

Spanish imperativeIt’s imperative to understand the imperative mood if you want to give orders, make requests, express desires, provide recommendations, offer advice, and prohibit actions.



Indirect Objects

Spanish indirect objectsAn indirect object is a person that someone or something does something to indirectly. In both Spanish and English, indirect objects are often replaced with indirect object pronouns.



Spanish nounsOne of the eight parts of speech, a noun is commonly defined as "a person, place, or thing." If that seems vague, that’s because it is.