Spanish words with different meaning in masculine and feminine
Nouns and adjectives in Spanish, as in many other languages, have gender. So, when you learn a new word, it is important to know if it is masculine or feminine..
10 curious words in Spanish
Spanish is such a rich language and has many curious words as regards their meaning or the way they sound. Here we show you 10 curious Spanish words that are.
Verbs of change in Spanish
If you are learning Spanish, you surely will have had problems when using verbs such as hacerse, volverse, convertirse or llegar a ser. These are called verbs of change in.
New opportunities to improve your Spanish
After receiving brilliant feedback from participants of previous Spanish immersion trips, we are pleased to announce new dates! At The Pack – Language Experience we offer 5 or 7-day immersion trips.
Spanish idioms related to animals II
We have so many idioms related to the animal world. That’s why we had to create the second part of our original post, in this infographic by The Pack you.
5 ways of practicing Spanish in Edinburgh
If you live in Edinburgh, there are many ways you can improve and practise your Spanish. Here are a few interesting options. You have no excuse! Learn en El Patio If.
How to Learn Spanish by Watching Spanish TV Programmes
Watching Spanish programmes is an easy way to learn Spanish and improve your language skills. It will help you to loosen up and acquire vocabulary. It will give you a.
Ñ, a very cañí letter
There is no better letter that better characterizes the Spanish language than the letter Ñ. This letter is a symbol and appears in more than 17,700 Spanish words. The story.
7 reasons why you should learn Spanish
A New Year starts and it is the moment to think about New Year resolutions. Among the classic ones, the following are examples: people usually decide to join the gym;.
Spanish idioms related to colours
Learn with this infograph from The Pack Language Experience some idioms related to colours, we have so many! If you would like to learn more, come to Madrid or any.