These are two of the hardest words for Spanish students to master - we've done our best here to give you a clear explanation of how they work.
These can be very tricky to use for a lot of Spanish students. We've given a very detailed explanation, which will hopefully make their usage very clear for you.
Mucho de is not correct! So let's talk about the right translation of this phrase in Spanish
We can't always translate the verb "to come" as 'venir' in Spanish! Learn about two very important cases when a different verb is necessary
Transcript for Episode 14 of the ESpeak Spanish Podcast, where we talk all about El Salvador, a country in Central America
'Conocer' and 'saber' both translate into English as "to know" but have very different meanings - understand the difference by reading this blog post
Radical changing verbs can be really confusing for learners of Spanish. Here's a detailed explanation of the different types, with some questions at the end so you can practise!
Read the transcript for Episode 12 of the ESpeak Spanish Podcast, in which we talk about the crisis in Venezuela
This article explains how to say the common English phrase "the same thing" in Spanish, and explains where many people go wrong with this phrase
Transcript for Episode 11 of the ESpeak Spanish Podcast, where we talk about Equatorial Guinea. Use this to help with your understanding of the episode. Includes links to podcast.