To really understand a language, and to be able to communicate in it, you need to understand not only what a word means, but how it is used. For example, in Spanish, the words “saber” and “conocer” both generally mean “to know.” So why two words for the same concept?
La comida en español listening activity (food in Spanish)
In this intermediate lesson you will learn about food in Spanish through an animated video.
1. Watch the video 2. Answer the comprehension questions 3. Read the transcription
Eso, ese, esa, esos, esas exercises in Spanish ejercicios en español
Read the following sentences and type the correct option: “eso” “ese” “esa” “esos” “esas”. You can find the right answers and the translations in English at the bottom of this page.
Muy, mucho, mucha, muchos, muchas exercises in Spanish ejercicios en español
Read the sentences and type the correct option: “muy” “mucho” “mucha” “muchos” or “muchas”. You can find the right answers and the translations in English at the botton of this page.
Personal pronouns exercises in Spanish (ejercicios de pronombres personales en español)
In the following exercises you will practice the personal pronouns in Spanish. Read the sentences and then choose the correct option.
Learn the seasons in Spanish through a short conversation where two native Spanish speakers talk about their favorite seasons.
News to learn Spanish: parts of the body in Spanish with pronunciation and listening exercise about a woman breaks the world record on cosmetic surgery.
The colors in Spanish and the nationalities in Spanish with pronunciation and listening exercise. News to learn Spanish.
News to learn Spanish: Spanish listening activity about the US Open 2013 (tennis tournament) with vocabulary, comprehension exercise and transition in English.
Lesson about the alphabet in Spanish with audio, pronunciation, dialogue and listening exercises.