Ser vs. Estar

Did you know there are two ways to say “to be” in Spanish?  That’s right.  The verb ser means “to be,” and the verb estar means “to be” also.  In English, we use the verb “to be” when we say,...

El cuerpo

In the Jr. High Class we are learning to say all the parts of the body in Spanish.  See if you can memorize some words yourself!Note:  Every noun in Spanish is feminine or masculine.  “La” means “the” for the feminine words...

Here’s What I’m Reading…

Here’s What I’m Reading This Month. . .Breaking Out of Beginner’s SpanishBy: Joseph J. Keenan During my travels abroad, I grew to admire those students of the language that could just throw themselves into the culture, pick up on the nuances of the...