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Lesson Posted on 05/02/2022 Learn Spanish +3 Spanish Language Tuition English

LOS SALUDOS

Bhavika Kukreja

I am an assistant teacher in Madrid, Spain. I am giving home tuition since 2017. I have completed my...

Español English HOLA HELLO BUENOS DIAS GOOD MORNING BUENAS TARDES GOOD AFTERNOON BUENAS NOCHES GOOD NIGHT HASTA LUEGO SEE YOU LATER HASTA MAÑANA SEE YOU TOMORROW HASTA SIEMPRE FAREWELL HASTA PRONTO SEE YOU SOON CUÍDATE TAKE... read more
Español  English 
HOLA HELLO
BUENOS DIAS GOOD MORNING
BUENAS TARDES GOOD AFTERNOON
BUENAS NOCHES GOOD NIGHT
HASTA LUEGO

SEE YOU LATER

HASTA MAÑANA SEE YOU TOMORROW
HASTA SIEMPRE FAREWELL
HASTA PRONTO SEE YOU SOON
CUÍDATE TAKE CARE

ES UN PLACER CONOCERLE/ENCANTADO DE CONOCERLE

PLEASED TO MEET YOU

QUE GUSTO VERLE

I'M GLAD TO SEE YOU
ADIÓS GOODBYE
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Lesson Posted on 20/04/2020 Learn Spanish +2 Spanish Language Male tutor

Learn to Read in Spanish With Just Few Hours of Practice!!!

Saurabh Baheti

I am an experienced Spanish language teacher associated with IIM, Ahmedabad, IIIEM-Ahmedabad, RedBricks...

Reading Spanish is very easy because of many facts. As you might know, the most ancient language known to the human kind is Sanskrit, and thus all other languages were formed. Reading in Spanish is just like reading roman English (Typing Hindi using English alphabet) we speak what we write and write... read more

Reading Spanish is very easy because of many facts. 

As you might know, the most ancient language known to the human kind is Sanskrit, and thus all other languages were formed. 

Reading in Spanish is just like reading roman English (Typing Hindi using English alphabet) we speak what we write and write what we speak, but just keep in mind the pronunciation of few letters rest is all very easy.

A is pronounced like - Aa – Africa, Aaj Tak, Arm, Argon.

B – BAY -B – moB, BulB, Bus.

C - SAY and KAY (C with A/O/U - K and C with E/I is pronounced - S)

Curtain, banK, Kabir. Cell, Certain etc.

CH - CHAY - CH – CHunk, eaCH, Champak. (Cuchara, Muchacho)

D - DAY - à¤¦ – THE, bagDAD, (David, dormir)

E - Eay – April, grEAt, brEAd, Enamor, Edge

F - Effay - PH – iF, Fur, Fun.

G - Gey - (G with A, O, U – Goal, juG, muG)

      Khay - (G with E, I - kh – Khan, laKH)

H - Aachey - Is always silent, so we pronounce the next syllable) Hotel, Historia etc.

I - EE – Image, India, Eagle, Easy.

J - Khotah - kh or Ha – Khan, laKH and In European Spanish - H – Hug, Heard, Hard.

K - KAA - ka – Curtain, banK, Kabir.

L - Ele - L – baLL, Luck, Lamp.

LL - Ellye - Ly - LLamar, Llegar etc.

M - Emey - M – Mud, Margin, Merge.

N - Eney - N¨ – maN, Name, caNe.

ñ - Enye - ny - Mañana, Niño

O - O – hOme, cOmb, chrOme, Obama

P - Pay - P – maP, caP, Plum.

Q - Ku - K- Queen, Quilt, Question

R - Errey - R – Run, Rush, Ram.

S - Essay - S – Sohan, Son, Sun.

T - Te - T – Tamilnadu, Tehran.

U - OO – rOOm, cOOl, Oops, Uruguay

V - Ve - V – Venezuela, Victory, Venom

W - Doble Ve - V – Work, Warm, Wall

X - equis - X-Mas, Xylofone (This letter is pronounced like the ks in English socks)

Y - I griegah - (When Y comes with a vowel it shall be pronounced like à¤¯ – mY, Yes, Ya but if it's alone or with a consonant it shall be pronounced like à¤? - Hoy, Muy etc.

Z - Zeta, Tseta, Theta - Zapato, Zoo (This letter is mostly pronounced like the English s, but can sound like the th in English thin in many parts of Spain)

Some additional rules to be kept in mind while reading Spanish:

When Q comes along with U and after that E/I then U will become silent - Quema, Queso, Quimica

 

Whosoever have ever read Sanskrit would know there is an individual conjugation of verbs for each subject, it happens with English as well, i.e. verb - to be (Is/are/am) is used as per the subject pronouns.

Likewise in Spanish, there are 6 groups of subject pronouns:

 

Yo -                               I (First Person Singular)

Tu -                               You (Familiar Third-person singular)

El/Ella/Usted -                He/she/ You (Third Person Polite Singular)

Nosotros -                      We (First Person Plural)

Vosotros -                      You (Familiar Third person Plural)

Ellos, Ellas, Ustedes -      They (Masculine), They (Feminine) You (Third person Polite Plural)

 

For each subject, there shall be a change in the conjugation of the verbs based on the tense, so just remove the stem of the verb (AR, ER, IR) and add the appropriate ending.

 

Now practice and happy reading in Spanish. 

 

Author – Saurabh Baheti

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Lesson Posted on 07/07/2018 Learn Spanish +3 Female tutor Spanish Language Male tutor

Muy o Muchos???

Maria C.

While Spanish is my native tongue since I hail from Mexico, I learned English to work and stay in the...

Hola! I will give you some tips that will help you to know when to use MUY and when to use MUCHO. WE USE MUCHO: VERB + mucho Mucho + sustantive / noun (You can use it at the end of the phrase) We USE MUY: MUY... read more

Hola! I will give you some tips that will help you to know when to use MUY and when to use MUCHO. 

 

WE USE MUCHO:      VERB + mucho

                                   Mucho + sustantive / noun

                                   (You can use it at the end of the phrase)

We USE MUY:            MUY +  ADJECTIVE

 

Example:  Hace mucho calor (there is a lot of heat)   

                 El día está muy caluroso (the day is very hot)   

 

EXERCISES:

  1.   Estoy......... contento con mi novia.  
  1.   No me gusta.........salir en la noche. 
  2.   Tú tienes ............. tiempo, pero yo tengo........... poco tiempo
  1.   En los alrededores de Delhi hay................ templos hinduistas. 
  2.   El auto que quiere comprar Isabel es................. caro; no creo que lo compre. 

 

* Happy to share the right answers... simply contact me. Good luck!!!!

 

Extra tip: Muy never changes but Mucho can be mucha or muchas or muchos depending on gender or quantity.

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Lesson Posted on 20/06/2018 Learn Spanish +3 Spanish Language Male tutor Female tutor

False Friends - Careful of the Spanish Ones

Maria C.

While Spanish is my native tongue since I hail from Mexico, I learned English to work and stay in the...

A lot of Spanish words are very similar to English (called cognates). You can read about them in another lesson I have here - about developing an instant vocabulary. However, be careful of false cognates. Here are seven commonly used false cognates to watch for:1. Actualmente: does not mean 'actually'.... read more

A lot of Spanish words are very similar to English (called cognates). You can read about them in another lesson I have here - about developing an instant vocabulary.

However, be careful of false cognates. Here are seven commonly used false cognates to watch for:

1. Actualmente: does not mean 'actually'. It means 'nowadays'. Actually is 'en Realidad'.

2. Contestar: does not mean to 'contest'. It means to 'answer'. To contest is 'impugnar.'

3. Constipado: does not mean to be 'constipated'. It means to have a cold. Constipated is 'extreñido'.

4. Embarazada: does not mean 'embarrassing'. It means being 'pregnant'. Embarrassing is 'avergonzado'.

5. En absoluto: does not mean 'absolutely'. It means 'not at all'. Absolutely is 'absolutamente'.

6. Minorista: does not mean 'minority'. It means 'retailer' (noun) or retail (adjective). Minority is 'minoría'.

7. Tuna: is not 'tuna fish', it is 'a fruit from the cactus'. Tuna is 'atún'.

Go on, have fun now!

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Lesson Posted on 04/05/2018 Learn Spanish +3 Spanish Language Male tutor Female tutor

Basic Spanish - What Everyone Needs To Know

Maria C.

While Spanish is my native tongue since I hail from Mexico, I learned English to work and stay in the...

Here are fifteen basic words and phrases that will sail you into the Spanish speaking world. Hola! Hi Bienvenido (a) Welcome (Bienvenida when addressing a woman) Que tal? How's it going? Cómo estás? How are you? Buenos días ... read more

Here are fifteen basic words and phrases that will sail you into the Spanish speaking world.



Hola!                     Hi

Bienvenido (a)      Welcome (Bienvenida when addressing a woman)

Que tal?                How's it going?

Cómo estás?        How are you?

Buenos días         Good morning/day

Buenas noches    Good evening/night

Hasta la proxima  Until next time

Hasta pronto        Until soon (see you soon)

Adiós                    Goodbye

Gusto de verte     Nice to see you

Es un placer         It is a pleasure

Por favor              Please

Disculpe               Sorry / Excuse me

Si, entiendo          Yes I understand

No quiero             I don't want



Now all that remains is getting the hang of the right pronunciation, for which talking to a native speaker helps. Always remember Spanish is pronounced phonetically, so it is really easy - way easier than English!



 

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Lesson Posted on 02/05/2018 Learn Spanish +3 Spanish Language Male tutor Female tutor

Can You Guess These 7 Common Spanish Phrases?

Maria C.

While Spanish is my native tongue since I hail from Mexico, I learned English to work and stay in the...

Sometimes Spanish is not obvious even if you know the words. If you know basic words, guess what these phrases could mean: 1. a fin de cuentas2. a lo mejor3. a partir de4. a pesar de5. a propósito6. acabar de7. al revés Here are the Answers! 1. after all/ when all is said and done2.... read more

Sometimes Spanish is not obvious even if you know the words.

If you know basic words, guess what these phrases could mean:

1. a fin de cuentas
2. a lo mejor
3. a partir de
4. a pesar de
5. a propósito
6. acabar de
7. al revés

 

Here are the Answers!

1. after all/ when all is said and done
2. maybe/perhaps
3. as from/as of
4. in spite of/despite
5. by the way/on purpose
6. have just 
7. upside down/inside out

 

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Lesson Posted on 02/05/2018 Learn Spanish +3 Spanish Language Female tutor Male tutor

Get a huge Spanish Vocabulary in 5 minutes

Maria C.

While Spanish is my native tongue since I hail from Mexico, I learned English to work and stay in the...

Here are 4 simple rules that work 99% of the time. Remember them and think over examples yourself and you will have mastery in 5 minutes. Rule 1: Many English words that end with TY can be made into Spanish by changing TY to DAD For example, HUMIDITY is HUMEDAD, CITY is CIUDAD Rule 2: Many English... read more

Here are 4 simple rules that work 99% of the time. Remember them and think over examples yourself and you will have mastery in 5 minutes.

 

Rule 1: Many English words that end with TY can be made into Spanish by changing TY to DAD

For example, HUMIDITY is HUMEDAD, CITY is CIUDAD


Rule 2: Many English words that end with ATE can be made into Spanish infinitives by changing ATE to AR

For example, CREATE is CREAR, ANIMATE is ANIMAR


Rule 3: Most English words that end in tion can be made into Spanish by changing TION to CION.

Only remember you need to make sure you pronounce the O clearly and with a bit of a punch, like ON (not un). When writing with a Spanish keyboard O will have an accent over it. For example, REVOLUTION is REVOLUCION, EMOTION is EMOCION

 

Rule 4: Many English words that end with ic can be made into Spanish by changing IC to ICO.

For example, CIVIC is CIVICO, ATOMIC is ATOMICO 

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 29/03/2018 Learn Spanish +2 Spanish Language Male tutor

Colours in Spanish

Vikash Kumar

I have had great success with my students, ranging from middle school to college-age, non-traditional...

Anaranjado - Orange Amarillo - Yellow Azul - Blue Rojo - Red Verde - Green Negra - Black Marrón, Café - Brown Rosado - Pink Morado - Purple Blanco - White
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Answered on 16/06/2018 Learn Spanish +3 Spanish Spanish Language Spanish Language & Literature

Kanupriya KP

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Instituto Cervantes, as it is directly linked to the embassy of Spain.
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Answered on 04/08/2017 Learn Spanish +2 Spanish Language Spanish Language & Literature

Raman gangi

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I don't know about Hispanic but Cervantes is very good, their level is very good. Spanish teachers are teaching there plus there is a well equipped library where you can read novels, magazines.
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