April 26, 2014: Spanish has a lot of ways to say, “I’m sorry.” Fortunately we have a great lesson that covers may of the common ways to say things like, “I’m sorry, it shouldn’t have happened that way, please forgive me and I promise it won’t happen again.” Of course . . . Read More . . .
March 30, 2014: We have had several people ask us for Spanish grammar lessons — so we made some for several common Spanish verbs. To find them first log in, then click on “Select Your Next Lesson” and go to the page that displays lessons 61 to 80. The names . . . Read More . . .
February 6, 2014: We implemented a new “My Stats” page that will let you measure how much you study. Naturally, I got so excited about measuring my progress that I studied so much that I got a sore throat! Today I was trying to find something to help me . . . Read More . . .
April 12, 2013: Cancun is great. If you’ve seen the pictures of white sandy beaches, blue water and friendly Mexicans serving pina coladas in beach bars, yep it’s all true. I’m here in Cancun to improve my Spanish and to help you improve yours. It’s great to have a LOT . . . Read More . . .
December 18, 2012 Spanish study update: What do we like to talk about the most? Ourselves of course! That’s why one of the first things you should learn in Spanish (after greetings and compliments) is to tell you own story. Read More . . .
December 16, 2012 Spanish study update: You can’t really understand Spanish without understanding the deep influence on the language left by the Roman Catholic church. Fortunately, whether you are religious or not, learning the religious roots of some common Spanish words makes learning Spanish easier. Read More . . .
December 14, 2012 Spanish study update: If you are really going to learn Spanish, you have to be accountable to someone who matters to you and who will support you. When I did this I learned a lot. When I didn’t do this I didn’t learn much. Read More . . .
November 23, 2012 Spanish Study Update: Eight weeks ago, I could count to five in Spanish and say, “How are you?” and “Thank you very much.” Today I can carry on several different types of conversations in Spanish. Here’s what I’ve learned so far. Read More . . .