Estoy listo! Get savvy on one of the most important Spanish verbs. "Estar" means "to be", but is used to describe temporary feelings or situations.
The question of "la" versus "el" often stumps beginning Spanish speakers. Learn a few exceptions to the general rule with this helpful list.
Play the role of translator with this Spanish practice worksheet! Beginning Spanish speakers will review basic animal vocabulary in each Spanish sentence.
Feeling hungry for Spanish words? Work up your appetite for learning with this round-up of kitchen vocabulary in Spanish!
Spanish plurals are just a bit different from English plurals. The articles ("la"or "el"; "un" or "una") also get pluralized!
Learn the Spanish words for some of your favorite snacks and meals! Would you rather have some helado or some papas fritas?
See if your kid knows the Spanish words for flying objects like a plane, bird, kite and helicopter.
Exercise your bilingual tongue with some Spanish animales! Help your beginning Spanish speaker learn to pronounce and spell these animals.
Get to know los animales in Spanish! Believe it or not, learning a new language can actually help improve skills in your native language.