In English we have 5 vowels orthographically(in spelling), but phonetically(in terms of speech sounds) there are 14 different vowel sounds! Spanish only has 5 vowel sounds! This can make it rather difficult for Spanish speakers to pronounce English words. For English speakers learning Spanish, this means that we have to narrow down our vowel pronunciations.
When it comes to pronunciation,...
Im taking Spanish online and need help with it because I am very busy this is an extra class on top of my 7 that I need to graduate I'm in Ap classes ms just don't have time at all and I don't wanna...
Answer each question as indicated.
1. ¿Qué comes en la cafetería de tu escuela? (pollo y ensalada)
2. ¿Qué beben tú y tus amigos cuando están en un café? (refrescos)
3. ¿Qué leen ustedes...
I really need help answering this question for a speaking exam.
As you can see some of the fruits have different names depending where in the Spanish speaking countries you are.
I am a Spanish Native speaking person, I've being teaching since 1986, first English as a second Language and now Spanish as a second language.
Learning Spanish is fun. Spanish is a very versatile language, it is known to be a Roman Language, means it has it's roots from Latin. Did you know that English and Spanish have the same roots? And even though their grammar structure and...
Susana: Sí, y también ________ que desayunar a las siete. (1 points)
¡Wujuu! Hace ____________ aquí en las aguas tropicales. (1 points)
Hola, Susana. _________ Pablo. ¿Qué tal? (1 points)\
Spanish Lessons & Help
Welcome to the Wyzant Spanish Help Section! This section is a resource for students who are struggling with Spanish class - whether it's Spanish grammar, conjugating verbs, or even recognizing false cognates. Explore the Spanish help section and be sure to let your favorite Spanish tutor know if you have any questions.
Many of my students dread conjugating verbs. They dread it even more when the verbs are irregular and have the same meaning!! The verbs
ser and estar both mean
"to be", so what is the difference between the two?? Ser is used to describe things that are permanent or often unchangeable. For example, Yo soy de Estados Unidos.(I am from the United States)...
write a sentence to tell who the things over there belong to.