By Elizabeth Zackheim June 21st 8:21 am Ser? Estar? ¡Ay caramba! One of the first challenges you bump into when studying Spanish is how to tackle ser versus estar. The bad news is they both translate as "to be" in English so that makes things a little spicy. The good news? Knowing nothing, you've got... Continue Reading →
Go Forth and Conjugate!
[CW] When some people think of verb conjugations, they get a little nervous. All of those endings, the spelling changes, the irregulars… English, if it’s your native language, seems so much simpler. All you do is stick an -s or -es on the he/she/it forms, and Bob’s your uncle. That’s still a conjugation, of course,... Continue Reading →