I know home translates as casa or, in some contexts, hogar. But both these terms refer to a more literal idea than I'd like to use at times. They both seem to refer to the actual house. Let's imagine ...
I am trying to translate the famous Nike tagline in the most natural Spanish possible. From what I have learned at SE and elsewhere, I have come up with: Sólo hazlo But I am curious to see if ...
How would you tell somebody they are "in the way"? Like for example, too many people are in the kitchen and you want to tell somebody that they are "in the way" Is this correct? Estás en el ...
The alphabet "j" is pronounced differently in the following major European langauges: Spanish: justo(husto), English: just(just), German: junge(yunguh) and French: juste(zoost) How is the sound so ...
How is "se" used in sentences with passive voice? For eg: The book is being read by me, Pizza is being delivered by her etc.
When are the objective pronouns le/les replaced with se?
Se dice aquí que hay cinco variaciones del español hablado en el Perú, y que el español amazónico parece predominar en un área geográficamente más extensa que los otros dialectos. Supongo que hay ...
When I'm chasing my baby around the room, I frequently tell him, "I'm gonna get you!" and catch him and tickle him. Is there a similar expression in Spanish? I'd love to find something that can be ...