A natural Spanish comes out of you when you know how native speakers express themselves. Today I want to share with you, six expressions to show surprise in Spanish.
I know I was supposed to write the second part of the series “The best Spanish to learn”. However, I thought it would be very interesting to actually post a video in Spanish, made by me, explaining a different way of saying “hey” that actually will help you out to sound more native in one of the cities I talked about in the former article.
Expressing your opinion is very important when you hold a conversation with native speakers, especially if you want to keep flowing the ideas giving the conversation a spontaneous atmosphere.
Little details make a difference, a piece of art wouldn’t be a piece of art without those small things that make it unique. When you use Spanish, you can add small details to your speaking to make it sound more natural, keep reading if you want to know exactly what I mean.
There’s a saying in Spanish: “Barriga llena, corazón contento”, and it basically means: “full belly, happy heart”. I am pretty sure that you agree with me when I tell you that the happiest times of the day are when we eat, especially when we eat our favorite meals. There’s nothing better than being really hungry and getting to a place where there is that delicious and awesome dish you love. Now, Imagine that you are traveling and the time to eat in Spanish has come to you.
You may agree with me. That there are plenty of things to learn when you are learning a language. Especially when you are learning Spanish. So it is good to know some simple conversation that you can have when you travel to a Spanish country. So in these series of post, we would be helping you with that.
Since our last post was about going to Colombiato practice your Spanish, today, we want to give you some tools to understand Colombians, because as you know, a language can have different expressions and they can mean one thing in a country but also a very different thing in another country. These kinds of differences …