La diferencia entre Botar y Votar - The difference between Botar and Votar

Botar vs Votar

A common mistake I see in written Spanish are with the verbs BOTAR and VOTAR and how sometimes a person writes Botar instead of Votar and vice versa. This is common among native speakers. Why is this? According to the Real Academia Española, the letters B and V are pronounced exactly the same in all […]

Spanish Present Tense Regular Verb Conjugation Chart

Spanish Present Tense

Here is our latest chart showing how to conjugate (= change the form of) regular Spanish verbs in the Present Tense: Notice how the ending of the verb changes for each subject. Read our explanation of how to conjugate Spanish verbs in the Present Tense (including some of the irregular verbs) Or, if you prefer, see our notes […]

Planets in Spanish - Los planetas en español

Los Planetas – Planets in Spanish

The image above is from a new page we created to help people learn about the planets in Spanish. Spanish Vocabulary: El sistema solar y los planetas – Here we have included facts about each planet in our solar system (and the sun). Random fact: Did you know that Venus is the hottest planet in our solar […]

How to say computer in Spanish - ordenador, computador, computadora.

How to say Computer in Spanish – Computador, Computadora, Ordenador

How to say Computer in Spanish? There are three different ways of saying computer in Spanish. It depends on where you are located. Spain: el ordenador Chile / Colombia: el computador Latin America: la computadora Here is the official RAE explanation about the difference between computador and computadora according to their Diccionario panhispánico de dudas dictionary: […]

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List of 21 Spanish-speaking countries and their capitals

Spanish-speaking countries

How many Spanish-speaking countries are there in the world? Well, there are 21 countries that have Spanish as an official language. These countries in alphabetical order are: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Equatorial Guinea, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela. Of course […]