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Tip of the Month - Words ending in -ción or -sión.
Talking about Spanish nouns (substantives), we already have a general rule: words ending in -a are feminine.

Spanish preposition CON
Although the use of this preposition is very similar to the way it is used in English, here you have some notes about its use in Spanish. Click on the "Listen" link next to each Spanish sentence to listen to it. Ah! And don´t forget we have a new poll!

Tip of the Month - 'Comiste' or 'Comistes'??
Some people, when using the second person singular of the preterite tense, they add a final ´s´...

Verb Oír - Some exercises.
After having studied the simple tenses of the verb oír, you can now check your knowledge, and of course, you can also vote our weekly pool. ¡Buena suerte! Good luck!

Conjugating the Verb OIR - Simple Tenses
Let´s review the verb oir (irregular verb); concretely, the following simple tenses: Present, Future, Imperfect and Preterite of Indicative and the Present and both Preterite tenses for the Subjunctive mood.

Tip of the Month - Spanish Future Tense
Learn how to conjugate Spanish Future tense (regular verbs) and don´t forget we have a new poll!

Bajo - Abajo - Debajo
These three words seem to be very similar! We are going to learn how to differentiate them.

Spanish Preposition - BAJO -
Translations and uses of this Spanish preposition. Click on the "Listen" link next to each Spanish sentence to listen to it. Ah! And don´t forget we have a new poll!

Caperucita Roja - Quinta parte.
And here we have ´La quinta y última parte del cuento "Caperucita Roja".

Tip of the Month - Days and months are...
Masculine? Days and months?? Yes, that simple. In Spanish, both, names of months and days of the week always take the masculine form.

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