Posts Tagged ‘spanish speaking’

Spanish Words: Masculine and Feminine

Words in Spanish are masculine or feminine First rule (primera regla) A word that finish in “o” is :masculine. Examples: perro (dog) ; gato (cat), so you say : el perro, el gato.   A word that finish in “a” is femenine. Examples: casa (house) ; puerta (door), so you say: la casa, la puerta. […]

Spanish Words: Restaurants

It’s Pinkisol again bringing you some Spanish words to learn: Nuevas palabras ( new words): Hola – Hello Soy (your name) – I am (your name) Trabajo en un restaurante–  I work in a restaurant. El desayuno – breakfast Almuerzo – lunch Cena – dinner Watch the video and listen how to say those Spanish […]

Speak Spanish in Spain

Hi, this is Pinkisol again for a new set of Spanish learning: Quieres aprender Español – Do you want to learn Spanish? Un curso nuevo para trabajar en restaurantes – A new course to work in restaurants Tú puedes viajar,conocer y trabajar en países de habla hispana. – You can travel,visit and work in countries […]

Spanish 101: Saludos (Greetings and Goodbyes)

Greetings in Spanish (Saludos) Buenas Dias : Good Morning Buenas Tardes : Good Afternoon Buenas Noches : Good Night Hola : Hello   Goodbyes: Despedidas Chao Adios Hasta Pronto Nos Vemos : See you. Listen on how to pronounce the greetings:   About the Teacher: Pinkisol or Teacher Rosa, is an online Spanish teacher. If […]

Saludos en Español

Saludos  ( greetings)  formal: Buenos días      ( good morning) Buenas tardes    (good afternoon,good evening) Buenas noches    ( good night) Informal.  Hola ¿Cómo estas? (Hello, How are you?) ¿Que tal? (what´s up?)   About the Contributor: Pinkisol or Teacher Rosa, is an online Spanish teacher. If interested to learn Spanish with her, contact  on Teacher Rosa […]