Use the Spanish Word "hablar"

How To : Use the Spanish word "hablar"

Larry Keim, the host of "Rolling R's", teaches Junior High School Spanish in Mesa, Arizona. He has a passion for Spanish, and he's created this video podcast to give away Spanish lessons for free. This video covers the verb hablar, which means "to speak". Use the Spanish word ...more

How To : Say the word "please" in Spanish

People respond so much better to requests when you add the word "please" in front of them. So if you're stuck in a foreign, Spanish-speaking country, it's vital that you add "please" when necessary to establish good manners, so that people will help you out. Check out this vi ...more

How To : Say that something or someone is "good" in Spanish

In this free video language lesson, you'll learn how to say and properly pronounce the Spanish word for "good." Interested in learning Spanish but haven't got the time to take a weekly class? No problemo! The Internet is awash in free, high-quality video lessons like this one. ...more

How To : Say hello to someone in Spanish

In this free video language lesson, you'll learn how to ask how to say the Spanish word for hello: "¡Hola!"Interested in learning Spanish but haven't got the time to take a weekly class? No problemo! The Internet is awash in free, high-quality video lessons like this one. For ...more

How To : Tell someone "goodbye" in Spanish ("Adios")

In this free video language lesson, you'll learn how to say and pronounce the Spanish word for goodbye: "adios." Interested in learning Spanish but haven't got the time to take a weekly class? No problemo! The Internet is awash in free, high-quality video lessons like this one ...more

How To : Make traditional Sangria

When it comes to powerful punches, sangria—which takes its name from the Spanish word for "blood"—packs a truly wicked wallop. But don't take our word for it; mix up a batch and let the fiesta begin.

How To : Pronunce Spanish consonant letters and sounds

In this video, we learn how to pronounce Spanish consonant letters and sounds. "B" and "v" sound the same in a number of different dialects. Practice saying these words with the letters in both the beginning and end of the word so you know exactly how to say them, and how they ...more

How To : Make informal and formal commands in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to make Informal and formal commands in Spanish. When you speak in first person singular, you will say "yo" when you speak in plural, you will say "nosotros". These are both informal or familiar forms of the word. When you are speaking to someone th ...more

How To : Draw and color a simple rooster or cock (gallo)

Most would (unfortunately) picture Vincent Gallo when "gallo" is spoken aloud. But it's actually a Spanish word, which translates to rooster, and even cock, which just happens to bring up connotations of the swollen controversy over Gallo's film "The Brown Bunny". But regardl ...more

How To : Make Filipino-style chicken adobo

Adobo is a Spanish word for sauce, seasoning or marinade, mainly used in Latin American- and Southwest U.S.-style cooking as well as in the Philippines. The noun form "Adobo" generally describes a marinade or seasoning mix. Adobo is also a style of cooking used in Filipino cui ...more

Scrabble Bingo of the Day : ALAMEDA

ALAMEDA 60 points (10 points without the bingo) Definition: a shaded walkway [n] For those on the west coast, alameda is not just a city in the Harbor Bay or a street in downtown Los Angeles, it's also a legitimate Scrabble word meaning a shady walkway. It's actually a Spani ...more

How To : Use the formal vs. informal "you" in Spanish

Check out this Spanish language tutorial that demonstrates how to use the formal and informal version of the word "you" in Spanish. This instructional language video reviews the basic conversation from Lesson 1 and covers Tú and Usted, which both mean 'you', but differ in usag ...more

Scrabble Bingo of the Day : CABRESTA

Scrabble Bingo of the Day: CABRESTA [n/pl.] A cabresta (also cabestro or cabresto) is simply a lasso, a rope formed with a running noose that's used on ranches and Western plains for catching horse and cattle. Cabresta comes from the Spanish word halter, which refers to the h ...more

Scrabble Bingo of the Day : HOOSGOW

HOOSGOW 64 points (14 points without the bingo) Definition: a jail [n] Actually, it's slang for jail. You may not believe that slang is allowed on the Scrabble board, but it most definitely is when the word in question is used by a good majority of the people out there. Mer ...more

How To : Say the days of the week in Spanish

In this lesson, Larry Keim demonstrates how to say the days of the week, how to ask what day it is, and how to say some other related phrases in Spanish. He goes over each word step by step and gives the English and Spanish version so it's very easy to understand.

How To : Say the alphabet in Spanish

Check out this Spanish language video that shows you how to say the alphabet in Spanish. This language lesson goes over el alfabeto and works specifically on correctly pronouncing the Spanish vowels. Learn the word murcielago to practice pronouncing all the vowels in one word. ...more

Scrabble Bingo of the Day : FRONDEUR

FRONDEUR 62 points (12 points without the bingo) Definition: a rebel [n] Actually, frondeur is a word associated with the Fronde, a French civil war from around 1648 to 1660, amidst both the Franco-Spanish War and Thirty Years' War. The word "fronde" literally means sling in ...more

How To : Speak Any Language Fluently In Months

Revealed! The secret to learning a language quickly. It's a little known technique diplomats and royalty have used for centuries. I lucked up on it by analyzing how I could quickly boost my language and workforce marketability. You get it here by design. The secret to learnin ...more

Scrabble Bingo of the Day : YANQUIS

YANQUIS 68 points (18 points without the bingo) Definition: United States citizens [n/pl.] By the way it's spelled, you might not even realize it's the exact same thing as Yankees, only with a QUI instead of a KEE. But wait… Yankees isn't a legitimate Scrabble word, so why i ...more

How To : Use indirect objects & object pronouns in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to use indirect objects & object pronouns in Spanish. When you have a noun that is coming after a pronoun, you will have to change the first word that comes after it. If you are saying "yo compro", then you will use "las" after this, to describe the ...more

How To : Ask for the time in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish by asking what time. The phrase, "a que hora" translates to "at what time" in English. The word "termina" means "it ends" ad "empieza" means it begins. You can ask questions using these words, such as what time a concert starts, wha ...more

How To : Say hello in French, German, Italian & more

In this video from TwinsEre199 we learn how to say hello in 10 different languages. It goes through each language and shows the spelling on the screen and in some cases the pronunciation as well. It is not said out loud at all but you can see each word on the screen and sound ...more

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Since its humble beginnings on the iPhone 4S, Siri has come a long way. While each iteration of iOS sees new features for the iPhone assistant, iOS 12 offers users some of the best advancements in Siri we've seen in a long time, not the least of which is support for Shortcuts, ...more

Ingredients 101 : The Know-It-All Guide to Peppers

You can find chili peppers in practically every cuisine. From the sweet Italian variety to the spicy Thai bird's chili and the smoky Mexican chipotle, peppers are ubiquitous and universally loved. But if you find the range and scope of these little fireballs overwhelming, you' ...more

How To : Pronounce Spanish words

Spanish is the biggest and most used language, right next to English. It's even one of the six official languages of the United Nations. Make sure you're up to date and bypass the language barrier. Learn to speak Spanish phonetically. With these 35 videos from WatchMojo, you'l ...more

How To : Use the Spanish words "muy" and "mucho" properly

Learning to differentiate between common nearly synonymous words in a foreign language is one of the biggest challenges inherent in learning another language. Here, Spanish instructor Professor Jason breaks down the difference between the Spanish words "muy" and "mucho". While ...more

How To : Use present tense of Spanish AR verbs

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish using present tense AR verbs. "Nosotros" means "we", "nosotras" means we as well, it's just talking about a female while the other is talking about a male. Common "ar" verbs include: necesitar, patinar, practicar, terminar, tocar, t ...more

How To : Describe and express personality in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish by describing personality. There are many words to express personality and how you are. Some of these words include "generoso" (generous), "simpatico" (nice), and "ordenado" (organized). The most common ending to words is "o", which ...more

How To : Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect. I've read quite a few books and ...more

How To : Use reflexive verbs in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to use reflexive verbs in Spanish. All of the reflexive verbs are related. Once you have your verb changed, you will have to change how you are saying the different words in the sentence. If you are talking about yourself, you will have to make sure ...more

How To : Count from 0 to 10 in Spanish

In this free video language lesson, you'll learn how to ask how to say the Spanish words for the numbers zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine and ten. Interested in learning Spanish but haven't got the time to take a weekly class? No problemo! The Interne ...more

How To : Understand vowels and vowel sounds in Spanish

In this tutorial, we learn how to understand vowels and vowel sounds in Spanish. To best understand how to say the vowel sounds in Spanish, you will want to listen to a native speaker saying different words. Take some of the words that you might think sound the same, but are c ...more

How To : Say different colors in Italian

In this tutorial, we learn how to say different colors in Italian. To begin, if you want to say the words "the color", you will say "I Colori" in Italian. Next, the color white is "bianco", which is the color of snow. Orange is said "arancio" and pink is said "rosa". Red is sa ...more

How To : Say names of colors in Italian

In this tutorial, we learn how to say the names of colors in Italian. The colors are easy to learn! White is biano, the snow is la neve. Pair these together to talk about the color of snow! Yellow is giallo and "the banana" is "la banana". Pair these together to talk about the ...more

How To : Use the imperfect or past subjunctive in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to use the imperfect or past subjunctive in Spanish. When you are speaking in first person, you are going to use the singular "yo". If you are speaking in plurals, you will us "os", such as "nosotros". For second person familiar, you will use "tu", ...more

How To : Use the present tense of AR verbs in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish by using the present tense of AR verbs. For females, "ellas" means they and for males "ellos" means they. To say "you all" you would say "ustedes". For example, the word "trabajar" would knock the "ar" off depending on who was the s ...more

How To : Conjugate stem changing verbs in Spanish

If you are confused in Spanish class, give this tutorial a try. In it, you will learn how to conjugate stem changing verbs in Spanish, using the verb "querer" as an example. Stem changes can be confusing for a first time Spanish learner, but this video can help. You will learn ...more

How To : Pronounce vowels in Spanish

This video demonstrates how to pronounce Spanish vowels. From the people who brought you the Dummies instructional book series, brings you the same non-intimidating guides in video form. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to pronounce Spanish vowels, For Dummies. In Spani ...more

How To : Pronounce basic greetings in Spanish

Check out this Spanish language tutorial video that shows you some basic conversational phrases in Spanish. This instructional language video teaches you how to say and pronounce some basic greetings in Spanish. Learn the correct grammar for these words and phrases and improve ...more

How To : Use the phrase "I like" or "me gusta" in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish: "me gusta" (I like). First, you will need to learn how to form sentences. After saying "me gusta", you will need to say a verb that you like to do. These include: "nadar" (to swim), "practicar deportes" (to practice sports), and "e ...more

SCRABBLE Facts : Butts, Boards & Blasphemies

SCRABBLE was invented by Alfred Mosher Butts, an architect in New York, in an attempt to make a word game that combined anagrams and crosswords, which involved chance, luck and a great degree of skill. Together, Butts and game-loving entrepreneur James Brunot, refined the game ...more

News : ANUS or ASSHOLE? (NSFW)

Via WonderHowTo World, SCRABBLE: Dirty SCRABBLE. Everybody likes to play dirty, but we're not talking bluffing with fake words or closing up the board—we're talking actual "dirty" and offensive words. Despite the exclusion of offensive words in the bowdlerized Official SCRAB ...more

News : ANUS or ASSHOLE?

Dirty SCRABBLE. Everybody likes to play dirty, but we're not talking bluffing with fake words or closing up the board—we're talking actual "dirty" and offensive words. Despite the exclusion of offensive words in the bowdlerized Official SCRABBLE Players Dictionary (OSPD), the ...more

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