By Adriana Bustamante, CAPS Spanish Tutor Spanish verbs have two moods: indicative and subjunctive. The difference between these two moods is that the indicative affirms some type of information that is considered real and the subjunctive does not affirm certain information because it is a wish, a doubt, a conjecture, it has not happened, or … More EL SUBJUNTIVO (Subjunctive)
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By The Language Team Arabic: 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PesUuUMWsyI This is a children’s song in Arabic. Children’s songs are wonderful to learn vocabulary from verbs, to phrases, to idiom. Japanese: 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ew4Gh4PIpzk The vocabulary in this song is common, daily used so, in my opinion, they are very helpful to know these. The song is fairly slow … More Amazing Songs to Help Learn Foreign Languages
by Laima A. & Díaz Vepstas, CAPS Spanish and Portuguese Tutors 1. Costar un ojo de la cara. (Literal translation: to cost an eye of your face). This is the perfect expression when you want to talk about something that is outrageously expensive or extremely difficult to get. (Please, never attempt to sell your eyes … More Five Funny and Useful Modismos (Idioms) to Learn if You Are Planning to Visit Spain!
Hi, Hola, Oi, Hallo, Bonjour, Ciao, Привет, مرحبا, 你好, こんにちは, Yá’át’ééh, Salvete, and χαίρετε, LOBOS! Are you ready to have fun with languages? This semester, CAPS Language Team is offering Drop-In hours and Conversation Groups for all the languages we provide aide for. Drop-Ins: Come to our Drop-In hours for a collaborative, social environment where … More Let’s Learn Languages!
To most people outside of the Spanish-speaking world, Spanglish is a neutral subject. Within the community of Spanish speakers, it is a source of great controversy because a number of people believe in the following negative stereotypes about Spanglish while an equally large number of people communicate in it regularly. This creates the illusion that … More Why Spanglish Is so Controversial: 4 Common Misconceptions