Word of the Day

Word of the Day See also Spanish Words & Phrases Improve your vocabulary with our Spanish Word of the Day. Each day a new word appears on this page with English translation, Spanish definition, pronunciation and an example of how to use it in a sentence. The Word of the Day is provided by Don Quijote.

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Spanish Cognates

Words You Already Know See also 50 Most Common Spanish Words, Spanish Words & Phrases Good news! Because you speak English, you already know quite a few Spanish words. You see, English and Spanish share a number of identical words. These words are called cognates. Spanish cognates are words that are spelled the same and have the same meaning in English. Only the pronunciation is different. But even if you pronounce these words...

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Spanish Lesson – Words

50 Most Common Spanish Words See also 20 Coolest Spanish Words, Words You Know, Spanish Words & Phrases In every language there are certain words that people use many times each day. On this page you will find a list of 50 of the most-used Spanish words. These are among the first words you will learn on your journey to mastering the Spanish language. Of course, the most common words tend to be the easiest to learn. We hear and see...

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20 Coolest Words in Spanish

20 Coolest Spanish Words See also 50 Most-Common Spanish Words, Spanish Slang, Spanish Words & Phrases What are the 20 coolest words in the Spanish language? In this purely subjective list I rank what are, in my humble opinion, the 20 coolest Spanish words. Whether you agree with me or not, I hope you’ll add them to your vocabulary. tranquilo – Cool, quiet, composed, laid back, chilled out. Can also use it as a command...

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Spanish Lesson – Body

Parts of the Body See also Spanish Words & Phrases In this lesson you will learn the Spanish words for different partes del cuerpo (parts of the body). Cultural note: In Mexico, it is a common gesture to touch one’s elbow or say the word codo to describe a person who is frugal and tight with their money. Literally, codo means elbow. This is the same as calling a person a cheapskate. For example, if your buddy rushes off to...

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