There are times when you feel like you couldn’t care less about something. But how to communicate it without sounding too blunt or insensitive? Learning several various ways to express “I don’t care” in Spanish will help you choose the correct phrase in any situation.
Is your friend getting really annoying because he or she keeps mentioning something of zero interest to you? Let them know! Or do you need to politely refuse responsibility for a problem? You’ll learn how to express that, too!
You can stick to the straightforward “No lo sé.” However, there are a lot of different ways to express that you are not familiar with something. Why not learn a couple of these phrases, and then you can impress the person you are talking to with your eloquent language.
In Spanish, it isn’t as simple as in English as there are differences in the level of formality and singular/plural. Add in the tricky accent marks and suddenly, we are dealing with dónde/donde, a dónde/adónde, and even a donde/adonde.
It looks like forming such a simple question in Spanish can be as frustrating as not knowing where someone is. Don’t worry and read today’s article. You’ll find all the necessary explanations there. Asking where someone is will be a piece of cake no matter if you’re looking for your boss or your teenage daughter.
There are various ways to bid a good day to someone in Spanish. You should always keep in mind that there are differences in a formal and informal register. In today's article, we'll cover all the essential phrases and use them to explain some tricky grammar issues.
Offering your apologies in a language you’re trying to learn, can be stressful. There are a lot of subtleties you might not be able to decipher yet. Knowing how to express regret is certainly a useful skill to have, though.
In Spanish, especially, there are a lot of ways to say “sorry.” In our article, we’ll look at the most common ones. It can sometimes be hard to say sorry even in your native language. However, you’ll have no trouble expressing your guilt or showing sympathy in Spanish now.