Hay vs estar

¡Hola! In this post we're talking about when we use hay and when estar, as sometimes can sound very similar when we translate them as "there is" (hay) or "it is" (está). If you want to know more »

Another / other in Spanish

This will be an easy and quick one, how to say "other" or "another" in Spanish, and what to bear in mind when using them! Let's start with... Another This is the singular form, to use before a »


Let's look at what al means. Of course we have one al that results from the article el with the preposition a (a + el = al) but that's not what we're referring to today. We're talking about the al »

The four ways to use "mientras"

Maybe you're familiar with mientras, but you might be missing a couple of useful ways to use it. Let's see all of its meanings: Mientras While Mientras escribes, siempre escuchas música - While you write, you always listen »

How to use cualquier/cualquiera

Cualquiera Can be translated as "any", "any of them". Usually, it's in response to a selection of options and it doesn't go before noun (it's a pronoun). Example: ¿Qué tipo de lápiz necesitas? Cualquiera está bien. What type »