“I will never not tell nobody nothing about it” — that is a word-by-word translation of what Russians would say, meaning “I will never tell anybody anything about it.” As you can see, negative words, such as “never,” “nobody,”..
“Mein Koffer!” [My suitcase!], I yelled as a stranger lifted it off the baggage carousel. He quickly returned it: a possessive adjective had saved the day. Possessive adjectives are words like “my” or “your” that express..
Hej! Hur står det till? And welcome back, language learners!Mastering pronunciation in a new language can be REALLY challenging. In our last article, we covered why pronunciation can be tough. In this article, we’re sharing 4..
When we talk about where something or someone is, or where they are going, learners of Italian are often unsure whether to use the preposition in or a. These prepositions can be especially confusing for English speakers, since..
Guten Tag! And welcome back to Adventures in Language! If you’re like most language teachers, you want your students to share your vision of seeing language learning as an adventure. After all, learning new languages opens..
After discussing what direct and indirect pronouns are and how they are used in Spanish, let’s see where they are placed in the sentence. Direct and indirect..
Direct and indirect object pronouns replace the direct object or indirect object of a sentence. While in English these pronouns are placed after the verb (I ate it), in Spanish they are usually placed before the conjugated verb (..