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Spanish Listening Practice

Audio articles and dictados (dictation exercises)

Practice your Spanish listening skills with our vast selection of Spanish audio articles and listening (dictation) challenges organised by CEFR level. Test your listening and reading skills with  Spanish exercises in our interactive Reader that includes translations and free grammar and vocabulary lessons related to the subject. Also in this set you will find dictation challenges to practice listening and writing skills at the same time.


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  • A1: Beginner Spanish listening exercises

  • Alpaca
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Eva shows us the attributes of alpaca fabric
  • AVE Madrid - Sevilla
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbo irregular

    Eliseo is taking the high-speed AVE train to Seville.
  • Azulejos
    El PresenteVerbos con cambio ortográfico e > ie (presente)Género

    Clara wants to decorate her house with Spanish tiles.
  • Bailar, bailar, bailar
    El PresentePresenteVerbo irregular

    Sol tells us why she loves dancing salsa.
  • Bajo el muérdago
    El PresenteVerbo irregularEl Futuro Próximo

    Cristina is at a New Year's party waiting to be kissed by a handsome guy under the mistletoe.
  • Banca online
    El PresentePresenteVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Rita talks about online banking.
  • Barra
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Marilia describes her favourite beach.
  • Belleza
    RegularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Sergio is learning adjectives related to beauty.
  • Biodanza
    El PresentePluralNombre

    Roberto describes biodance.
  • Boxeo
    PluralEl PresenteSingular

    Fernanda teaches boxing and she explains how combat sports are really beneficial.
  • Buzones inteligentes
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Laura is happy with a new solution that means the delivery of her orders are problem-free.
  • Calendario de tareas domésticas
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    Isabel's mother has a housework calendar to make sure everybody participates.
  • Catador de helados
    El PresentePluralAdjetivo

    Violeta talks about her ice cream business.
  • Cayo Coco
    SingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineGénero femenino

    Hector describes Cayo Coco.
  • Chema Madoz
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Alma tells us about her favourite photographer.
  • Chocolate
    SingularPluralNombre

    Amador, owner of a chocolate shop in Quito, tells us that the best chocolate in the world is from Ecuador.
  • Chocolate con churros
    El PresenteVerbos con cambio ortográfico e > ie (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Araceli tells us about the hispanic tradition of chocolate con churros.
  • Clases de sevillanas
    SingularPluralGénero femenino

    Jacinta is learning how to dance sevillanas for when she attends the Feria de Málaga.
  • Colibrí
    PluralSingularNombre

    Guillermo describes one of the most popular and beautiful birds in Costa Rica.
  • Cuida tu piel
    El PresenteSingularGénero femenino

    Sabina shares some summer skincare tips.
  • Deportes electrónicos
    Género femeninoEl PresenteSingular

    Gerardo explains what e-sports are.
  • Desayuno andaluz
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Clara is enjoying a delicious Andalusian breakfast with a view of the Giralda tower.
  • Descenso del Sella
    AdjetivoEl PresenteJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Alberto tells us about the great summer sport event "Descent of the Sella" in Asturias.
  • DormirDcine
    El PresentePluralNombre

    Paula is a film fanatic and has found the perfect hotel for her stay in Madrid.
  • Edurne Pasaban
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Andrea is passionate about mountaineering and tells us about her heroine Edurne Pasaban.
  • El abrigo
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingularGénero femenino

    Jacinta wants to buy a new coat for winter.
  • El camionero
    El PresenteVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Ramón tells us about his life as a truck driver.
  • El crucero
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Antonio tells us about the cruise he is about to go on with his family.
  • El deshollinador
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Pedro tells us about his profession.
  • El encuentro
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Azucena tells us about one the most important days in her life, the arrival of her adoptive son Miguel.
  • El monstruo de los colores
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Gabriela is reading a story to her son, to teach him emotions through colours.
  • El Triángulo del Arte
    El PresenteVerbo irregularAdjetivo

    Virgina talks about the most artistic area in Madrid.
  • En abril aguas mil
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingularGénero femenino

    Evaristo talks about a Spanish saying.
  • En el aeropuerto
    El PresenteGénero femeninoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Pablo is at the airport ready to take his flight to Cuba.
  • En el campo
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Vera loves to go to the countryside with her friends.
  • En el vacío
    El PresenteVerbo irregularVerbos con cambio ortográfico e > ie (presente)

    Luna describes her feelings as she jumps out a plane with a parachute for the first time.
  • Escaleras
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingularGénero femenino

    Ainhoa is very superstitious and now there's a ladder blocking her way to work. What will she do?
  • Esmeraldas
    PluralSingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Fernando explains that Colombia produces the most emeralds for the global market.
  • España es lider mundial en transplante de órganos.
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Ramón tells us about Spain's success in organ donation and transplantation.
  • Españoles en el mundo
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Raquel tells us about her favourite TV show, which is about Spaniards living in other countries.
  • Familias interculturales
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Sandra talks about her unusual but happy family as an example of cultural inclusion.
  • Feria del Libro de Madrid
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Gonzalo tells us about the Madrid Book Fair, which he goes to every year with his father.
  • Feria del pulpo
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Miguel tells us about the Octopus Festival in Galicia, Spain.
  • Finisterre
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Maite is walking the Camino de Santiago and today will arrive at Cape Finisterre which according to legend is the end of the world.
  • Inma y su familia Free
    El PresenteVerbos con cambio ortográfico e > ie (presente)Adjetivo

    Inma gives us a brief description of herself and her family.
  • Jirafas
    El PresentePresenteVerbo irregular

    Hector recounts some interesting facts about giraffes.
  • Julia la cartera
    PluralSingularGénero femenino

    Eduardo describes the person who delivers his mail.
  • Kitesurf en Tarifa
    El PresentePresenteGénero femenino

    Marcos tells us why he likes kitesurfing.
  • La bandera de México
    SingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineGénero femenino

    Guadalupe explains her country's flag.
  • La búsqueda del tesoro
    Por or Para?PreposiciónEl Presente

    Alberto tells us about the corporate team-building event that his company is organising.
  • La Feria de las flores de Medellín
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Yaiza describes the wonderful Medellín Flower Festival.
  • La ferretería
    SingularNombrePlural

    Marcos has a hardware store.
  • La rana y la calavera
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Begoña tells us about the legend of the frog and skull hiding in the facade of Salamanca University.
  • La vendimia
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Tina tells us about the grape harvest festival in Spain.
  • La verbena de la Paloma
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Arnaldo is attending a zarzuela with his brother called "La verbena de la Paloma".
  • Lago Titicaca
    SingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineGénero femenino

    Flor María tells us about Lake Titicaca.
  • Lara la ginecóloga
    PluralSingularGénero femenino

    Lara explains what it means to be a gynecologist.
  • Las bodegas de Marqués de Riscal
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPor or Para?

    Alfonso is at the Marqués de Riscal vineyard, he is very impressed by the beauty of the Frank Gehry-designed building.
  • Las Goyescas
    PluralNombreRegular

    Amanda is excited about her next musical viewing the Goya rooms at the Prado Museum.
  • Las latas de aluminio
    SingularPluralGénero femenino

    Julia likes to recycle aluminium cans.
  • Las persianas
    PluralNombreSingular

    Thais tells us why Spanish houses have shutters.
  • Las posadas
    El PresenteVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Learn about the Christmas tradition of "Las posadas".
  • Lavanda
    PluralSingularGénero femenino

    Adriana practices aromatherapy with lavender.
  • Llega la primavera
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Bárbara tells us what happens when spring arrives and why she likes it so much.
  • Los niños son el futuro del planeta
    El PresenteVerbos con cambio ortográfico o > ue (presente)Artículo definido

    Susana explains how family and school can teach environmentally-friendly behaviour so that children can save the planet.
  • Los superpoderes de los niños
    El PresenteVerbos yo-go (presente)Verbos con cambio ortográfico e > ie (presente)

    Betina reveals that children have superpowers.
  • Mamajuana
    SingularGénero femeninoNombre

    Carlos Manuel tells us about this delicious drink called Mamajuana.
  • Mariela Coronel
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Victor tells us about this female Argentinian footballer.
  • Me gusta el verano
    El PresenteGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineVerbos con cambio ortográfico e > ie (presente)

    José explains why he likes the summer.
  • Me gusta ir al médico
    El PresenteVerbo irregularVerbos con cambio ortográfico e > ie (presente)

    Genaro explains why he likes going to the doctor.
  • Me gusta la lluvia
    PluralSingularGénero femenino

    Alegría loves the rain and tells us why.
  • Me gusta vivir en Valencia (1)
    El PresenteAdjetivoGénero

    Gabriel tells us why he likes living in Valencia.
  • Me gusta vivir en Valencia (2)
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbo irregular

    Gabriel continues telling us why he likes living in Valencia.
  • Mercadillo de Navidad
    El PresentePluralRegular

    Javi is at the busy Plaza Mayor Christmas market to buy figurines for his nativity and decorations for his Christmas tree.
  • Mi cafetería favorita
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbo irregular

    Lara tells us about her favourite coffee shop.
  • Mi lista
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Marcos is making a list of simple things that make him happy.
  • Mi madre
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Carmen describes her mother.
  • Mi retrato
    AdjetivoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineEl Presente

    Helga is in front of the mirror because she needs to paint her portrait but she doesn't know how to convey her personality on canvas.
  • Mi trending topic
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Asier is learning how to create a trending topic.
  • Mis abuelos
    El PresentePluralRegular

    Martina spends a lot of time with her grandparents.
  • Miss Caffeina
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Rubén tells us about his favourite Spanish band.
  • Moda
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Dory tells us about her fashion blog.
  • Muñeco de nieve
    SingularGénero femeninoPlural

    Fátima loves to make snowmen in winter.
  • Museo Munch
    SingularRegularPlural

    Gabriela describes the Oslo Museum building and its architect.
  • Open House Madrid
    AdjetivoPluralRegular

    Sofia explains why she loves Open House Madrid festival.
  • Optimista
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbo irregular

    Cristina describes herself as an optimist.
  • Oscar Mariné
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Anabel tells us about her favourite graphic designer.
  • Papi te quiero
    El PresenteSingularGénero femenino

    Gustavo wrote a rap to surprise his dad on Father's Day.
  • Patinar sobre hielo
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Lina tells us about her New Year's Eve tradition.
  • Piratas informáticos
    El PresenteRegularPlural

    Teresa talks about "hackers" - modern-day pirates.
  • Placeres cotidianos
    PluralSingularNombre

    Gonzalo tells us some of his everyday pleasures.
  • Platería argentina
    RegularEl PresentePlural

    Itziar is learning about the silver tradition in Argentina.
  • Preparando la noche de Reyes
    El Presente ProgresivoGerundio/Spanish present participlePor or Para?

    Jaime describes how his family is getting ready to welcome the Three Wise Men.
  • Profesión: médico
    El PresentePor or Para?Preposición

    Jaime tells us about being a doctor.
  • Propósitos de año nuevo
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Leandro is writing down his New Year's resolutions.
  • Publicidad digital
    PluralNombreRegular

    Alicia explains how digital platforms are the new channel for commercials and to target more customers.
  • Quiero dar la vuelta al mundo en bicicleta Free
    El PresenteVerbos con cambio ortográfico e > ie (presente)Preposición

    Cesar tells us that his dream is to cycle around the world and he plans to make his dream come true very soon.
  • Rafael Moneo
    El PresenteVerbo irregularVerbos yo-go (presente)

    Javier introduces us to the internationally-renowned Spanish architect Rafael Moneo.
  • Rafael Nadal
    El PresenteVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Adverbio

    A short introduction to the Spanish tennis player Rafa Nadal.
  • Rebeca Lane
    PluralSingularGénero femenino

    Benito talks about his favourite singer.
  • Rutina de ejercicios con una silla
    PluralNombreSingular

    Juanjo explain how to work out at home with just a chair.
  • Salón internacional de la moda flamenca SIMOF
    El PresenteVerbo irregularVerbos con cambio ortográfico o > ue (presente)

    Encarna tells us about SIMOF, the flamenco fashion week which she will attend this year.
  • Santo Entierro de Cristo, El Salvador
    SingularPluralGénero femenino

    Nicolas is watching the procession of the Holy Burial in Sonsonate.
  • Sofía de Grecia y Dinamarca
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    María tells us about the Spanish queen mother.
  • Sopa de ajos castellana
    PluralNombreSingular

    Discover what the ingredients you need to cook a tasty Castillian garlic soup.
  • South Summit
    El PresentePresenteVerbo irregular

    Blanca encourages Spanish and Latin American entrepreneurs to attend South Summit events.
  • Soy frutero
    PluralRegularNombre

    Gustavo tells us about his business.
  • Soy un diablo
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Lucio got a devil costume for his school Halloween party.
  • Taza de agua y rosa
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Fabilola is contemplating a stunning masterpiece by Zurbarán.
  • Thunka
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Linda describes the Bolivian game Thunka.
  • Tic y Toc
    El PresenteAdjetivoRegular

    Maite has pet ducks.
  • Torrijas
    El PresenteVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Expressing need and obligation (deber, tener que, haber que, necesitar [que])

    Ceferino explains how to cook torrijas.
  • Transvulcania
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingularGénero femenino

    Ignacio tells us about the Transvulcania ultramarathon, that takes place on the island of La Palma
  • Tristeza
    Género femeninoRegularPlural

    Dorotea tells us about sadness.
  • Un dibujo de la cara
    PluralSingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Today at school, Iris's teacher asked her students to draw a face.
  • Un torneo de pato
    SingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineGénero femenino

    Leo describes this Argentinian sport.
  • Un trabajo lujoso
    AdjetivoRegularPlural

    Eliseo explains why his job is a luxury.
  • Urueña, la villa del libro
    NombrePluralSingular

    Luisa tells us about a wonderful village in Spain that's famous for its bookshops.
  • Vamos de camping
    El Futuro PróximoEl PresenteAdjetivo

    Pastora is going camping in Tarragona for the first time.
  • Viajar es fantástico
    PluralSingularGénero femenino

    Francisco tell us why he loves travelling.
  • Viejito Pascuero
    PluralSingularNombre

    Nico describes some typical Chilean Christmas traditions.
  • Vitamina C
    El PresenteExpressing need and obligation (deber, tener que, haber que, necesitar [que])Verbo irregular

    Claudia talks about the importance of taking vitamin C in winter.
  • Yo me cuido
    El PresenteVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos con cambio ortográfico e > i (presente)

    Flavia shares her wellness solutions.
  • Youtuber
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Pepe's father talks about how his son is a millionaire Youtuber at just 8 years old.
  • Calendario de adviento Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoNombreSingularGénero

    This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Presente, the verb gustar plus the gender and number of nouns.
  • Cines de verano al aire libre Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteSingularPreposiciónAdjetivoVerbo irregular

    Experience the magic of cinema outdoors! This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Presente and El Futuro Próximo.
  • Consultorio de libros Free Bilingual reader
    PreposiciónSingularAdjetivoEl PresenteSer or Estar?

    There’s a website, Te receto un libro, where you can consult an expert who “prescribes” the book that suits you best. This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Presente and El Futuro Próximo.
  • Destinos rurales con niños Free Bilingual reader
    El PresentePreposiciónPluralGénero femeninoAdjetivo

    Escape to the countryside with this exercise which can help you practise El Presente and modal verbs, the general use of prepositions and the gender/number of nouns.
  • E-learning Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoPreposiciónGénero femeninoSingularPlural

    This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Presente, plus and gender and number agreement.
  • El Día de Muertos en casa de Guadalupe Free Bilingual reader
    PreposiciónPluralAdjetivoEl PresenteSingular

    Let's travel to Mexico to celebrate el Día de Muertos with Guadalupe and her family. This A1 exercise can help you practise forming regular masculine and feminine nouns and adjectives, the present progressive and the near future tense.
  • Espíritu navideño Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPreposiciónAdjetivoGénero femenino

    Get into the spirit of Christmas with someone who truly loves celebrating the holiday season! This exercise can help you practise El Presente and El Futuro Próximo and gender and number agreement.
  • Gijón Free Bilingual reader
    El PresentePreposiciónSingularAdjetivoGénero femenino

    Discover this beautiful coastal town in Asturias, Spain. This A1 exercise can help you practise conjugating ir + a + infinitive to express the near future, how to say "must / can / to want to" using deber, poder, querer + infinitive and using the preposition en to mean on / in / inside / at.
  • Las casas colgadas de Cuenca Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteSingularAdjetivoPluralVerbe irrégulier

    Take a trip to these surprising and beautiful houses in Cuenca. This exercise can help you practise subordinate clauses in El Presente and general prepositions.
  • Las noches del hipódromo Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoSingularVerbe irrégulierPlural

    A night at the races can be thrilling - especially the long summer evenings. This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Presente and agreement of regular nouns and adjectives.
  • Mafalda y sus amigos Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoPreposiciónSingularPlural

    We'd like to offer this A1 reading and listening exercise about Mafalda and her friends as a tribute to Quino who passed away on 30 September 2020.
  • Murales Mayas Free Bilingual reader
    PluralSingularEl PresenteAdjetivoNombre

    In San Bartolo, Guatemala, the remains of a Mayan pyramid have some incredible Mayan murals. This exercise can help you practise forming the masculine and feminine of regular singular adjectives, forming the masculine and feminine of regular nouns (singular and plural) and conjugating "ser" in the present tense.
  • Presentaciones en español Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbo irregularGénero femeninoSingular

    Watch as María and Julio greet each other for the first time and then later, rather awkwardly, have to pretend to meet each other for the first time! This A1 exercise can help you practise greetings and introducing yourself in Spanish.
  • Pura Vida Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoPluralVerbe irrégulierSingular

    Travel through Costa Rica with Sara to discover this beautiful country. This A1 exercise can help you practise irregular verbs in El Presente, El Presente Progresivo, general use of the preposition sobre, using para (and not por) for purpose, gender and plural of nouns ending in -e and demonstrative adjectives.
  • Rafa Nadal Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoSingularEl PresentePreposiciónPlural

    Get to know Rafa Nadal, the world-famous Spanish professional tennis player. This exercise can help you practise El Presente and generally describing someone.
  • Salamanca Free Bilingual reader
    PreposiciónAdjetivoPluralSingularEl Presente

    This reading and listening exercise about the beautiful city of Salamanca can help you practise El Presente, using prepositions, and gender and number agreement.
  • Una vida nueva 1 Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbo modalGéneroGénero femenino

    Part 1 of a series. Practise El Presente with Ángela who is about to start a new life in Madrid far away from her family and her rather useless boyfriend.
  • Una vida nueva 2 Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoSingularAdverbioPlural

    Here's part 2 of our series about Ángela. She's moved to Madrid and seems to be finding her feet.
  • Una vida nueva 3 Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl PresentePluralSingularNombre

    Here’s part 3 of our series about Ángela. Last week we learned that her boyfriend is not replying to her calls. But maybe there’s someone else out there looking for someone just like her?
  • Una vida nueva 4 Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoSingularVerbo irregularGénero femenino

    Here’s part 4 of our series about Ángela. This exercise can help you practise El Presente plus the gender and number of nouns.
  • Una vida nueva 5 Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteSingularAdjetivoPreposiciónGénero femenino

    Here's part 5 of our series about Ángela.
  • Vida en los Andes Free Bilingual reader
    El PresentePreposiciónAdjetivoVerbe irrégulierSingular

    This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Presente and possessive adjectives.
  • A2: Lower Intermediate Spanish listening exercises

  • Las brujas de Zugarramurdi
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Yago tells us about the witches of Zugarramurdi.
  • Aceite Carbonell
    El Pretérito IndefinidoPronombre relativoWritten accents in Spanish

    Paco talks to us about the world's best-selling olive oil brand.
  • Acertijo matemático
    El PresenteVerbo irregularVerbos yo-go (presente)

    Nicolás is a maths teacher and is challenging his students with a riddle
  • Amor en Instagram
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbo irregular

    Fernando tells us how a couple have become rich and popular by posting their love, life and travels on Instagram.
  • Armando Barrios
    El PresenteAdjetivoPreposición

    Dario owns a masterpiece by Armando Barrios, the famous cubist Venezuelan artist.
  • Aromas que traen recuerdos
    PreposiciónAdjetivoPlural

    Paco recounts how some scents evoke specific memories.
  • Arquitectura que sana
    NombrePluralEl Presente

    Clara attended an architectural workshop to learn how to design hospitals that help in the healing process.
  • Averroes
    RegularPluralNombre

    Loli talks about one of the most famous medieval hispano-arabic philosophers.
  • Barrios coloridos
    RegularPluralEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Rafael tells us about his cousin's a tour of colourful Spanish neighbourhoods.
  • Beatriz Galindo
    PluralRegularNombre

    Brigido introduces the historical character of Beatriz Galindo.
  • Belén Hostalet
    NombreEl PresenteAdjetivo

    Valeria introduces us an Spanish athleisure designer and influencer.
  • Belén viviente de Elche
    PreposiciónNombrePlural

    Tadeo plays Saint Joseph in Elche's living nativity.
  • Belle Époque
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Regular

    Catalina tells us about the film "Belle Époque" that her cousin recommended.
  • Bomberas y paramédicas
    Verbo irregularPreposiciónEl Pretérito Indefinido

    A firewoman and a female paramedic went to Julieta's school to give a talk to the students.
  • Carbón
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Estrella describes how she received a sweet surprise on her 5th Epiphany.
  • Cartas de amor
    RegularPluralSingular

    Laila discovers her grandparents love letters.
  • Casa ordenada vida feliz Free
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregularRegular

    Consuelo tells us how hiring a professional home organizer has changed her life.
  • Castillo de Coca
    El Pretérito ImperfectoRegularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Constanza shares her impressions about the spectacular Coca Castle.
  • Chirigotas
    El PresenteVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Adjetivo indefinido

    Estrella explains what a "chirigota" is.
  • Club de lectura
    El PresenteVerbo irregularEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Miguel explains how belonging to a book club has lead him to love reading even more.
  • Cocido madrileño
    PluralNombreRegular

    Aurora describes the typical Madrid dish to stay warm in winter.
  • Cómo coser un botón
    El Imperativoórdenes y peticionesPronombre

    Mauro explains how to sew a button.
  • Compra - venta de segunda mano
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Secondhand buying and selling.
  • Contable
    PluralGénero femeninoSingular

    Moises describes his job.
  • Copos de Nieve
    Verbo irregularEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Ernesto is fascinated by snowflakes.
  • Cristóbal Balenciaga
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularRegular

    Last month Luis visited the exhibition of Cristobal Balenciaga, the famous Spanish fashion designer, at the V&A Museum in London.
  • Cuentopía
    ParticipioVerbs in SpanishVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Paco has discovered a website that publishes stories that teach children about human values.
  • Cuentos para no dormir
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Adjetivo

    Vicente remembers the Halloween nights when his father would recount scary stories to the whole family.
  • Curanto
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Jorge explains an ancient Chilean way of cooking.
  • De ruta con las chicas
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Araceli tells us about her wonderful all-girl road trip through the white villages of Andalusia.
  • Día de la canción criolla
    Género femeninoRegularSingular

    Eloisa explains how in Peru there is a celebration that's more important than Halloween on the 31st of October.
  • Día del maestro
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -er (presente)

    Ricardo talks about what happened to him on Teachers' Day in Mexico.
  • Día mundial de los océanos
    El PresenteVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Por or Para?

    Enrique tells us about World Oceans Day.
  • Efecto pasillo
    AdjetivoAdjetivo posesivoRegular

    Vera was having a bad day till the happy music of her favourite Spanish band brought some colour back into her life.
  • El acueducto de Segovia
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Julia explains how Segovia's aqueduct is a very important roman monument in Spain, and a symbol for the city of Segovia.
  • El amor no tiene etiquetas
    NombreSingularEl Presente

    Pedro reflects on love.
  • El cochinillo de Cándido
    El PresenteVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Joaquin tells us about his lunch at Cándido's Restaurant.
  • El Colón
    PluralNombreSingular

    Carmen talks us about the Costa Rican currency.
  • El cuarto al revés
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Venancio tells us a funny anecdote.
  • El dinero no da la felicidad
    RegularEl Pretérito ImperfectoNombre

    Úrsula tells us what her grandmother says about money and happiness.
  • El dios maya de la lluvia
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Modo indicativo

    Jose describes the Mayan god of rain.
  • El hincha
    Género femeninoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Aitana explains the origin of the Spanish word "hincha".
  • El horóscopo Maya
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregularRegular

    Desiré introduces us to the Mayan horoscope.
  • El test de los superpoderes
    RegularEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Presente

    Nacho discovered that he has superpowers while he was at the hairdresser.
  • EMOZ Zaragoza
    Verbo irregularEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Cesar talks about his wonderful visit to an origami museum.
  • Empleos para trabajar en remoto
    Género femeninoNombrePreposición

    Estíbaliz tells us what are the most popular remote jobs.
  • En los brazos de Morfeo
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Pretérito ImperfectoSer or Estar?

    Vera explains the saying "To be in the arms of Morpheus" to her students when they visit the National Sculpture Museum of Valladolid.
  • En teleférico por Chicamocha
    El Pretérito IndefinidoRegularEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Alba tell us about her adventure taking the cable car in Chicamocha.
  • Ensaimada de Mallorca
    PreposiciónEl PresenteAdjetivo

    Tatiana is in Mallorca enjoying a delicious ensaimada.
  • España destino para expatriados
    El Pretérito IndefinidoAdverbioPreposición

    Geraldine tells us her experience as an expat living in Spain.
  • Esperando el autobús
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Regular

    Violeta has missed the bus and is worried about running late while she waits for the next one.
  • Festival Internacional de Teatro Clásico de Mérida
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaRegularPronombre interrogativo y exclamativo

    Beatriz tells us about the Classical Theatre Festival in Mérida (Spain).
  • Fiesta del olivo Free
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbo irregular

    María José tells us about the Olive Festival celebration in Mora, Toledo.
  • Fin de la corrupción
    NombreGénero femeninoGénero

    Zulima talks about the challenge of anti-corruption.
  • Flamenco
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)El Presente

    Candela talks about the origin of flamenco.
  • Floriografía
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbo irregularEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Asunta is learning about flower arranging and she tells us about the amazing floriography session they studied in class.
  • Frikitrip
    El Pretérito IndefinidoRegularVerbo irregular

    Abel tells us about an awesome online agency that organises themed trips and events for TV series and movies freaks.
  • Fundación También
    El Pretérito IndefinidoRegularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Mafalda tells us about the origins of the También Foundation.
  • Gabriel García Márquez
    El Pretérito IndefinidoRegularAdjetivo

    Lucas tells us about this famous Colombian writer.
  • Gemma Mengual
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Lorenzo tells us about one of the most important Spanish synchronized swimmers.
  • Gestionando mi casa en un clic
    RegularNombrePreposición

    Enrique is amazed by an app that enables him to manage his smart home from his mobile.
  • Hacer nada
    RegularAdjetivoSingular

    Jorge is thinking about doing a little bit of nothing everyday to improve his mind and body.
  • Huacachina
    El Pretérito IndefinidoRegularPlural

    Alicia recounts her wonderful trip to the Huacachina oasis.
  • Huerto urbano
    RegularPluralGénero femenino

    Pilar wants to create an urban garden in order to be self-sufficient.
  • Huesos dulces
    El PresenteConjunción subordinanteVerbo modal

    Huesos de Santo are marzipan pastries traditionally eaten in Spain on All Saints' Day.
  • Isabel la Católica
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Adjetivo

    Manolo tells us about one of the most important Spanish queens.
  • Islas Galápagos
    Género femeninoRegularPlural

    Jonás describes some curious facts about the Galapagos Islands.
  • Jarcia
    PluralNombreSingular

    Nestor talks about the arts and crafts made with the agave plant by the indigenous Xinka.
  • Kathrine Switzer
    El Pretérito IndefinidoRegularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Marta tell us about the first woman in history run in a marathon.
  • La amiga imaginaria
    El Pretérito ImperfectoRegularVerbo irregular

    Belén recounts the strange story of Estefania's imaginary friend.
  • La bruja Piruja
    SufijoAdjetivoDiminutivo

    Amanda is taking to her granddaughter see the play Piruja the Witch.
  • La brújula
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Modo indicativo

    Aurelio tells us about the discovery of the compass.
  • La caja de sorpresas
    PluralRegularGénero femenino

    Moncho tells us about the different presents that his sons have given him on Father's Day over the years.
  • La cascada de Firgas
    La oración impersonalJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos regulares -er (presente)

    Flora tells us about the Firgas waterfall.
  • La castañera
    El PresenteVerbo irregularAdjetivo

    Nati tells us about the traditional female roast chestnut sellers seen in many Spanish towns.
  • La Dama de Elche
    El PresenteEl Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Claudia tells us about the masterpiece she discovered during her visit to the Museo Arqueológico Nacional in Madrid.
  • La fiesta de la vendimia en Mendoza
    PluralNombreGénero femenino

    Simón explains the origins of wine production and the grape harvest festivities in Mendoza.
  • La granja escuela
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Gloria tells us about her children's adventure at the farm school.
  • La jeringuilla
    El PresenteGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineNombre

    Pepe explains what a syringe is.
  • La joyería
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Amanda tells us about the success her jewelry shop had last year with special gifts for Valentine's day.
  • La música es mágica
    PreposiciónGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Omar describes how music has the power to change your mood.
  • La quema de El Viejo o La Vieja
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Every New Year's Eve Elvira burns the effigies of an old man and an old woman.
  • La tienda de disfraces
    El Pretérito ImperfectoRegularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Julio recounts a lovely story about a costume shop for animals.
  • Las extravagancias de Shakira
    RegularPluralSingular

    Discover some of Shakira's extravagant habits.
  • Las habilidades del futuro
    NombreRegularPlural

    Evaristo explains to his students the skills they need to develop to find job in the future.
  • Locura
    Verbo irregularPreposiciónEl Presente

    Elvira recommends doing crazy things to bring more joy to our lives.
  • Los beneficios del coaching
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre posesivoPronombre

    Darío shows us the benefits of coaching in daily life.
  • Los Churriguera
    AdverbioAdjetivoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Amanda describes the Churriguera family.
  • Madre de día
    El PresentePronombreVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Berta tells us about her profession.
  • Marc Anthony
    NombrePluralRegular

    Daniel talks about a Puerto Rican super star.
  • Meditación
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Miguel talks about meditation as source of wellbeing.
  • Mejillones al vapor
    órdenes y peticionesEl ImperativoIrregular

    Estrella explains a quick and easy way to cook mussels.
  • Mi experiencia frente a un cuadro de Sorolla Free
    El Pretérito IndefinidoRegularVerbo irregular

    While escaping a rather dull event, Sergio discovered a wonderful painting by the artist Sorolla.
  • Mi padre es un "millennial"
    AdjetivoPluralGénero

    Andrés knows what millenials are like because his father is one.
  • Mi vida lenta
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbo irregular

    Yolanda has adopted a new pace.
  • Mi visita al dermatólogo
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    Sandra had to see the dermatologist because of a swollen eye and itchy face.
  • Muñeira
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineRegular

    Felipe describes the "muñeira" dance.
  • Museo Vasco del Ferrocarril
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbo irregular

    Héctor has taken his students to visit the Basque Railway Museum.
  • Nochebuena
    El Pretérito IndefinidoPreposiciónRegular

    Alicia tells us about her special Christmas Eve.
  • O Semáforo
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Raquel tells us teh story behind the O Semáforo hotel.
  • Origen del baby shower
    PreposiciónVerbo irregularEl Presente

    Hernan explains the origin of the baby shower.
  • Papá cuéntame un cuento
    El Pretérito ImperfectoModo indicativoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Lucía remembers her childhood when her father told her bedtime stories.
  • Papamoscas
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Regular

    Guillermo is captivated by the fly-catcher in the cathedral of Burgos.
  • Parkour en Madrid
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Zacarías explains the origins of parkour.
  • Pasión por la carne
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Adjetivo posesivo

    Yvete describes her traditional Sunday family barbecues.
  • Planes de chimenea
    El Pretérito ImperfectoModo indicativoVerbo irregular

    Vicente loves to make plans next to the fireplace in winter.
  • Platero y yo
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregularEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Clara tells us about the book that her father used to read to her at bedtime.
  • Procesión del silencio de Zamora
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Aitor tells us about his breathtaking experience at the Parade of Silence in Zamora.
  • Rabinal Achí
    Verbo irregularEl Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Magdalena tells us about "Rabinal Achí", one of the first prehispanic theater pieces from before America was discovered.
  • Ramón Massats
    Verbo irregularEl Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Fátima describes the photographer Ramón Massats.
  • Ramón y Cajal
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbo irregular

    A short description of Santiago Ramón y Cajal, the first Spanish Nobel prize for science winner.
  • Rancheras
    NombreGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    Miguel is a fan of Mexican folk music.
  • Real Fábrica de Cristales y Vidrio
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularRegular

    Ezequiel talks about his educational visit to the Royal Glass Factory in Segovia.
  • Real Fábrica de Tapices
    NombreGénero femeninoPlural

    Genaro is amazed by his visit to the Royal Tapestry Factory.
  • Recibir al nuevo año en el aire
    El Pretérito IndefinidoRegularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Marcos recounts his unusual New Year's Eve celebration.
  • Ruta por Asturias (1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbo irregular

    Gerardo tells us about his trip around Asturias with his brother.
  • Ruta por Asturias (2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularPresente

    Gerardo tells us about his trip around Asturias with his brother.
  • Sabores nikkei
    Género femeninoNombreSingular

    María tells us about her first experience in a nikkei restaurant.
  • Se equivocó la paloma
    NombreAdjetivoGénero

    Eva talks about a Rafael Alberti poem that her father used to read her when she was a child.
  • Sé influencer
    PluralNombreEl Presente

    Inés owns an influencer agency. Discover how this work!
  • Ser sencillo
    RegularEl Pretérito IndefinidoSingular

    Ernesto has decided changing his life will make him happier.
  • Sevilla inspira
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Macarena explains how her city, Seville, has been the inspiration for not only flamenco music but also really famous operas.
  • Sol es nombre de chica
    AdjetivoEl PresenteGénero

    Antonio tell us about the girl's name Sol.
  • Sonrisas mágicas
    El PresenteVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbo irregular

    Hernando tells us about an NGO called Aladina that aims to bring smiles to the faces of child patients at the Nino Jesus Hospital.
  • Tarde de Roscón de Reyes
    Verbs in SpanishParticipioPretérito

    Valentina tells us how she and her family traditionally spend the 6th of January.
  • Teide
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregular

    Carlos tells us about the legend of the highest mountain in Spain: the Teide.
  • Tetris
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito PerfectoVerbo irregular

    Anabel tells us about her favourite graphic designer.
  • Todo preparado
    PluralNombreSingular

    Telmo has everything ready for his first day of school tomorrow.
  • Toledo
    NombreGénero femeninoEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Felipe tells us about his visit to the city of three cultures.
  • Trabajar en un café
    El Pretérito ImperfectoRegularVerbo irregular

    Samuel is trying to convince his colleague that instead of going to the office they should work from a new coffee shop.
  • Un deseo por cada uva
    PreposiciónPor or Para?Expressing need and obligation (deber, tener que, haber que, necesitar [que])

    Elisa is making a list of 12 wishes
  • Un papá en prácticas
    NombrePluralSingular

    Ramón talks about his parenthood blog.
  • Una finca autosostenible
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Paloma talks about her family farm.
  • Una idea para tallar tu calabaza
    Pronombreórdenes y peticionesEl Imperativo

    Palmira has an idea for how to design the most creative Halloween pumpkin.
  • Una semana divertida Free
    El Pretérito PerfectoParticipioVerbs in Spanish

    Adela tells us about all the fun things she did with her best friend this week.
  • Una sorpresa mañanera
    PluralGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Bruno gave his boyfriend a morning surprise yesterday.
  • Vamos a adoptar un padre
    Adjetivo posesivoAdjetivoEl Presente

    Estíbaliz and her brother have found a website to adopt a dad.
  • Voy a la mercería
    NombrePluralGénero femenino

    Alicia has to buy some sewing supplies to mend some of her clothes.
  • Xavier Abril
    PreposiciónRegularSingular

    Rosa tells us about one of the most relevant Latin American poets of the 20th Century.
  • ¿A qué jugabas de pequeño?
    El Pretérito ImperfectoModo indicativoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Gorka tells us about his favourite childhood game.
  • ¿Quién vendrá al evento?
    El Futuro SimpleVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Mercedes works for a charity that is organising a special event next spring.
  • ¿Tienes inteligencia emocional?
    AdjetivoEl PresenteGénero femenino

    Agustín discovers emotional intelligence.
  • ¿Y tú por qué escribes?
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoPreposición

    Antonio is trying to find out why he wants to do writing therapy.
  • Aguas de marzo Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoSingularGénero femeninoArtículo definidoGénero

    Listen to the Spanish-language version of a song originally written by the Brazilian Tom Jobim.
  • Cómo escribir un correo electrónico formal Free Bilingual reader
    Género femeninoPreposiciónAdverbioPor or Para?El Imperativo

    Read and listen to this text describing how to write a formal email.
  • El concierto de Aranjuez Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl PresentePreposiciónNombreRegular

    Learn about this beautiful guitar concerto, written by Joaquín Rodrigo while you practise El Futuro Próximo and the gender and number of nouns that do not end in -o/-a.
  • El día de engañar en Menorca Free Bilingual reader
    PreposiciónAdjetivoPor or Para?El PresenteAdjetivo indefinido

    Did you know that the Spanish-speaking world doesn’t celebrate April Fool’s Day? For Spain and Latin America "prank day" is on 28 December: El día de los inocentes. But, there is ONE place that DOES celebrate April Fool’s Day, and that’s Menorca. Find out why!
  • En un festival de música Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoRegularEl Pretérito ImperfectoVerbos regulares -er (presente)Adjetivo

    A2 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Estamos hechas la una para la otra Free Bilingual reader
    El PresentePreposiciónAdjetivoVerbo irregularExpressing desire (querer, gustar)

    Some friendships were just meant to be! This A2 exercise can help you practise using yo también and yo tampoco.
  • Francisco Salzillo Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoAdjetivoVerbo irregularNombrePlural

    Francisco Salzillo was a celebrated Spanish Baroque sculptor who lived and worked in the 18th century. This A2 exercise can help you regular and irregular verbs in the Spanish preterite, the position of direct object pronouns and feminine nouns.
  • Haciendo la compra a mis mayores Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl PresentePreposiciónSingularPlural

    This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Pretérito Perfecto.
  • Julieta, a film by Pedro Almodóvar Free Bilingual reader
    Le Présent IndicatifVerbe irrégulierEl Pretérito IndefinidoPreposiciónAdjetivo

    Pedro Almodóvar is Spain's most successful film director of international renown. His quirky screenplays focus on pop culture, desire, passion, and strong female characters.
  • La Carrera de Reyes en San Pablo Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoPreposiciónEl PresenteNombrePlural

    Discover this fascinating Epiphany tradition that takes place in the Peruvian town of San Pablo. This A2 exercise can help you practise the gender of nouns and adjectives that don't end in -a or -o, possessive adjectives and the near future
  • La cuesta de enero Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoAdjetivo indefinidoLe Présent IndicatifComparativoVerbos con cambio ortográfico e > i (presente)

    The new year is here and with it annual price hikes. Learn about the uphill struggle known as "La cuesta de enero" with this A2 reading and listening exercise.
  • La historia del ceviche Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo irregularEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoAdjetivoPreposición

    A2 Spanish interactive listening article
  • La noche de las velas de Pedraza Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl Pretérito ImperfectoRegularPreposiciónNombre

    Visit this picturesque Segovian village by candlelight and practise El Pretérito Indefinido and El Pretérito Imperfecto.
  • La Roja baila Free Bilingual reader
    El PresentePreposiciónVerbo irregularNombrePronombre

    This reading and listening exercise is based on a song by the Spanish national football team.
  • La vendimia Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo irregularEl Pretérito IndefinidoPreposiciónEl Pretérito ImperfectoEl Presente

    Listen to this story about how one group of friends spent their time in the town of Jeréz de la Frontera during the annual grape harvest. This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Pretérito Indefinido and El Pretérito Imperfecto.
  • Las tunas en el día de la Inmaculada Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl PresenteSingularAdjetivo invariableVerbe irrégulier

    This reading and listening exercise is about the Spanish tradition of Las Tunas.
  • Los novios 5: final feliz Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregularRegularPronombre indefinido

    After all they've been through, find out how it all turns our for Susana and Alfredo while you practise past tenses.
  • Martes y Trece - supersticiones Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteVerbo irregularAdjetivoLe Subjonctif PrésentPronombre

    This exercise is about superstitions in Spain.
  • Mejorando mi español con Kwiziq Free Bilingual reader
    PreposiciónJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivoAdjetivo indefinidoPronombre indefinido

    This A2 exercise can help you practise El Pretérito Perfecto and indefinite pronouns.
  • Mi día en Ecuador Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoGénero femeninoPreposiciónSingular

    Spend a day in Ecuador while practising regular and stem-changing verbs in El Presente, telling time, using para for purpose and the gender of nouns that don't end in -o or -a.
  • Mi hermana Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoPluralSingularEl PresenteNombre

    Practise muy vs mucho, plus using tener and ser to describe people.
  • Narcisos Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteVerbo irregularAdjetivoSingularGénero femenino

    Let's take a look at a flower that really heralds springtime! This A2 can help you practise irregular verbs in El Presente and the general use of prepositions.
  • No está lejos Free Bilingual reader
    PreposiciónInfinitivoAdverbioJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaNombre

    Have you ever visited the Spanish city of Zaragoza? Practise directions and prepositions like desde/de/hasta/a for "from/to".
  • No tengo miedo - Halloween song Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteEl Pretérito ImperfectoNombrePluralVerbo irregular

    It's Halloween! How about practising your Spanish with this cute song?
  • Nuestra gran aventura de verano 1 Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl PresentePluralSingularVerbo irregular

    Meet Marian and Tania who are celebrating the end of exams by taking a break in the village of Tania's grandparents. Part 1 of a series.
  • Orgullosa de mis hijos Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoVerbo irregularEl Futuro SimplePronombre de complemento directoGénero femenino

    Here's a short vignette narrated by a mother about her two sons.
  • Ser perro durante la pandemia Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteEl Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Jerga/ Expresión idiomática

    A2 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Song "Mediterráneo" by Ana Belén and Joan Manuel Serrat Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoSingularEl ImperativoVerbos con cambio ortográfico e > ie (presente)

    This reading and listening exercise is based on the lyrics of the Spanish song Mediterráneo written by singer-songwriter Joan Manuel Serrat.
  • Súbeme la radio - Enrique Iglesias Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteGerundio/Spanish present participlePronombreAdjetivoVerbo irregular

    This reading and listening exercise is based on the song Súbeme La Radio by Enrique Iglesias. It can help you practise El Imperative and El Presente.
  • Swimmy, el AirBnb de las piscinas Free Bilingual reader
    PreposiciónEl PresenteSingularNombrePlural

    Did you know that you can rent out your swimming pool the same way you can rent out a room or your home? This exercise can help you practise using the near future and the general use of the preposition en.
  • Un Halloween diferente Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoPreposiciónVerbo irregularJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivo posesivo

    This Halloween-themed reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Pretérito Perfecto, El Futuro Próximo and Halloween vocabulary.
  • Una cita a ciegas Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbe irrégulierPreposiciónAdjetivoIrregulares en Indefinido/mismas terminaciones

    Have you ever been on a disastrous blind date? This A2 exercise can help you practise El Pretérito Imperfecto and El Pretérito Indefinido.
  • ¡A comer! Free Bilingual reader
    SingularVerbo irregularEl PresenteAdjetivoPlural

    Learn how to make a Spanish potato omelette: una tortilla de patata.
  • ¿Te gusta la televisión? Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl PresenteVerbo irregularAdjetivoPreposición

    A2 Spanish interactive listening article
  • ¿Y a ti qué te ha dejado Santa? Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo irregularPreposiciónJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPor or Para?Regular

    It's Christmas morning! Our gift to you is this reading and listening exercise that can help you practise El Pretérito Perfecto and El Imperfecto Progresivo.
  • B1: Intermediate Spanish listening exercises

  • 40 libros que leer antes de los 40
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirectoReflexive verbs

    Tomas accepted the challenge of reading a selection of 40 books before turning 40.
  • Adivina a qué me dedico
    Verbo irregularEl Presente de SubjuntivoEl Condicional Simple

    Eliseo wants us to guess his profession.
  • Ahorrar comprando online
    Verbos regulares (condicional)El Condicional SimpleVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Ahorrar comprando online.
  • Amo la velocidad
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa perífrasis verbalInfinitivo

    Lola explains why she loves to drive fast.
  • Amor en urgencias
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbo irregular

    Alba tells us about her hospital love story.
  • Ángeles somos
    PronombrePreposiciónNombre

    Rita explains how Colombian children from Cartagena celebrate the 1st of November.
  • Aromas de verano
    PronombreOración subordinada temporalPronombre de complemento indirecto

    For Alfonso summer is all about fragrances.
  • Athflow
    ParticipioWritten accents in SpanishVerbs in Spanish

    Fernando explains the athflow concept.
  • Autorretrato
    Pronombre relativoModo subjuntivoVerbos YO -GO (presente subjuntivo)

    Paloma uses photography as psychotherapy tool.
  • Buceando en Isla de Coco, Costa Rica
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Noelia is getting ready to go diving for first time in the Pacific ocean.
  • Capoeira
    Verbo transitivoVoz pasivaPronombre impersonal

    Nico wants to initiate his friend in the art of capoeira.
  • Carnaval de Puno
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Juan is excited about his trip to Perú to attend the Puno Carnival.
  • Carolina Marín la leyenda del bádminton español
    El Condicional SimpleVerbos regulares (condicional)Written accents in Spanish

    A brief introduction to Carolina Marín.
  • Carrera de trineos
    Verbo irregularEl Presente de SubjuntivoEl Futuro Simple

    Jimena can't wait to participate in the Baqueira Beret dog sled race.
  • Casado
    Pronombre impersonalVerbo transitivoVoz pasiva

    Sofia describes Costa Rica's most typical dish.
  • Cazando huevos
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Andrea cannot wait to enjoy Easter Sunday.
  • Centro Canalejas
    AdjetivoEl Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Raquel tells us about the luxury project "Centro Canalejas".
  • Cerezos en Flor
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Pronombre impersonal

    Blanca tells us about the Cherry Blossom Festival in the Jerte Valley in Cáceres (Spain).
  • Cibernético
    Written accents in SpanishAdverbio interrogativoAdjetivo indefinido

    Germán is concerned he has turned himself into a prisoner because he does everything on the internet from home.
  • Cocido madrileño
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Emiliano describes the famous winter dish from Madrid, the "cocido madrileño".
  • Combate medieval
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Pedro is excited about the International Medieval Combat Championship that will be held in Belmonte castle.
  • Cómo organizar tu taller de costura
    El Condicional SimpleVerbos regulares (condicional)Written accents in Spanish

    Macarena gives advice about how to organise a sewing workshop.
  • Concierto de Año Nuevo
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Domingo tells us about the annual appointment he has with his grandfather every New Year's morning.
  • Consejos para profesores
    El Presente de SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Marisa has some teachers tips for a succesful year.
  • Diamantes
    Modo subjuntivoPronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directo

    Nerea explains the birth stone for people born in April.
  • Días de lluvia
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoWritten accents in SpanishAdjetivo indefinido

    Lucia and her family sing and dance at home on rainy days.
  • Don Juan Tenorio
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Amaya explains why everyone in Spain goes to the theatre to watch "Don Juan Tenorio" on the first of November.
  • Dos besos
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre reflexivo

    Paco explains the traditional Spanish greeting of giving two kisses.
  • El amor brujo
    Modo subjuntivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoVoz pasiva

    Tomorrow, Carlos's dance company will premiere "Love, the Magician".
  • El río de los cinco colores
    Written accents in SpanishConjunciónAdverbio

    Rosario in amazed by a river in Colombia that has five colours.
  • El sonido de la lluvia
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento directo

    Alfredo finds the sound of rainfall very healing.
  • El Transcantábrico
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Written accents in Spanish

    Berta is excited about her upcoming romantic getaway on the Transcantábrico.
  • Emociones positivas
    Género femeninoNombreGénero

    Iván tells us about his positive emotions.
  • Energía todo el día
    AdverbioWritten accents in SpanishEl Imperativo

    Celia gives us some tips to prepare a healthy breakfast to recharge our batteries for the whole day.
  • Ensalada para todos
    Written accents in SpanishConjunción coordinanteEl Futuro Simple

    Pablo is writing a special blog post about salads.
  • Espacios cotrabajo
    El Condicional SimpleVerbos regulares (condicional)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Fermín can't wait to move his company to a co-working space to develop and improve his business.
  • España, un país seguro
    Verbos regulares (condicional)El Condicional SimpleVoz pasiva

    Azucena is surprised at how safe Spain is.
  • Festival internacional de teatro clásico de Almagro
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Sol works for the Almagro International Classical Theater Festival, and will be on a radio show tomorrow to promote it.
  • Florencio Sanchidrián
    Verbs in SpanishComparativoPronombre de complemento directo

    Elsa is taking a masterclass from the best jamón cutter in the world.
  • Frida Kahlo y su mono
    ParticipioVerbo irregularAdjetivo

    Carmen is taking Frida Kahlo art classes and she is fascinating by one of her paintings.
  • Gallegos
    Voz pasivaIrregulares en Indefinido/mismas terminacionesPronombre de complemento directo

    Santiago tells us about how the Galicians emigrated to Argentina.
  • Gastrosiexta
    El ImperativoModo imperativoórdenes y peticiones

    Alma discovers a new concept that combines three pleasures in one.
  • Glamping en Casa de Laila
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Tomás is looking forward to glamping in the idyllic Casa de Laila in Andalusia.
  • Hacer amigos en una ciudad nueva
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Pepe is moving to Lima and he doesn't know anybody there, so he is thinking about ways to make friends.
  • Herramientas de teletrabajo
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoEl Condicional Simple

    Pepe give us some tips about tools for working remotely.
  • Hogar viene de hoguera
    Pronombre relativoAdverbio interrogativoEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Olivia explains the link between the word for fireplace and home.
  • ILUNION
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Por or Para?

    Carlos spent his summer holidays in a hotel in Cádiz which is a pioneer in disabled inclusion among its staff.
  • Inditex Free
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    A look at the Spanish multinational clothing company whose HQ is in Galicia.
  • Isabel de Farnesio
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Alicia is giving a conference about Elisabeth Farnese.
  • Isla del Burguillo
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Marcos tells us about his plan for a fabulous weekend in a castle on an small island.
  • La baraja española
    Written accents in SpanishAdjetivo indefinidoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Paola loves to play cards.
  • La Casa del Jade
    El Pretérito ImperfectoModo indicativoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Nuria is fascinated by the importance of jade for the Mayas.
  • La casita cubana
    El Futuro SimpleEl ImperativoParticipio

    Liliana recounts her experience staying at Cuban houses to travel around the island.
  • La estrecha
    SuperlativoWritten accents in SpanishAdjetivo

    Pedro tells us about the narrowest house in the world.
  • La Llorona
    Written accents in SpanishAdverbio interrogativoAdverbio relativo

    Tomás tells us about one of the most popular folk tales in Latin America: "La Llorona".
  • La lotería
    El Condicional SimpleEl Presente de SubjuntivoVerbos regulares (condicional)

    Practise El Concicional simple (conditional tense) with Almudena explaining what she would do if she won the lottery.
  • La nostalgia es buena para la salud
    AdjetivoPronombre relativoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Ambrosio gives us a positive feedback about nostalgia.
  • La panadería del barrio
    AdjetivoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineNombre

    Luisa loves to go to her neighborhood bakery to buy bread and delicious pastries.
  • La universidad de los mares
    El Presente de SubjuntivoVerbos regulares -er (presente)Superlativo

    Mateo tells us about the international educational project that Cádiz University is coordinating.
  • Las ballenas de Samaná
    AdjetivoPronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre relativo

    Paloma describes the wonderful whale sanctuary in Samaná.
  • Las Cruces de Mayo
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Antonio is excied about his trip to the Crosses of May Festival.
  • Las flores
    El Futuro SimpleEl Presente de SubjuntivoVerbos regulares -er (presente)

    Amalia spots her boyfriend at the florist and wonders if the flowers that he is buying are for her.
  • Las Meninas
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Dorotea is going to meet her friend Catalina at the Prado Museum tomorrow, to discover the secrets of the Velazquez painting "Las Meninas".
  • Las vidrieras de León
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Presente de SubjuntivoAdjetivo

    Almudena tells us about the wonderful stained glass in the cathedral of León.
  • Las Zambombas de Jerez
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Ursula describes the hand drum celebration in Jerez.
  • Leyendo el horóscopo
    AdjetivoAdverbioOración negativa

    Juan tells us why he reads his horoscope.
  • Líderes
    El Futuro SimpleEl Presente de SubjuntivoVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Bruna explains what leaders in the 21st century should be like.
  • Los beneficios del contacto con la naturaleza
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Francisco talks to us about the benefits of having contact with nature.
  • Los mayores tienen mucho que ofrecer
    El Futuro SimpleModo subjuntivoEl Presente de Subjuntivo

    Jacobo encourages us to support intergenerational programs to improve society.
  • Los novios... ¿Me caso con Alfredo o no? (Part 1 of 2) Free
    Modo subjuntivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoAdjetivo

    Susana is under pressure to marry her boyfriend, Alfredo, but should she?
  • Los novios... ¿Me caso con Alfredo o no? (Part 2 of 2)
    Modo subjuntivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoAdjetivo

    Susana continues considering whether to marry Alfredo.
  • Los problemas de la generación alfa
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Inés is worried about the challenges her daughter's generation will face.
  • Los pueblos más bonitos de España
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Damián's village will be participating in the contest for most beautiful village in Spain.
  • Luis Barragán
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombrePronombre de complemento directo

    Aurora visits the Barragán house - workshop.
  • Málaga: boquerones y Picasso.
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Tatiana is dreaming about going on holiday to Málaga.
  • Mami dame un abrazo
    Pronombre reflexivoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre

    The simple act of giving a hug and kiss to her daughter makes Amalia happy.
  • María Pita
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Pronombre de complemento directo

    Raúl recounts the legend of Maria Pita.
  • María Zambrano
    Conjunción coordinanteEl Pretérito IndefinidoPronombre impersonal

    Eliseo talks about one of the most important female philosophers in Spain.
  • Masaje de cítricos
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Agustin explains how aromatherapy massage can bring cheer.
  • Mascotas en el mundo
    Written accents in SpanishConjunción coordinanteSuperlativo

    Isaac is surprised after reading a report about pets around the world.
  • Medina Azahara
    El Futuro SimpleFuturoAdjetivo

    Nacho tells us about his next adventure filming a documentary about the life of Abderramán III in Medina Azahara.
  • Mi chaqueta de esquiar
    Written accents in SpanishGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Nacho explains the amazing things that can be made with recycled plastic.
  • Mi handbike y yo
    Verbo irregularVerbo modalEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    María tells us how "handcycling" has changed her life.
  • Mi vida es un hashtag
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Roberto explains why hashtags are so important in his life.
  • Micoturismo en Soria
    El Condicional SimpleJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Presente de Subjuntivo

    Rosario tells us about her plan to go to mushroom picking in Soria.
  • Mónica Moro
    PretéritoEl Pretérito PerfectoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Silvia talks us about the one of the top professionals in the publicity field.
  • Muebles de segunda mano
    El Condicional SimpleEl Presente de SubjuntivoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Maite wants to try something different in her home decoration by buying secondhand furniture.
  • Niños viajeros
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Paco describes why travelling has many benefits for children.
  • No tires la sal
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbo irregularVerbos regulares -er (presente)

    Mariela is horrified because it's bad luck to spill salt.
  • Nómadas digitales
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Celeste is changing her life to become a digital nomad.
  • Orquídeas
    AdjetivoParticipioWritten accents in Spanish

    Valeria describes some interesting facts about orchids.
  • Paisajismo
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Rodolfo is excited and a bit nervous because is going to interview the popular Spanish landscape designer about the Flynn vila.
  • Pasaje del terror
    Written accents in SpanishJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivo

    Pepe tells us about his scary job.
  • Pasodoble
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Futuro SimpleAdjetivo

    Carmen tells us about one of the most popular dances in Spain.
  • Perdida
    El Presente de SubjuntivoEl Imperativoórdenes y peticiones

    Belén is lost on her way to the Prado Museum and so has to ask for directions!
  • Petrona Viera
    Verbos regulares (condicional)El Condicional SimpleAdjetivo

    Carmen is enjoying the Petrona Viera paintings at the National Museum of Visual Arts of Uruguay.
  • PhotoEspaña Free
    Written accents in SpanishEl Futuro SimpleConjunción coordinante

    Vicente explains what PhotoEspaña is.
  • Planificando
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Vicente is organising a baby shower for a client in a spa.
  • Playa de los Muertos
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Cesar goes Almería every summer.
  • Playas bioluminiscentes
    Conjunción subordinantePronombre relativoSignificados de "que"

    Victor talks about these awesome beaches.
  • Poliamor
    Verbo irregularEl Condicional SimpleEl Futuro Simple

    Carolina finds a solution to the problems in her love life.
  • Pongamos el belén
    El Condicional SimpleVerbos regulares (condicional)El Presente de Subjuntivo

    Elisa is in a rush to set up the nativity with her family and tells us how she would like the display to look.
  • Pozole
    Pronombre relativoGénero femeninoAdjetivo

    Nayeli tells us what are her favourite things about New Year's Eve.
  • Primavera Sound
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Ismael is excited because he got tickets for the Barcelona Primavera Sound Festival.
  • Procesiones chiquitas, Colombia
    Género femeninoGéneroVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Alfredo describes a cute Colombian Easter tradition for children.
  • Psicología de los colores
    Adverbio interrogativoVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Conjunción

    Mar is excited about the marketing course that she will be starting next week.
  • Quema calorías limpiando
    Gerundio/Spanish present participleWritten accents in SpanishConjunción coordinante

    Oscar is a personal trainer who explains how doing housework can be a great fitness routine.
  • Quevedo
    El Futuro SimpleSuperlativoVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Oscar finds out who Quevedo was while travelling to dinner by metro.
  • Quiéreme entera
    El ImperativoPronombre de complemento indirectoórdenes y peticiones

    Alma recites a poem written by the Cuban poet Dulce María Loynaz.
  • Rafting en el rio Miño
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Andrea and her friends are going rafting in Galicia to celebrate Paula's hen (bachelorette) party.
  • Ratoncito Pérez
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Tamara's first tooth has fallen out and now she is waiting for El Ratoncito Pérez to come to collect her tooth in exchange for a wonderful surprise.
  • Razones para tener un hogar inteligente
    El Futuro SimpleVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Pablo explains why it's good to have a smart home.
  • Recibir el año nuevo
    El PresentePor or Para?Verbos yo-go (presente)

    Juan wants to try different Latinamerican traditions to welcome the New Year.
  • Rosas para mi abuela
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Pedro explains all the wonderful things that his grandmother will do with the roses that he will offer her tomorrow.
  • San Silvestre Vallecana
    El Futuro SimpleWritten accents in SpanishVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Sol and her family participate in a run every New Year's Eve called the San Silvestre Vallecana race.
  • San Solterín
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoEl Futuro Simple

    Jacinto is looking forward to celebrating "San Solterín".
  • Saúl Craviotto
    El Condicional SimpleModo subjuntivoVerbos regulares (condicional)

    Nati is a fan of this Spanish olympic champion.
  • Sigue tus sueños
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Alejandra advises her brother to follow his dreams in order to be happy in life.
  • Stendhal
    Pronombre reflexivoPronombrePronombre de complemento indirecto

    Ricardo tells us about the strange reaction he had upon contemplanting the beauty of the Alhambra.
  • Talasoterapia
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Ana plans to pampering herself at a thalassotherapy center.
  • Tarjetas de crédito
    Pronombre numeralEl Pretérito PerfectoVerbos yo-go (presente)

    Paco has too many credit cards, but his wife has a solution.
  • Teatro
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Tomorrow Gloria will be attending a special theatre course to improve both her professional skills and her self-awareness.
  • Teatro Real de Madrid
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Jerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Amancio is excited about spending a day at the opera.
  • Telenovelas
    Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Futuro Simple

    Veronica tells us about her passion for "telenovelas".
  • Tener un hijo, plantar un árbol y escribir un libro.
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Eva wants to acheive these three things to have a full life: "have a baby, plant a tree and write a book". She will give birth in one week and plant a tree next month.
  • Terremotos y volcanes
    AdjetivoEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Aurora has discovered the high probability of volcanic and seismic activity in Chile.
  • Tizana
    El Futuro SimpleEl Presente de SubjuntivoWritten accents in Spanish

    Maria Virginia describes how to make this popular venezuelan drink.
  • Toro: Románico y vinos
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Jerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Juanjo is looking forward to surprising his father with a trip around the Toro region to visit romanesque art and Ribera del Duero vineyards.
  • Trabajando en festivo
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Juanjo describes how there are many professions who have to work on New Year's Eve.
  • Traslado
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Jaime describes the services offered by his relocation business.
  • Traumatología Free
    NombreEl Futuro SimpleAdjetivo

    Tomorrow Pedro is performing an important operation.
  • Tren Al Andalus
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Ada is excited to board the luxury Al Andalus train with her girlfriend.
  • Trucos para ser positivo
    El Imperativoórdenes y peticionesVerbos pronominales

    Beatriz gives us some tips to stay positive.
  • Un día en el zoológico
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Palmira is excited about her upcoming visit to Cali zoo.
  • Un jardín topiario
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)El Presente de SubjuntivoVerbos regulares -er (presente)

    Dani is looking forward to visiting the Tulcán cementery topiary gardens.
  • Un restaurante inclusivo
    AdjetivoEl Pretérito IndefinidoGénero femenino

    Berto describes Latin America's most inclusive restaurant.
  • Una postal cada día
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Ester cannot wait to check her mailbox.
  • Vendimiadores por un fin de semana
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Azucena and her family will become harvesters for a weekend.
  • Verano en Guatemala
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Delia tells us how she will spend her summer vacation as a volunteer doctor in Guatemala.
  • Vergüenza
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Alfredo is panicking because he has to give a conference in front of a thousand people and he gets embarrassed when he has to talk in public.
  • Villa Verde, Chile
    Género femeninoNombreEl Presente de Subjuntivo

    Bernardo has been asked to choose an iconic building by Alejandro Aravena, which one will he select?
  • Vivir en pocos metros
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Carlos tells us about the advantages of living in a small apartment.
  • Volvamos al campo
    Pronombre de complemento directoPronombre de complemento indirectoVerbos regulares (condicional)

    Santiago talks about the importantance of promoting country life and repopulating villages.
  • Y tú, ¿por qué corres ?
    El Condicional SimpleWritten accents in SpanishConjunción coordinante

    Amelia is a professional runner. In an interview she is being asked: why do you run?
  • Yalitza Aparicio
    AdjetivoWritten accents in SpanishNombre

    Victor tells us about one of the most influential Latin American women of 2019.
  • ¡Desestrésate!
    Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Futuro Simple

    Psychologists recommend housework to get rid of stress.
  • ¡HOLA!
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Sandra cannot wait to know who this week's ¡HOLA! exclusive is about.
  • ¡Que calor!
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Carmela is suffering because of the hot weather and is thinking of ways to beat the heat.
  • ¿Cómo será mi compañero de piso nuevo?
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaModo subjuntivoEl Presente de Subjuntivo

    Rocio is wondering what her new flatmate [US: roommate] will be like.
  • ¿Hotel o Airbnb?
    El Condicional SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Marisa and her friends are thinking about going on a trip to Zaragoza and need to decide where to stay.
  • ¿Pasión o negocio?
    Pronombre relativoExpressing ability (poder, saber)Pronombre interrogativo y exclamativo

    Beatriz tells us about modern-day football.
  • ¿Playa o montaña?
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Olivia has find the perfect summer destination that means not choosing between the beach and going to the mountains.
  • ¿Por qué nos gusta disfrazarnos?
    Pronombre de complemento directoPronombre de complemento indirectoModo imperativo

    Héctor explains why people like to wear costumes.
  • ¿Qué me pongo para ir al gimnasio?
    El ImperativoModo imperativoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Marilia encourages us to wear glamourous gym outfits when working out.
  • ¿Quién es tu héroe favorito?
    Written accents in SpanishConjunción coordinantePronombre relativo

    Felipe talks about his favourite hero.
  • ¿Quién inventó las fuentes?
    RegularVerbo transitivoEl Condicional Simple

    Beltrán explains the history of fountains.
  • ¿Sabes como será la ciudad del futuro?
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    There are some ideas about what the city of the future will be like.
  • 23-F: Coup d'Etat in Spain Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl PresenteVerbe irrégulierAdverbioSingular

    This exercise is based on events that occurred on 23 February 1981, when Lieutenant-Colonel Tejero led 200 civil guards in a coup d'État against the recently-formed Spanish democracy.
  • Algo inesperado Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo irregularAdjetivoEl Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoNombre

    Have an unexpected encounter on the beach while practising El Imperfecto and El Indefinido and introduces El Pluscuamperfecto.
  • Almudena Grandes Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoAdjetivoVerbo irregularEl Pretérito ImperfectoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Find out more about her life and work of author Almudena Grandes with this B1 reading and listening exercise that can help you practise the pasiva refleja, El Pretérito indefinido and El Pretérito imperfecto.
  • Atletismo Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa perífrasis verbalGerundio/Spanish present participleParticipe passéInfinitivo

    How sporty are you? This reading and listening exercise about athletics can help you practise verbal periphrasis
  • Aulas virtuales Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo irregularEl Presente de SubjuntivoEl Futuro SimpleParticipioPronombre de complemento directo

    This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Futuro Simple, El Condicional Simple and some expressions followed by El Subjuntivo.
  • Campana sobre campana Free Bilingual reader
    Written accents in SpanishEl PresenteAdverbio interrogativoAdjetivoNombre

    The Christmas bells are ringing with this B1 reading and listening exercise that can help you practise the position of pronouns, diminutives and written accents.
  • Canción bonita Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaNombreEl Pretérito IndefinidoPronombre de complemento indirectoPlural

    Listen to this duet by Ricky Martín and Carlos Vives which is a celebration of Puerto Rico. This B1 exercise can help you practise si followed by present indicative + main clause and position of Spanish direct and indirect object pronouns with infinitive/gerund and affirmative commands.
  • Celebrando Acción de Gracias Free Bilingual reader
    Modo subjuntivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoAdjetivoPreposiciónExpresión idiomática con "estar"

    B1 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Cómo hacer un presupuesto para tu pequeña empresa Free Bilingual reader
    El Futuro SimpleJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Presente de SubjuntivoNombreVerbo irregular

    This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Futuro Simple and El Condicional Simple.
  • Confundida Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito PerfectoVerbe irrégulierPronombre indefinidoParticipioPronombre

    What advice would you give Sonia if you were her best friend Lidia? This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Pretérito Perfecto for events in the past with no mention of specific date and experiences in life.
  • Cotilleando Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteVerbo irregularEl Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -er (presente)Ser or Estar?

    This exercise can help you practise how to use gustar to say you find someone attractive.
  • De crucero por España 3 Free Bilingual reader
    Participe passéVerbe irrégulierPronombre de complemento indirectoLe Présent IndicatifVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Daniel meets someone and then something unexpected happens. Are they connected? This exercise can help you practise past participles as adjectives and the position of pronouns with conjugated verbs. (Part 3 of 5)
  • Día Internacional de las Montañas Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteSingularPluralNombreAdjetivo

    Find out why mountains are so important with this reading and listening exercise that can help you practise El Presente, El Imperativo and the position of pronouns after gerunds.
  • El Cid Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo irregularEl Pretérito IndefinidoAdjetivoWritten accents in SpanishEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Learn about this famous Medieval warrior with this reading and listening exercise which can help you practise relative pronouns, past tenses and past participles as adjectives.
  • El clásico Free Bilingual reader
    Le Présent IndicatifAdjetivoVerbe irrégulierNombrePlural

    This discussion of the traditional rivalry that exists between the Real Madrid and Barcelona football teams can help you practise comparatives and superlatives.
  • El Día de Muertos Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoNombreSingularGénero femenino

    The Mexican celebration of El Día de Muertos (the Day of the Dead) actually lasts more than one day as it is celebrated on el Día de Todos los Santos (All Saints' Day) and el Día de los Fieles Difuntos (All Souls' Day), 1 and 2 November respectively.
  • El frotar se va a acabar Free Bilingual reader
    El ImperativoPronombre de complemento directoórdenes y peticionesInfinitivoArtículo definido

    An old school Spanish advert for washing powder full of great grammar.
  • El Gordo de Navidad Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl PresentePluralVerbo irregularRegular

    This is about the Spanish Christmas tradition of playing the lottery known as El Gordo.
  • Granizado de sandía Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo irregularEl ImperativoPronombre de complemento directoPreposiciónPronombre

    Learn how to make a very refreshing drink and practise the position of pronouns in commands.
  • Guantanamera Free Bilingual reader
    PreposiciónAdjetivoEl PresenteNombreGénero

    Guantanamera is probably the most famous Cuban song in the world. Its name means "woman from Guantánamo". The version in this video was recorded by Playing for Change, an organisation created to inspire and connect the world through music.
  • Hasta el cuarenta de mayo no te quites el sayo Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoPreposiciónParticipioGénero femeninoPronombre impersonal

    Discover the meaning of this Spanish saying.
  • La Casa de Bernarda Alba Free Bilingual reader
    Verbe irrégulierEl PresenteEl Presente de SubjuntivoEl Pretérito IndefinidoSingular

    Federico Garcí­a Lorca is probably Spain's most famous modern poet and playwright. La Casa de Bernarda Alba is one of his most well-known plays.
  • La Feria de Abril Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo irregularPluralSingularEl Futuro SimpleGénero femenino

    This exercise is about the Spanish festival La Feria de Abril.
  • La Pedrera Free Bilingual reader
    El Futuro SimpleAdjetivoModo subjuntivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoPronombre relativo

    Join us on a very special trip to Barcelona to visit the incredible works of architect Antoní Gaudí. This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Futuro Simple.
  • La pradera de San Isidro Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoPronombre relativoPronombreJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPreposición

    B1 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Las Doce Uvas Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbo irregularGénero femeninoPreposición

    Are you familiar with the Spanish New Year's tradition of eating twelve grapes at midnight?
  • Las Fallas de Valencia Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoLe Présent IndicatifVerbe irrégulierAdjetivo invariableGénero femenino

    The Spanish festival Las Fallas de Valencia lasts for 5 days in March.
  • Las hogueras de San Juan Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl PresenteGéneroVerbo irregularSingular

    It's officially summertime! In Spain (and many other countries) because the solstice and the feast day of Saint John the Baptist are so close, the eve of Saint John's is celebrated as the start of summer.
  • Los Novios 1: Susana y Alfredo Free Bilingual reader
    Modo subjuntivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoAdjetivoEl PresenteVerbe irrégulier

    This reading and listening exercise can help you practise the subjunctive.
  • Mario Testino Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombreWritten accents in SpanishGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Learn about Mario Testino, the iconic and infamous Peruvian fashion and portrait photographer. This B1 exercise can help you practise past tenses, la pasiva refleja and past participles as adjectives.
  • Mi asistente Free Bilingual reader
    Written accents in SpanishConjunción subordinanteParticipioAdjetivo indefinidoPronombre de complemento directo

    Here’s a teacher who’s a big fan of Kwiziq! This exercise can help you practise the importance of written accents in Spanish and relative pronouns.
  • Mi gran noche Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo irregularEl Futuro SimpleWritten accents in SpanishPronombre indefinidoAdjetivo

    Listen to the song "Mi gran noche" made famous when it appeared in the 1968 film "Digan lo que digan" starring the Spanish singer and actor Raphael. This B1 exercise can help you practise "El Futuro Simple".
  • Noviembre sin ti Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaWritten accents in SpanishPreposiciónPronombre

    Listen to this love song by Mexican band Reik taken from their eponymous 2015 album. This exercise can help you practise the position of pronouns with conjugated verbs and past participles as adjectives.
  • Nuestra gran aventura de verano 2 Free Bilingual reader
    SingularEl PresenteAdjetivoNombrePlural

    B1 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Nuestra gran aventura de verano 3 Free Bilingual reader
    PreposiciónEl Pretérito IndefinidoPronombrePronombre de complemento directoVerbo irregular

    B1 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Nuestra gran aventura de verano 4 Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito ImperfectoRegularEl Pretérito IndefinidoPronombreAdjetivo

    B1 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Nuestra gran aventura de verano 5 Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl Pretérito IndefinidoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Pretérito ImperfectoRegular

    B1 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Organización territorial de España Free Bilingual reader
    Modo subjuntivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaWritten accents in SpanishAdjetivoInfinitivo

    Learn some geographical statistics about Spain as well as how it is divided and organised administratively. This B2 exercise can help you practise past tenses generally, idiomatic expressions and gerunds.
  • Otoño, octubre Free Bilingual reader
    Written accents in SpanishGerundio/Spanish present participleVerbo irregularPronombre de complemento directoEl Pretérito Indefinido

    This reading and listening exercise is based on a song by Spanish singer-songwriter Manuel Carrasco.
  • Paco de Lucía Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl Pretérito IndefinidoPreposiciónVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbo irregular

    Learn about Paco de Lucía, pioneering guitarist who founded the new fusion flamenco genre. This B1 exercise can help you practise gender of nouns ending in -ista, shorter forms of ordinal numbers and using demasiado, bastante, suficiente, poco, tanto and mucho to express quantity.
  • Películas clásicas de miedo para Halloween Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoGénero femeninoPronombre relativoPronombre de complemento directoModo subjuntivo

    How about these scary movies to help you practise the subjunctive, the imperative, the position of pronouns and Halloween vocabulary?
  • Premio Planeta Free Bilingual reader
    Modo subjuntivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoAdjetivoLe Futur SimpleFutur

    This reading and listening exercise is about the lucrative and well-respected book prize. It can help you practise El Futuro Simple, plus relative and subordinate clauses.
  • Queridos Reyes Magos Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoVerbo irregularEl PresenteSingularAdverbio

    This is about the Spanish tradition of the Three Kings - Los Reyes Magos.
  • Semana de la Moda Madrid Free Bilingual reader
    El Futuro SimpleVerbo irregularEl ImperativoPronombre de complemento directoAdjetivo

    The end of January sees the arrival of Madrid’s Fashion Week. This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Futuro Simple.
  • Sevillanas de Nochebuena Free Bilingual reader
    Pronombre de complemento directoPretéritoVerbs in SpanishRegularSer or Estar?

    Listen to this Sevillana-style song that incorporates the lyrics to a couple of more traditional Spanish Christmas carols.
  • Song "La vida es un carnaval" by Lucrecia Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoPronombreEl PresenteSingularOración negativa

    This reading and listening exercise is based on the lyrics of the Spanish song La vida es un carnaval sung by Lucrecia.
  • Sorolla el pintor de la luz y la costa valenciana Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoConjunción subordinanteConjunciónWritten accents in SpanishPronombre relativo

    Joaquín Sorolla is a Spanish painter from Valencia. This exercise can help you practise using the relative pronouns and the pasiva refleja.
  • Torrijas Free Bilingual reader
    El ImperativoEl Presente de Subjuntivoórdenes y peticionesEl Futuro SimpleJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Make these traditional Easter treats and practise El Subjuntivo and El Imperativo.
  • Una vida nueva 10 Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularInfinitivo

    Roberto asked Ángela a life-changing question. Will she say yes or no?
  • Una vida nueva 6 Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito ImperfectoRegularVerbo irregularEl Pretérito IndefinidoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    The last time we met Ángela and Roberto they were just getting together and it was 2019. Let's see what's happened to them since then! This B1 exercise can help you practise past tenses and El Futuro Simple.
  • Una vida nueva 7 Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregularWritten accents in SpanishRegular

    Part 7 of a series: Roberto is up to something, and now Ángela doesn't know if she can trust him anymore...
  • Una vida nueva 8 Free Bilingual reader
    AdverbioJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdverbio interrogativoWritten accents in SpanishPronombre de complemento directo

    Part 8 of a series. Roberto and Ángela decide to go skiing. It's very exciting as it's Ángela's first time! However, the excitement soon turns to something darker... This B1 exercise can help you practise the position of pronouns, El Futuro Simple and the difference between some accented/non-accented words.
  • Una vida nueva 9 Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoAdjetivoVerbo irregularJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Last time we were with Roberto and Ángela there was an avalanche! Find out what happens next...
  • ¿Harás caso a todo lo que se dice? Coca-Cola Light advert Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteSingularAdjetivoArtículo definidoPlural

    This advert for Coca-Cola Light can help you practise El Imperativo and El Futuro.
  • ¿Qué harías en Bilbao? Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbo irregularPluralNombre

    Learn about the delights of the Basque city of Bilbao while practising El Condicional.
  • ¿Sabías cuál es el origen del turrón? Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteAdjetivoGénero femeninoSingularVerbo irregular

    Discover the traditional Spanish Christmas nougat called turrón.
  • B2: Upper Intermediate Spanish listening exercises

  • La farándula
    Voz pasivaPronombre impersonalVerbo transitivo

    Leopoldo talks about the word for show business in Spanish.
  • A la rica fruta
    Verbos pronominalesJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdverbio

    Caridad explains why it's good to eat fruit.
  • Abanicos
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVoz pasivaParticipio

    Esteban explains the origin and use of one of Spain's iconic craft objects: the fan.
  • Altamira
    Modo subjuntivoPronombre relativoEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    Marta is very excited about her trip to Altamira where she plans to visit some very important prehistoric paintings.
  • Alumbrado de Navidad
    La perífrasis verbalGerundio/Spanish present participleJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Remedios tells us about the Christmas lights in Málaga.
  • Anuncios y recuerdos
    La oración subordinada condicionalOración condicional con siVerbos pronominales

    Bernardo talks about the impact commercials had on his childhood.
  • Barrio de Barrancos Lima
    Written accents in SpanishJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaParticipio

    Luis Enrique is amazed by a tour through the Barrancos neighbourhood.
  • Bocas del Toro
    Tiempo compuestoEl Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto de SubjuntivoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Diego reminisces about his holidays in Boca de Toro.
  • Cachapas
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirectoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Alberto has a craving for cachapas.
  • Canciones con buen rollito
    PronombrePronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directo

    Eduardo tells us about his good vibe playlist.
  • Casa de la Música de Trinidad
    Verbos pronominalesJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivo

    Monica tells us about one of the most emblematic and cheerful places in Cuba.
  • Ciberabogados
    Verbos regulares (condicional)El PresenteModo subjuntivo

    Zulema tells us about the profession of the future: cyber lawyer.
  • Científicas
    El PresenteModo subjuntivoEl Condicional Simple

    Estrella tells us about her favourite speaker at a conference she will attend given by the eight most influential women scientists in Spain.
  • Cinco generaciones
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Amalia discovered a photo featuring 5 generations of women on her mother's side of the family.
  • Colada y guaguas
    La oración subordinada condicionalOración subordinada temporalPronombre demostrativo

    Sergio describes the typical food prepared in Ecuador for All Saints Day.
  • Crepúsculo
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre relativo

    Clara can't wait to conteplate the twilight of the morning.
  • Criptomonedas
    Verbo modalEl Condicional SimpleGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Paulo is having second thoughts about investing in cryptocurrency.
  • Curiosidades del océano Atlántico
    Modo subjuntivoEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoSuperlativo

    Alba has read an article about the Atlantic ocean and wants to shares the interesting facts she's discovered.
  • Desalinizadoras
    Written accents in SpanishAdverbioSuperlativo

    Monica explains how Spain is a world leader in water desalination technology.
  • Día de las Velitas
    AdjetivoPronombre impersonalVerbo transitivo

    Malena describes the celebration known as the Day of the Candles.
  • Dominó
    Verbos pronominalesPronombre reflexivoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Serafín loves to play dominos.
  • El botijo
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVoz pasivaEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Jacobo explains how an earthenware pitcher works.
  • El día de la escarapela argentina
    ParticipioJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVoz pasiva

    Isabel tells us about the Argentinian escarapela.
  • El milagro
    Tiempo compuestoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos regulares (condicional)

    Raquel's husband is worried. She's gone skiing and there has been an avalanche.
  • El Peliqueiro
    RegularPluralGénero femenino

    Maruxa explains who the "Peliqueiro" is.
  • El río más ancho del mundo
    AdjetivoVoz pasivaParticipio

    Marilia tells us about the widest river in the world.
  • El tapicero
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirectoLa oración subordinada de finalidad

    Manel is planning on getting some new upholstery.
  • El traje de astronauta
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Mavy has discovered that the spacesuit was invented by a Spaniard.
  • Elsa y Fred
    El Presente de SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoConjunción

    Carmen is getting married again.
  • Emigración
    Modo subjuntivoTiempo compuestoParticipio

    Roman tells us why he is emigrating and where to.
  • En el probador
    ParticipioModo subjuntivoTiempo compuesto

    Regina tells us about her adventure at the fitting room.
  • Esparto
    Written accents in SpanishLa oración subordinada modalConjunción subordinante

    Julián tells us about the amazing esparto grass festival that takes place in a small village in Navarra.
  • Expatriados laborales: pros y contras
    Verbos regulares (condicional)El Condicional SimpleModo subjuntivo

    Federico explains the pros and cons of being an expat.
  • Expresiones con colores
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre relativoConjunción

    Laila explains some Spanish expressions that feature colours.
  • Feliz Navidad
    Modo subjuntivoModo indicativoOración subordinada temporal

    Memories of how we used to wish Christmas greetings came to Fran's mind.
  • Filantropía
    Verbos con cambio ortográfico o > ue (presente)El Condicional SimpleEl Presente

    Elsa talks about the role of philanthropy in society.
  • Finca la Estacada
    AdverbioJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaWritten accents in Spanish

    Agueda tells us about the wonderful wine experience that her friends organised for her at Finca la Estacada in Cuenca.
  • Flirteando
    Expressing desire (querer, gustar)Modo subjuntivoVerbo modal

    Almudena wants a date with indecisive Alberto, she thinks that making him jealous will make him ask her out.
  • Haciendo equipo
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos pronominalesPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Fidel can't wait to have a virtual coffeebreak with his workmates.
  • Herbario
    Written accents in SpanishJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaConjunción coordinante

    David is impressed by the guided tour at the Mexican National Herbarium.
  • Jimena quiere ser actriz
    El Presente de SubjuntivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Jimena tells her parents that she wants to be an actress.
  • Juana de América
    AdjetivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Eduardo recommends that his friend read Juana de America's poems.
  • Kraus y Carreras
    AdjetivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaModo subjuntivo

    Gabriel tells us about two of the greatest Spanish opera singers.
  • La adoración de los Reyes Magos
    Modo subjuntivoVerbos pronominalesOración subordinada temporal

    Mariela describes what happened when she the Adoration of the Magi by Velázquez first time with her father at the Prado Museum.
  • La astrología me vuelve loca
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdverbioTiempo compuesto

    Vanesa took an astrology course and now she is confused by the many horoscopos from diverse cultures that exist.
  • La espía española
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Clara tells us about the role that this female Spanish spy played during the Second World War.
  • La familia política
    RegularFuturoEl Futuro Perfecto

    Ricardo is nervous about meeting his family-in-law for first time.
  • La fiesta del chivo
    ParticipioModo subjuntivoVoz pasiva

    Julio tells us his thoughts about the novel he has just finished reading.
  • La hipoteca
    Modo subjuntivoEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoConjunción

    Marta is excited because her boyfriend wants to make a long-term commitment.
  • La mejor terapia para ser feliz
    Pronombre posesivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos con cambio ortográfico z>c verbs (presente subjuntivo)

    Vanessa tells us what she considers the best therapy to be happy.
  • La piedra y el perro
    Modo subjuntivoEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoOración subordinada temporal

    Luisa tells us a funny anecdote from her childhood.
  • La regla de oro para ahorrar
    Verbos pronominalesJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbo modal

    Paco shows us a system to save money.
  • Las momias de Chinchorro
    El Presente de SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Yaneli reflects on the oldest mummies in the world.
  • Las señales de tráfico
    ParticipioVoz pasivaJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Naiara is studying for her driving test and she has discovered some interesting facts about road signs.
  • Librerías
    PronombreJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    While buying a book for his granddaughter, Adrián discovers a book on children's emotional education.
  • Lluvia
    Pronombre de complemento directoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Sonsoles has thought of a wonderful name for her friend's baby.
  • Los superpoderes más raros del mundo
    InfinitivoGerundio/Spanish present participleJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Susana is impressed because someone collated the weirdest superpowers from the world of comics.
  • Los taínos y Colón
    El Imperfecto SubjuntivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Eva is enjoying her experience at Conquista Park.
  • Los zapatos de lujo son españoles
    Pronombre relativoWritten accents in SpanishExpressing ability (poder, saber)

    Abelardo tells us about the wonderful shoes that are manufactured in Elda by amazing craftsman using high quality spanish leather for international luxury brands.
  • Málaga
    Verbos pronominalesWritten accents in SpanishModo subjuntivo

    Ricardo is surprised by Malaga's contemporary culture.
  • Maruja Mallo
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaParticipioComparativo

    Rosendo is researching the life and work of Maruja Mallo at the Museo Reina Sofía.
  • Mente sana, cuerpo sano
    Expresión idiomática con "ser"Verbo irregularSer or Estar?

    Yara describes how her life has changed thanks to meditation and a positive attitude.
  • Método Montessori
    Voz pasivaParticipioPronombre relativo

    Federico tells us about the Montessori Method.
  • Micromecenazgo
    El Imperfecto SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoTiempo compuesto

    Rosaria tells us how she used crowdfunding to successfully launch her startup.
  • Miedo
    Pronombre relativoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Quique discovers a scary secret from his childhood.
  • Migraciones en España.
    El Condicional SimpleVerbos regulares (condicional)El Infinitivo Compuesto

    Lucia tells us about the phenomenon that is Spain's history of migration.
  • Mis Domingos
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Marcela loves Sundays because it's when she spends time looking after herself.
  • Monólogos de un doctor
    Modo subjuntivoAdjetivoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Fabian tells us how he became a comedian thanks to his patients' anecdotes when he was working as a hospital doctor.
  • Montserrat Caballé
    AdverbioEl Condicional PerfectoOración subordinada temporal

    Luisa tells us about her dream to become an opera singer like Montserrat Caballé.
  • Mujeres con estrella Free
    El Presente de SubjuntivoVerbo irregularModo subjuntivo

    A review of Spanish female chefs with Michelin stars.
  • Mujeres y universidades
    Oración subordinada temporalModo subjuntivoModo indicativo

    Octavio is surprised to learn when Spanish women were allowed to study at university.
  • Mujeres y videojuegos
    El Presente de SubjuntivoPronombre relativoPronombre

    Carla tells us about women and videogames.
  • Música y velocidad
    InfinitivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaComparativo

    Victor explains the effect that music has on his training.
  • Netflix Free
    El Condicional SimpleVerbos irregulares (condicional)El Presente de Subjuntivo

    Arturo explains why he likes Netflix.
  • Neuromante
    Written accents in SpanishAdverbioModo subjuntivo

    Alfonso talks about Neuromancer, the novel which introduced the concept of cyberspace.
  • Nochebuena en La Paz
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoModo subjuntivo

    Juanjo tells us about his plans to celebrate Christmas Eve in La Paz, Bolivia.
  • Pablo Casals
    El Imperfecto SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Paco is reading the memoirs of a famous cellist, composer and conductor.
  • Panda Antivirus
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaModo subjuntivoEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    Laila just discovered that Panda Antivirus is a Spanish brand.
  • Para gustos los colores
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivoExpresión idiomática con "ser"

    Marilia tells us that there are many versions of beauty besides its classic interpretation.
  • Pastores del siglo XXI
    ConjunciónAdverbioTiempo compuesto

    Rosa is changing her profession to became a shepherdess.
  • Percebes
    Written accents in SpanishConjunción coordinanteAdjetivo

    Horacio describes this exclusive Spanish Galician seafood.
  • Perla
    Voz pasivaPronombre de complemento indirectoEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Ambrosio tells us about an impressive restaurant in Puerto Rico.
  • Perros al colegio
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombreVerbo irregular

    Gonzalo recommend a school for dogs.
  • Pirineos
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)El Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    Elvira is impressed by the story of how the Pyrenees got their name
  • Por mí
    Gerundio/Spanish present participlePronombre de complemento indirectoVerbo irregular

    Julia asks a colleague to go to a meeting on her behalf.
  • Premonición
    Verbo modalTiempo compuestoOración subordinada temporal

    Paloma is worried that her nightmare about her grandmother's death is a premonition.
  • Preparándome para el otoño Free
    InfinitivoAdjetivoEl Condicional Simple

    Marta tells us about looking forward to autumn.
  • Que viene el coco
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Verónica tells us about a Hispanic folk creature called Coco.
  • Razones para crear un blog
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoEl Futuro SimplePronombre de complemento directo

    Antonio has some convincing reasons why we should write a blog.
  • Reciclar, un juego de niños
    Verbos pronominalesGerundio/Spanish present participleJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Amanda invites us to reflect on the importance of educating children about recycling by taking action.
  • Refugio surfero
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaParticipioModo subjuntivo

    Antonio tells why he moved to Somo to run his own surfers refuge.
  • Romero
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Paulo describes what his grandma taught him about rosemary.
  • Selfi vs autorretrato
    Pronombre relativoAdverbioEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    Marcos is trying to understand the difference between selfie and self portrait.
  • Senderismo en Aragón
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaExpresión idiomática con "ser"Ser or Estar?

    Arantxa talks about her wonderful summer adventure hiking in the Ordesa National Park.
  • SIMON
    Modo subjuntivoParticipioPronombre relativo

    Vicente is surpised by the history and effort behind a simple light switch.
  • Sin rumbo
    El Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto de SubjuntivoParticipioTiempo compuesto

    Antonio talks about his solitary road trips with no fixed destination through the mountains.
  • Solar Decathlon Latinoamérica y Caribe
    El Futuro SimpleModo subjuntivoConjunción

    Francisco tells us about Solar Decathlon Latinoamérica y Caribe.
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
    ParticipioEl Pretérito ImperfectoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Fausto discovers one of the greatest Mexican exponents of Golden Age Spanish literature through a Netflix series.
  • Tecnopatías
    Pronombre relativoFuturoEl Futuro Simple

    Flavia is shocked to learn that technology can impact mental health.
  • Telas
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirectoModo subjuntivo

    Nadia found the perfect atelier and fabrics to make her dress for the ball.
  • Tertulias en el Café Gijón
    Pronombre impersonalVerbo transitivoVoz pasiva

    Faustino tells us about the famous intellectual gatherings at the Café Gijón in Madrid.
  • Tocar madera
    El Presente de SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoAdverbio

    Vanesa needs to touch something made of wood to bring him luck following her job interview.
  • Torre Cube, México
    AdjetivoVoz pasivaVerbos regulares (condicional)

    Jaime tells us about an iconic building in Jalisco designed by a Spanish woman architect.
  • Trucos para escribir un libro
    ApócopeAdjetivoVerbos pronominales

    Marcelo gives us some tips to write a book.
  • Tweetbinder
    Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)Modo subjuntivo

    Magarita discovers the perfect tool for social media managers to get a brand trending.
  • Un baby shower solidario
    ParticipioJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Futuro Simple

    Dina wants to invest the budget for her baby shower in a fundraising event for the NGO Madrina Foundation.
  • Un castillo templario
    Modo subjuntivoPronombre relativoEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    Juan tells us about the one of the most popular Templar Castles in Spain.
  • Un hotel sorprendente
    Modo subjuntivoParticipioEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    Patricia has discovered an amazing hotel for her honeymoon.
  • Un lugar de acogida
    Gerundio/Spanish present participleEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoModo subjuntivo

    Sergio believes that schools must become welcoming places of belonging and community.
  • Un vuelo divertidísimo
    Modo subjuntivoEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoParticipio

    Irene tells us about her entertaining plane ride.
  • Vicente Ferrer
    El Condicional SimpleVerbo modalJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Cesar tells us about his hero: Vicente Ferrer.
  • Viviendas sociales de Sa Pobla
    Pronombre relativoAdjetivoModo indicativo

    Rodrigo is a fan of a social housing project in Mallorca.
  • Voy a pedírselo por San Valentín
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Paco is excited about his romantic plan for Valentine's day.
  • Wedding Planner
    El Imperfecto SubjuntivoVerbos regulares (condicional)El Condicional Simple

    Mar tells her husband about the latest rather surprising wedding she organised for a client.
  • ¡Qué sabia es mi abuela!
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos pronominalesAdverbio

    Oriol loves visiting his grandma because she teaches him so much about life.
  • ¿Cuándo es el Día del Padre?
    Gerundio/Spanish present participlePronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directo

    Nadia is confused about what day we celebrate Father's Day.
  • ¿Es el coaching una moda?
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVoz pasivaEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Paula has researched the history of coaching.
  • ¿Por qué todo es rojo en San Valentín?
    PronombreJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre relativo

    Fernanda discovers why everything is red on Valentine's day.
  • ¿Puedes aguantar 24 horas sin quejarte?
    El Imperfecto SubjuntivoEl Condicional SimpleModo subjuntivo

    Pedro has challenged himself to go 24 hours without complaining. Will he achieve it?
  • ¿Quién inventó la piña colada?
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    Margarita explains the origin of the pina colada.
  • Alaska y Dinarama - Mi novio es un zombi Free Bilingual reader
    PronombreEl Pretérito ImperfectoEl Futuro SimpleAdverbioPronombre de complemento directo

    The song "Mi novio es un zombi" was released in 1989 by new wave band Alaska y Dinarama. This B2 exercise can help you practise the Spanish Preterite, using hacer with the subjunctive/infinitive = to make [someone] do something and prepositions followed by infinitives.
  • Andalucía turismo con Antonio Banderas Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdverbio interrogativoWritten accents in SpanishGerundio/Spanish present participleEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Here Antonio Banderas shares a story about an important message he received when he was in hospital following his 2017 heart attack. This exercise can help you practise the general use of El Pretérito Imperfecto versus El Pretérito Indefinido and the position of adjectives.
  • Aplausos a los sanitarios Free Bilingual reader
    Verbe irrégulierVerbos pronominalesEl PresenteLe Passé ComposéParticipio

    B2 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Aprende a decorar mesas navideñas Free Bilingual reader
    Pronombre relativoModo subjuntivoGerundio/Spanish present participlePronombreInfinitivo

    It’s time to add a seasonal touch to really get in the festive sprit! This exercise can help you practise subordinate clauses in the subjunctive and the indicative plus relative clauses with prepositions.
  • Arabismos Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoParticipe passéModo subjuntivoEl Presente de Subjuntivo

    This B2 reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Pretérito Perfecto, and El Pretérito Indefinido.
  • Canción "Como yo" de Tonina Saputo Free Bilingual reader
    El ImperativoGerundio/Spanish present participlePronombre reflexivoPronombre de complemento directoórdenes y peticiones

    Listen to this poetic and rather melancholy song to practise cuando followed by the subjunctive and como vs cómo (with and without written accent).
  • Canción de primavera Free Bilingual reader
    El ImperativoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento directoAdjetivo posesivoVerbos pronominales

    This B2 exercise about Spanish poet and singer-songwriter, Joaquín Sabina, can help you practise El Imperfecto vs El indefinido.
  • Carlos Ruiz Zafón Free Bilingual reader
    PreposiciónEl Pretérito IndefinidoAdjetivoVerbe irrégulierPronombre

    On Friday 19th June 2020, the Spanish writer Carlos Ruiz Zafón, best known for the novel La Sombra del Viento, passed away. We pay homage with this bilingual reader.
  • Carlos Vives - Cumbiana Free Bilingual reader
    Pronombre de complemento directoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdverbio interrogativoWritten accents in SpanishOración condicional con si

    Listen to this song by Carlos Vives where he celebrates the cumbia musical genre as well as promoting the biodiversity of the swamps and rivers of Colombia. This exercise can help you practise El Futuro Simple, using ya, and the difference between decir and contar.
  • Chefs Estrella Damm 2021 Free Bilingual reader
    Gerundio/Spanish present participleJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Futuro SimpleWritten accents in SpanishLa perífrasis verbal

    Watch this video where Spanish chefs have collaborated with a well-known Spanish brand of beer to boost their sector, hard-hit by the pandemic in 2021. This exercise can help you practise El Futuro Simple and different uses of the gerund.
  • Confesiones de una enamorada Free Bilingual reader
    Oración subordinada temporalModo subjuntivoModo indicativoLa oración subordinada condicionalPreposición

    Practise subordinate clauses while listening to the confessions of a girl in love.
  • De crucero por España 1 Free Bilingual reader
    Verbe irrégulierPronombre relativoFuturoPreposiciónEl Futuro Simple

    Meet Daniel, he's just found out that he's been hired as a lifeguard on a cruise ship! This exercise can help you practise El Futuro Perfecto and El Infinitivo Compuesto. (Part 1 of 5)
  • De crucero por España 2 Free Bilingual reader
    El Presente de SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoAdjetivoEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoVerbo irregular

    It's Daniel's first day at work on the cruise ship and he's a bit nervous. This exercise can help you practise the position of adjectives and El Presente de Subjuntivo. (Part 2 of 5)
  • De crucero por España 4 Free Bilingual reader
    El Futuro SimpleAdjetivoVerbo irregularJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa oración impersonal

    The ship makes a stop in Valencia and the police call with some news! This exercise can help you practise past participles as adjectives, the position of pronouns with conjugated verbs and El Futuro Simple. (Part 4 of 5)
  • De crucero por España 5 Free Bilingual reader
    InfinitivoParticipioPronombre de complemento directoVerbo modalExpressing ability (poder, saber)

    Here's the final part of our summer series! Sofia is in police custody. How will this end? This xercise can help you practise past participles as adjectives, the position of pronouns with conjugated verbs and El Subjuntivo. (Part 5 of 5)
  • Desde mi balcón Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoVerbo irregularEl Futuro SimpleWritten accents in SpanishEl Imperativo

    instead of being a physical event, 2020's PhotoEspaña will be an online event. This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Subjuntivo.
  • Despacito Free Bilingual reader
    El PresenteVerbo irregularAdjetivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoVerbos con cambio ortográfico e > ie (presente)

    Despacito by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee was one of the hot hits of 2017 and the first Youtube video to get more than 4 billion views! Both artists are from Puerto Rico.
  • Día Internacional de la lengua materna Free Bilingual reader
    Pronombre relativoPronombreExpressing ability (poder, saber)Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdverbio interrogativo

    Practise relative pronouns while learning about International Mother Tongue Day.
  • Dia internacional del libro y la lengua española Free Bilingual reader
    Gerundio/Spanish present participleAdjetivoVoz pasivaJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Pretérito Indefinido

    3 April book lovers is International Book Day and also United Nations Spanish Language Day
  • Disfraz de Calavera Mexicana para Halloween Free Bilingual reader
    Modo subjuntivoParticipe passéEl Presente de SubjuntivoAdverbioWritten accents in Spanish

    This reading and listening exercise shows you how to recreate the make-up for the Mexican Day of the Dead skull, also known as Catrina. It can help you practise relative clauses with the Indicative and the Subjunctive.
  • El cuento de mi abuelo para el día de Reyes Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaWritten accents in SpanishConjunción subordinante

    This B1 online reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Pretérito Indefinido and El Pretérito Imperfecto.
  • El Parchís Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo irregularEl Presente de SubjuntivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaGerundio/Spanish present participleVerbo modal

    If you love traditional board games then you have probably played a version of known in the Spanish-speaking world as parchís. This B2 exercise can help you practise past participles as adjectives, relative clauses with the indicative and the subjunctive, using prepositions + relative pronouns, and cualquier(a).
  • El Peine del Viento Free Bilingual reader
    Written accents in SpanishParticipioPronombre relativoAdjetivoLe Passé Composé

    B2 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Feria de Cuenca, Ecuador Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivoGerundio/Spanish present participleLa perífrasis verbalGénero

    Read about the craft fairs that take place in Cuenca for its Independence Day celebrations, it's a city in Equador and a UNESCO World Heritage site. This B2 exercise can help you practise using the infinitive after prepositions and la pasiva refleja.
  • Galicia, un paraíso en el noroeste Free Bilingual reader
    Written accents in SpanishEl ImperativoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaOración condicional con siPronombre de complemento directo

    Discover Galicia with this exercise which can help you practise the pasiva refleja and also indicative and subjunctive clauses.
  • Guillermo, el trapecista de circo Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaWritten accents in SpanishEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoAdjetivo

    Enjoy a night out at the circus and meet Guillermo, a talented young trapeze artist! This B2 exercise can help you learn Spanish idiomatic expressions using the word boca, practise past tenses generally, pronominal verbs, and subordinate clauses with El Imperfecto de Subjuntivo.
  • Hamburguesas veganas de avena Free Bilingual reader
    El ImperativoPronombre de complemento directoórdenes y peticionesOración negativaVerbos pronominales

    Learn how to make these vegan burgers and practise El Futuro Simple.
  • Inspiración otoñal Free Bilingual reader
    Le Futur SimpleVerbo irregularModo subjuntivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Presente de Subjuntivo

    In the northern hemisphere the leaves are changing colour to accompany the changing season. This B2 exercise can help you practise El Futuro, El Condicional and El Subjuntivo.
  • La Familia Addams Free Bilingual reader
    Le Présent IndicatifVerbe irrégulierAdjetivoEl Pretérito PerfectoSer or Estar?

    There's a lot of spooky excitement in Madrid right now because of the new Addams Family musical! Practise your Spanish with this video filmed after the premiere.
  • La herencia árabe en España Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoVerbo irregularPluralSingularNombre

    This exercise is about the influence of Arabic culture on Spain and the Spanish language.
  • La vuelta al cole Free Bilingual reader
    Written accents in SpanishAdverbioModo subjuntivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoLa perífrasis verbal

    This exercise can help you practise clauses using El inidicativo and El subjuntivo.
  • La vuelta al cole con Kwiziq Free Bilingual reader
    Modo subjuntivoVerbo irregularParticipioPronombre relativoEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Let's catch up with Laura, the American studying to be a doctor whom we met for the first time in "Mejorando mi español con Kwiziq" (A2). This exercise can help you practise "cuando" with past tenses, "seguir/continuar" + gerund and pronominal verbs.
  • Los caballos de Sanlúcar de Barrameda Free Bilingual reader
    El Presente de SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoAdjetivoVoz pasivaParticipio

    B2 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Los Novios 2: Alfredo desconfía Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivoEl Pretérito IndefinidoPronombreEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    More from the "will they-won't they" couple Susana and Alfredo. Let's just say things are getting complicated.
  • Los Novios 3: malentendidos Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoPronombrePrépositionPronombre relativo

    Part 3 of the "will they-won't they" couple Susana and Alfredo. There seems to have been some kind of terrible misunderstanding.
  • Maradona - Song by Andrés Calamaro Free Bilingual reader
    Pronombre de complemento directoAdjetivoApócopeEl ImperativoModo imperativo

    This tribute to Maradona can help you practise. using cualquier/cualquiera, el Presente de Subjuntivo and using the infinitive after prepositions.
  • Mediterráneo - Los Rebeldes Free Bilingual reader
    Written accents in SpanishLe Présent IndicatifVerbe irrégulierPronombre relativoPronombre de complemento directo

    This song, Mediterráneo, appeared on the best-selling album of Spanish rockabilly band Los Rebeldes and was the 1988 hit song of the summer.
  • Mi príncipe azul Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaModo subjuntivoInfinitivoOración subordinada temporalModo indicativo

    This B2 exercise can help you practise idioms related to colours and also has instances of the letter d being omitted in colloquial Spanish.
  • Mi rutina durante el Ramadán Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoInfinitivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdverbioLa perífrasis verbal

    Have a look at what a typical day during Ramadan is like. This reading and listening exercise can help you practise using cualquier/a to express any, Para que followed by El Presente de Subjuntivo and the position of pronouns with conjugated verbs.
  • Miguel Delibes Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoPreposiciónVerbo irregularPronombre

    As well as being a famous author, Miguel Delibes was a journalist and newspaper editor. Discover more about his life with this bilingual article. This B2 exercise can help you practise El Pretérito indefinido and El Pretérito Imperfecto
  • Ojos que no ven, corazón que no siente Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaModo subjuntivoPronombre reflexivoPronombre de complemento directoEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    B2 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Otoño romántico Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre relativoPronombreWritten accents in SpanishOración subordinada temporal

    B2 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Quesos españoles Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo modalVoz pasivaPronombre de complemento directoParticipioAdjetivo

    Did you know that there are more than 100 varieties of cheese in Spain?
  • Refranes de Octubre Free Bilingual reader
    Written accents in SpanishEl ImperativoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdverbioAdverbio interrogativo

    Discover a few Spanish proverbs and sayings about autumn in this bilingual reader.
  • Regalos invisibles Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl Pretérito ImperfectoWritten accents in SpanishJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdverbio

    What is the true spirit of Christmas? This exercise can help you practise El Imperfecto vs El indefinido and the position of pronouns with conjugated verbs.
  • Resistiré Free Bilingual reader
    El Presente de SubjuntivoOración negativaConjunciónGerundio/Spanish present participleJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    During the 2020 pandemic lockdown people started playing this song by the Dúo Dinámico from their balconies so much that it has become an literal song of resistance
  • Rosalía cantante revelación Free Bilingual reader
    InfinitivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre relativoPronombrePronombre de complemento directo

    Learn about the young Spanish singer called Rosalía Vila Tobella whose modern take on flamenco music led her to fame.
  • Semana Santa Free Bilingual reader
    AdjetivoEl PresenteModo subjuntivoVerbo irregularAdjetivo invariable

    Like many Catholic countries, Easter is a very special celebration in Spain; it's not just a holiday weekend, it's called Semana Santa - Holy Week. This reader has a particular focus on the use of the passive voice.
  • Solicitando un trabajo Free Bilingual reader
    El ImperativoPronombre de complemento directoAdjetivoAdjetivo indefinidoApócope

    Read and listen to this text describing how to write a formal email for a job application.
  • Un crimen perfecto 1 Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoInfinitivoPronombre de complemento directoVerbo modal

    Meet Ramón who thinks he's just going to have breakfast and ends up witnessing a horrible crime!
  • Un crimen perfecto 2 Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoPronombre indefinidoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre relativo

    The police investigate and think there's more to this than meets the eye.
  • Un crimen perfecto 3 Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoPronombrePronombre interrogativo y exclamativoWritten accents in Spanish

    The police have new suspects!
  • Un crimen perfecto 4 Free Bilingual reader
    PronombreJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Condicional SimplePronombre relativoPronombre indefinido

    Get closer to finding out who the killer is while practising El Condicional Simple.
  • Un crimen perfecto 5 Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo irregularEl Pretérito IndefinidoParticipioJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Condicional Simple

    Here's the final installment where we finally find out who really killed Pablo and why.
  • Un hotel que sea céntrico Free Bilingual reader
    AdverbioWritten accents in SpanishJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirectoVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Set in Salamanca, this exercise can help you practise El Subjuntivo.
  • Un sueño de Navidad Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombreAdjetivoInfinitivoModo subjuntivo

    Ever had a weird dream that you nevertheless wished was real? This exercise can help you practise relative clauses, and El Imperfecto de Subjuntivo
  • Una sesión de belleza Free Bilingual reader
    Verbe irrégulierEl Futuro SimpleEl Presente de SubjuntivoParticipe passéAdjetivo

    This reading and listening exercise can help you practise how to say “to have something done” in a beauty and treatment context.
  • Una sorpresa inesperada Free Bilingual reader
    Modo subjuntivoParticipioPronombre de complemento directoInfinitivoOración subordinada temporal

    This reading and listening exercise can help you practise false friends.
  • Videomatón de Isabel Allende Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirectoReflexive verbsVerbos pronominalesPronombre relativo

    Isabel Allende is a Chilean writer, her best known novel is "La casa de los espíritus" (1982) which was turned into an English-language film in 1993 with a star-studded cast. This B2 exercise can help you practise different uses of se: pronominal verbs, dativo de interés, pronouns le / les become se when used with lo, la, los, las.
  • ¿Qué? ¿ruidosas nosotras? Free Bilingual reader
    Significados de "que"ConjunciónPronombre interrogativo y exclamativoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaórdenes y peticiones

    The landlady is not happy with her noisy tenants.
  • C1: Advanced Spanish listening exercises

  • Belenista
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirectoEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    Martín talks about his passion about Nativities.
  • Conciliación laboral y familiar
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Paloma explains how she became an activist to fight for a work-life balance that is fair for women.
  • Cuerpo, mente y espíritu
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos pronominalesExpresión idiomática con "ser"

    Sebastián tells us how to find harmony and be happy and healthy.
  • Diseñador, sastre, modista y costurera
    Verbos pronominalesJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaArtículo neutro

    Magdalena explains the difference between the many professionals involved in making clothes.
  • El algoritmo del amor
    Verbos pronominalesJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaInfinitivo

    Dafne doesn't believe that an algorithm can find your other half.
  • El gigante europeo del disfraz
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa perífrasis verbalPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Celia is surprised to learn that the European giant of costumes is in Huesca.
  • El sistema solar
    Expressing need and obligation (deber, tener que, haber que, necesitar [que])La perífrasis verbalVerbos pronominales

    Javier describes the solar system.
  • Epicureismo
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento indirectoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Pepi is discovering Epicureanism.
  • Estoy tiesa
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento directoArtículo neutro

    Paloma is struggling to make ends meet.
  • Extrañar y añorar
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre relativoPor or Para?

    Montse wants to be happy in the present and not suffer from nostalgia.
  • Gótico
    Written accents in SpanishParticipioVerbos pronominales

    Federico explains Gothic architecture.
  • Hornazo Free
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaModo subjuntivoEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    Mercedes tells us the origin of the Hornazo and Lunes de Aguas tradition in Salamanca.
  • Igualdad
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivoModo subjuntivo

    Martina talks about her thoughts on equality.
  • La fregona
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPor or Para?La perífrasis verbal

    Juan talks to us about his work day.
  • La movida madrileña
    Verbos pronominalesJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaConjunción

    Jacinto tries to describe this underground cultural phenomenon.
  • La verbena
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaInfinitivoVerbos pronominales

    Dalia is looking forward to celebrating Saint Cajetan with her friends.
  • Las fuentes de La Granja de San Ildefonso
    Verbos pronominalesPor or Para?La oración subordinada condicional

    Victor is planning to see the San Ildefonso fountains being turned on.
  • Los luchadores
    Verbos pronominalesJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaArtículo definido

    Joaquin is nervous thinking of a strategy to win the national wrestling championship.
  • Me han jaqueado la casa
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos pronominalesInterjección

    Belén is at home in her domotic house and now hackers are asking her for a ransom!
  • Olefitness
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPor or Para?El Condicional Simple

    Araceli is amazed to learn that you can do flamenco for fitness where you can burn up to 600 calories.
  • Peligro digital
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos pronominalesLa oración subordinada causal

    Maribel is on the verge of bankruptcy because she keeps shopping and spending money on her phone.
  • Reflexología podal
    Adjetivo indefinidoVerbos pronominalesApócope

    Serafín explains foot reflexology.
  • Salir de farra
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos pronominalesOración subordinada relativa

    Alfredo explains why he likes partying.
  • Toma lagarejo
    Artículo neutroJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre posesivo

    Joaquín experiences the initiation for grape pickers in his family's vineyard.
  • Un mercado en alza
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa perífrasis verbalAdjetivo

    Eduardo describes some interesting facts about the rise of the athleisure market.
  • Verano en la azotea
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos pronominalesIrregular

    Elsa has transformed her rooftop into an oasis to enjoy summer in the city.
  • ¡Esto está de lujo!
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos pronominalesIrregular

    Begoña feels as if she were in paradise today.
  • Alquilando un piso Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa perífrasis verbalVerbos pronominalesConjunción subordinanteLa oración subordinada modal

    This reading and listening exercise can help you practise pronominal verbs, verbal periphrasis and subordinate clauses.
  • Cartagena Free Bilingual reader
    Pronombre relativoPronombreLa oración subordinada causalInfinitivoWritten accents in Spanish

    Discover the beautiful city of Cartagena, in the province of Murcia, Spain. This reading and listening exercise can help you review relative pronouns.
  • Comiendo pipas Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaInfinitivoLa oración subordinada causalConjunciónLa perífrasis verbal

    Read and listen to this C1-level story with an unexpected protagonist who learns to love pipas.
  • Día de Pachamama Free Bilingual reader
    PronombreModo subjuntivoEl Futuro PerfectoEl Condicional SimpleParticipio

    Discover the indiginous Latin American celebration of Pachamama and practise using El Futuro Simple when narrating past actions.
  • El desorden que dejas Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre relativoPronombreLa oración subordinada modalEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    View the trailer of the Netflix series is El desorden que dejas, known in English as "The Mess You Leave Behind". This C1 exercise can help you practise idiomatic expressions.
  • El español en Filipinas Free Bilingual reader
    ParticipioEl Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto de SubjuntivoAdjetivoVerbos regulares -ir (presente)El Pretérito Perfecto del Subjuntivo

    This reading and listening exercise can help you practise the passive voice, El Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto de Subjuntivo and using cuyo, cuya, cuyos, cuyas.
  • El mensaje de Margarita Salas para las niñas que quieren ser científicas Free Bilingual reader
    Gerundio/Spanish present participleAdjetivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaModo subjuntivoLa oración subordinada causal

    Read and listen to this interview with Margarita Salas, a renowned Spanish scientist and advocate for women in science.
  • El Valle del Jerte y la Picota: una cereza única Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaWritten accents in SpanishAdjetivoGénero femeninoVerbe irrégulier

    There is an area in Spain that grows a very special kind of cherry. This C1 exercise can help you practise la pasiva refleja, the position of adjectives, and verbal structures and relative pronouns using the subjunctive or the indicative.
  • El veraneo Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaInfinitivoLa perífrasis verbalVerbos pronominalesArtículo neutro

    Have you ever wondered how the concept of summer holidays came about? This exercise can help you practise idiomatic expressions.
  • Ensalada de verano Free Bilingual reader
    Oración subordinada temporalJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaInfinitivoLa oración subordinada causalWritten accents in Spanish

    Enjoy a refreshing and unusual salad while practising using cuyo, cuya, cuyos, cuyas and relative clauses.
  • Felipe II Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularParticipioAdjetivo

    Practise El Presente Historico.
  • Flotadores muy originales Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPor or Para?Significados de "que"Conjunciónórdenes y peticiones

    Practise using El Pluscuamperfecto Subjuntivo in hypothetical clauses, idioms with ser, and relatives.
  • Janucá Free Bilingual reader
    El Presente de SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoEl Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo modalLa perífrasis verbal

    Hanukkah Sameach! This reading and listening exercise discusses the story behind the Jewish celebration of Hanukkah.
  • La Constitución española de 1978 Free Bilingual reader
    Pronombre relativoEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoPronombreVoz pasiva

    Learn about how the Spanish Constitution was established in 1978 following the transition to democracy after years of dictatorship. This C1 exercise can help you practise legal vocabulary, relative pronouns and passive forms.
  • La Erizada Free Bilingual reader
    Verbo modalPronombre relativoVerbos pronominalesFuturoVoz pasiva

    Sea urchins are an important part of the carnival celebrations of Cádiz and they play the starring role in the gastronomic feast known as La Erizada.
  • La guía definitiva para salir de cañas por España Free Bilingual reader
    PronombrePronombre relativoInfinitivoModo subjuntivoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Ever been confused about how to order a beer in Spain? This exercise can help you practise using the "se aspectual" and "lo" + possessive pronouns.
  • La Pepa Free Bilingual reader
    NombrePluralVerbo irregularAdjetivoSingular

    On 6 December Spain celebrates El Día de la Constitución. This reading and listening exercise discusses the Spanish constitution and explains why it is fondly referred to as La Pepa. You will also practise passive progressive tenses.
  • Las posadas Free Bilingual reader
    Participe passéAdjetivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVoz pasivaLa perífrasis verbal

    Learn about these traditional Christmas parties that are celebrated throughout Latin America from the 16th till the 24th of December. This C1 exercise can help you practise the pasiva refleja and El Imperfecto vs El indefinido.
  • Las rebajas de enero Free Bilingual reader
    Voz pasivaParticipioVerbos regulares -ir (presente)El Pretérito Perfecto del SubjuntivoOración subordinada temporal

    The January sales have started! This C1 reading and listening exercise can help you practise the passive voice in both simple and compound tenses.
  • Los antiguos viajes a la playa - Eva Hache Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos pronominalesEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoConjunciónEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    This reading and listening exercise is suitable for level C1 Spanish students because of the pace of speech and the number of idiomatic expressions.
  • Los otros héroes Free Bilingual reader
    Verbos pronominalesInfinitivoConjunción subordinanteAdjetivoPronombre tónico

    A look at the ordinary people making sure that there is food on the shelves, cleaning the streets and collenting the trash during the pandemic lockdown.
  • Los zumos - Eva Hache Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoWritten accents in SpanishEl ImperativoOración negativa

    This reading and listening exercise can help you practise idiomatic expressions with "ni" and "ya". It is suitable for level C1 Spanish students because of the pace of speech and the number of idiomatic expressions.
  • Más vale sola que mal acompañada Free Bilingual reader
    Written accents in SpanishModo subjuntivoOración subordinada temporalJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    When your love life is in tatters, who are you gonna call? Your best friend of course! This exercise can help you practise using "se aspectual", "if" clauses and adverbial clauses.
  • México lindo y querido Free Bilingual reader
    El Presente de SubjuntivoConjunciónModo subjuntivoVerbos con cambio ortográfico e>ie (presente subjuntivo)Verbos YO -GO (presente subjuntivo)

    Alejandro Fernández is a Mexican singer and a best-selling Latin music artist; study one of his songs and practise "que + El Presente de Subjuntivo" to express a wish/command.
  • Mujeres Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa perífrasis verbalPor or Para?Expressing need and obligation (deber, tener que, haber que, necesitar [que])Pronombre de complemento directo

    Every year on 8 March we celebrate International Women’s Day. This C1 reading and listening exercise can help you practise relative pronouns and idiomatic expressions.
  • Museo del Prado Free Bilingual reader
    El Pretérito ImperfectoAdjetivoVoz pasivaParticipioPronombre de complemento directo

    El Museo Nacional del Prado, located in Madrid, is Spain's most important museum with a magnificent collection of European art. This C1 exercise can help you practise using El Presente to narrate past events, the passive voice and past tenses generally.
  • Pajarillo Free Bilingual reader
    Written accents in SpanishAdverbio interrogativoModo subjuntivoEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoPronombre tónico

    The traditional Venezuelan song "Pajarillo" is a "joropo", a typically Venezuelan style of music and dance. This exercise can help you practise particularly poetic uses of El Imperfecto Subjuntivo.
  • Pase lo que pase, yo estoy a tu lado Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoVerbos pronominalesModo subjuntivo

    Sometimes when things go wrong pizza is the only answer! Practise using ir + y to introduce something unexpected and sudden, special uses of the conjunction "que" and El Presente to make requests.
  • Ropa de invierno Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaConjunción subordinanteParticipioConjunción coordinanteExpressing need and obligation (deber, tener que, haber que, necesitar [que])

    C1 Spanish interactive listening article
  • Rosalía, song by Juan Luis Guerra Free Bilingual reader
    El ImperativoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoExpressing desire (querer, gustar)Formal

    Juan Luis Guerra is a best-selling singer-songwriter from the Dominican Republic. This C1 exercise can help you practise using El Imperfecto vs El indefinido, subordinate clauses with para que, uses of mira/oye and the position of pronouns.
  • SEMINCI: Semana Internacional de Cine de Valladolid Free Bilingual reader
    Modo subjuntivoVerbos pronominalesLa perífrasis verbalOración subordinada temporalModo indicativo

    This week-long film festival held in Valladolid every year is considered by many as the most important festival for independent cinema.
  • Teotihuacán vive el equinoccio de primavera Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdverbio interrogativoWritten accents in SpanishPronombre relativoLa oración impersonal

    Not far from Mexico City is the important Aztec site of Teotihuacán.
  • Trabajos de voluntariado Free Bilingual reader
    Pronombre relativoPronombreArtículo neutroPor or Para?

    Practise relative pronouns while learning about volunteer work.
  • Un mal amigo Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Condicional PerfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoModo subjuntivo

    What would you do if you discovered your best friend was deceiving you? This C1 reading and listening exercise can help you practise idioms with the word mano.
  • Un viaje a la España despoblada Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombreEl Presente de SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoLa perífrasis verbal

    This C1 reading and listening exercise can help you practise the repetition of words to give emphasis and difference between "por mí" and "para mí."
  • Una fiesta en Algemesí Free Bilingual reader
    Verbos pronominalesWritten accents in SpanishAdjetivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdverbio

    Learn about the fabulous fiesta of La Mare de Déu de la Salut that takes place every year in Algemesí, in Valencia, Spain. This C1 exercise can help you practise pronominal verbs, the passive voice and position of adjectives for emphasis.
  • Yeísmo Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaGerundio/Spanish present participleAdjetivoLa perífrasis verbalVerbos pronominales

    Watch this video and read the transcript to understand more about the unique way Argentinos and Uruguayos pronounce the letters "y" and "ll".
  • ¡Está como una cabra! Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaInfinitivoOración negativaOración subordinada concesivaConjunción

    This C1 reading and listening exercise can help you practise idioms with animals.
  • ¡Somos la leche! Free Bilingual reader
    El Imperfecto SubjuntivoWritten accents in SpanishAdverbioVerbos pronominalesPronombre relativo

    What if your best friend was also your sibling? This C1 exercise can help you practise idioms related to food.
  • ¿Qué tipo de viajero eres? Free Bilingual reader
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa perífrasis verbalArtículo neutroVerbos pronominalesVoz pasiva

    This C1 exercise can help you practise pronominal verbs, relative pronouns and the general use of idiomatic expressions.

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