Monthly Archives: June 2017

Pedir v Preguntar

Both of these verbs in Spanish mean “to ask” but you would use each one in different situations. In this blog post we will explain when to use them.

Pedir:
To ask for something / to request something / to order a service or an item

e.g. Voy a pedir los postres ahora. I am going to order the desserts now.
e.g. Pedimos que vuelvan enseguida. We ask them to return straightaway.
e.g. Pido la carne bien hecha. I order the meat well done. Continue reading

8 fun ways to continue your language learning over the summer!

Despite the fact that summer is a busy time – it is also the ideal time to focus on learning a language – many people are off work, have more free time and the weather is better to get out and about doing different things. As most people learning a new language know, if you take a break from learning you really notice the difference when you come back to it and find that you have forgotten many things that you knew so well before. This is why it is really important to keep your learning going over the summer months. Here we will look at some fun ways you can keep learning over the summer: Continue reading