How to Say Goodbye in Spanish?

goodbye in Spanish

How to translate goodbye in Spanish?

goodbye – adiós


What are some Spanish farewells?

Farewells in Spanish list

Find out below how to pronounce the most popular ways to say goodbye in Spanish.
Fue un placer hablar contigo (It was a pleasure talking to you)


También (Too)


Un placer (A pleasure)

Encantado de conocerte (Nice to meet you)

Encantado de verte (Nice to see you)

Hasta pronto (See you soon)

Hasta mañana (See you tomorrow)

Hasta luego (See you later)

Adiós (Goodbye)


What are some formal and informal farewells in Spanish?

Informal farewells in Spanish

Bye-bye = Adiós
See u later = Hasta luego
See u tomorrow = Hasta mañana
See you soon = Hasta pronto
Talk to you later = Te hablo luego (goodbye)
Take it easy = Tómalo con calma (goodbye)

Formal farewells in Spanish

Goodbye = Adiós
Have a nice day = Que tengas un buen día (goodbye)
Have a good _____ = Que tengas una/un/unos/unas _____ (goodbye)
Takecare = Cuídate (goodbye)
It was nice to see you = Fue agradable verte (goodbye)
It was nice seeing you = Que bueno verte (goodbye)

Sentences with the word goodbye in Spanish

Duele mucho decir adiós.It hurts so much to say goodbye.
A veces es mejor decir adiós.Sometimes it is better to say goodbye.
No fue fácil decirte adiós.It was not easy to say goodbye to you.
Adiós, nos vemos mañana.Bye, see you tomorrow.
No quiero decirle adiós.I don’t want to say goodbye.
Tu adiós me rompió el corazón.Your goodbye broke my heart.
Se fue sin decir adiós.She left without saying goodbye.
Me dijo adiós con la mano.She waved goodbye to me.
Desde la ventana me dijo adiós.From the window he said goodbye to me.
Adiós, vida mía.Goodbye, my life.
Dijo adiós y se marchó apresurado.He said goodbye and hurried away.
Decir adiós también es amor propio.Saying goodbye is also self love.
Adiós amor, bonito día.Goodbye love, have a nice day.
¡Es hora de despedirnos, adiós!It’s time to say goodbye, goodbye!
¿Adiós lleva tilde?Goodbye has a tilde?
No sé si adiós se escribe con h.I don’t know if goodbye is written with h.
Tenía dos faltas de ortografía en la palabra adiós.I had two misspellings in the word goodbye.
¡Adiós, hasta luego!Bye, see you later!
Nos veos mañana, adiós.See you tomorrow, bye.
Tuve que decirle adiós por mi propio bien.I had to say goodbye for my own good.
El día que le di el adiós definitivo fue el último día que lo vi.The day I gave him the final goodbye was the last day I saw him.
Murió sin que le dijera adiós por última vez.He died without saying goodbye for the last time.
No me gusta decir adiós, odio las despedidas.I don’t like saying goodbye, I hate goodbyes.
¿Por qué decirte adiós cuando puede ser hasta luego?Why say goodbye when it can be see you later?
Dile adiós a tus padres de mi parte, debo irme ya.Say goodbye to your parents for me, I have to go now.
Llegó la hora de decir adiós.The time has come to say goodbye.
El adiós fue complicado para ambos.Goodbye was complicated for both.
Le dije adiós mientras le besaba la mejilla.I said goodbye as he kissed her cheek.
Me susurró adiós al oído y no miró atrás.He whispered goodbye in my ear and didn’t look back.
Mi hijo aprendió a decir adiós.My son learned to say goodbye.

Color Orange in Spanish

How to name the color orange in Spanish?

Color Orange in Spanish

 Let’s find out how to translate the color orange (de naranja) and other colors in Spanish.

¿Cuál es tu color favorito? (What is your favorite color?)

Mi color favorito es ………… (My favorite color is…….)

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Places in Spanish

How do you say the colors of the rainbow in Spanish?

Click here to see how to pronounce the colors in Spanish

negro (a) (black)

blanco (a) (white)

azul (blue)

rojo (a) (red)

marrón, café (brown)

verde (green)

gris (gray)

naranja (orange)

anaranjado (a) (orange)

rosado (a) (pink)

violeta (violet)

morado (a) (purple)

amarillo (a) (yellow)

celeste (light blue)

plateado (a) (silver color)

dorado (a) (golden color)



Note: Colors ending in “o” change according to the gender of the noun, just like other adjectives – El carro blanco (the white car), la casa blanca (the white house).


 What does color mean?

¿De qué color es la noche ? (What color is the night?)

La noche es negra. (The night is black.)


¿De qué color es la nieve? (What color is the snow?)

La nieve es blanca. (The snow is white.)



¿De qué color es el mar? (What color is the sea?)

El mar es azul. (The sea is blue.)


¿De qué color son los girasoles? (What color are the sunflowers?)

Los girasoles son amarillos. (The sunflowers are yellow.)




¿De qué color es el carro de Carlos? (What color is Carlo’s car?)

El carro de Carlos es rojo. (Carlos’ car is red.)


¿De qué color es el perro de Susana? (What color is Susana’s dog?)

El perro de Susana es marrón. Susana’s dog is brown.


¿De qué color es el vestido de Ana? (What color is Ana’s dress?)


El vestido de Ana es verde. (Ana’s dress is green.)


¿De qué color es el gato de Antonio? (What color is Antonio’s cat?)

El gato de Antonio es gris. (Antonio’s cat is gris.)




¿De qué color son las sandalias de Carmen? (What color are Carmen’s sandals?)

Las sandalias de Carmen son anaranjadas. (Carmen’s sandals are orange.)


¿De qué color son los pantalones de Pamela? (What color are Pamela’s pants?)

Los pantalones de Pamela son rosados. (Pamela’s pants are pink.)


¿De qué color son las sillas de Rosa? (What color are Rosa’s chairs?)

Las sillas de Rosa son violetas. (Rosas’s chairs are violets.)


¿De qué color son los ojos de Esteban? (What color are Esteban’s eyes?)

Los ojos de Esteban son celestes. (Esteban’s eyes are light blue.)



Spanish Idioms

Me gusta …. (I like …)

No me gusta …. (I don’t like…)

Odio… (I hate …)

Me encanta … (I love …)


Me gusta el color plateado. (I like the color silver.)

Me gusta el color dorado. (I like the color gold.)

No me gusta el color negro. (I don’t like black.)

No me gusta el color blanco. (I don’t like white.)

Odio el color gris. (I hate gray.)

Me encanta el color azul. (I love blue.)

Me encanta el color violeta. (I love violet.)

Spanish Alphabet Pronunciation | Speak Spanish

Spanish Alphabet Pronunciation | How is the Spanish alphabet pronounced?

In this section, you will learn the Spanish alphabet pronunciation, and start to pronounce correctly the Spanish words like a real Spanish speaker. The Spanish alphabet has 27 letters including the letter ñ. This pronunciation guide will help you to understand the Spanish language better. Find out how the letters sound in Spanish including the letters ch and ll, as well as double uve (w)

Start learning Spanish pronunciation can vary from country to country, as an English speaker the English alphabet can sound very different from the Spanish one but if you follow the guide below, you will be understood each separate letter. Some of the more common regional differences are noted as well, so you can understand the various dialects better when you hear them.

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Spanish Alphabet Pronunciation:

The Spanish “a” is pronounced like the “a” in the word “father.” Example : pantalones (pants) is pronounced : pahn-tah-loh-nays

The Spanish “b” (called “be grande” to distinguish it from “ve chica” or Spanish “v,” which is very similar) is similar to the English b, but generally softer. Example: bueno (good) is pronounced “bway-noh,” and ambos (both) is pronounced “ahm-bohs.”

The Spanish “c” has two separate sounds, hard and soft. When appearing in the combinations “ca”, “co” and “cu”, the hard Spanish “c” closely resembles the English “k” sound. When appearing in the combinations “ce” and “ci”, the “c” is softer, like an English “s.” Spaniards (in Northen Spain) pronounce this like the “th” in thin, while Latin Americans pronounce it like the “s”. Example : casa (house) is pronounced “cah-sah,” and cine (movie theater) is pronounced “see-nay.”

alphabet in Spanish translation


The Spanish “ch” is pronounced just like the English “ch.” Example: chico (boy) is pronounced “chee-koh.”

The Spanish “d” is pronounced as in English, except a bit softer between vowels. Example: dar (to give) is pronounced “dahr,” and dedo (finger) is pronounced “day-doh.” In some regions, the “d” is pronounced almost as a “th” sound, especially between vowels.


The Spanish “e” is most often pronounced like the “a” in the word “date,” Example: gente (people) is pronounced “hen-tay.”

The Spanish “f” is pronounced as in English. Example: foto (photo) is pronounced “foh-toh.”

The Spanish “g” has two separate sounds: a hard sound and an “h” sound. When followed by “a”, “o”, “u”, the hard Spanish “g” is like the English “g”. Example: gato (cat) is pronounced “gah-toh.” When “g” comes before “e” or “i”, it sounds like the “h” in the word “hell”. Example: gema (gem) is pronounced “hay-mah.”

The Spanish “h” is silent like the “h” in the English word “hour”. Example: hola (hello) is pronounced “oh-lah.”

The Spanish “i” is pronounced like the “ee” in the words “see,” except the sound is shorter. Example: piel (skin) is pronounced “pee-el.”

The Spanish “j” is pronounced like the “h” in the word “hot”, but more rasping (from deeper in the throat). Example: jueves (Thursday) is pronounced “hway-vays.”

Spanish Letters | Video Pronunciation:

The Spanish “k” is pronounced like an English “k”. Example: kilo (kilo) is pronounced “kee-loh.”

The Spanish “l” is similar to the English “l” in the word “like.” Example: luna (moon) is pronounced “loo-nah.”

The Spanish “ll” is pronounced like an English “y” and “j” put together. Example: silla (chair) is pronounced “see-jah,” except the “j” is softer than in English (this is a tough one). Many dialects pronounce it as a “y” sound. Example: “see-yah.” Still others pronounce it like the the “lli” in “million.” Example: “seel-yah.”

The Spanish “m” is pronounced as in English. Example: mapa (map) is pronounced “mah-pah.”

 Spanish Alphabet Letters

The Spanish “n” is prononced as in English. Example: nota (note) is pronounced “noh-tah.”

The Spanish “ñ” is pronounced like the “ny” in the word “canyon.” Example: niños (children) is pronounced “nee-nyos.”

The Spanish “o” is pronounced like the hard English “o”, except that the sound is shorter. Example: sol (sun) is pronounced just like the english word “sole.”

The Spanish “p” is pronounced as in English. Example: pollo (chicken) is pronounced “poh-joh.”

The Spanish “q” which always appears in combination with the letter “u” (qu) is pronounced like the English “k”. Example: queso (cheese) is pronounced “kay-soh.”

The Spanish “r” has two separate sounds, niether like the English “r” sound. When it’s the first letter of the word, it is trilled like an “rrr” sound. Otherwise, the “r” sounds a little like an English “d.” Try it as an “r” sound, but with the tongue tapping the roof of your mouth. Example: pera (pear) is pronounced “peh-rah,” but closer to a “d” sound than an “r” sound.

The Spanish “rr” is a vibrating and rolled trilling sound. The single “r” is also pronounced this way when it is the first letter of a word. The “rr” sounds like you are starting your motorcycle: rrrr…rrrrrr….rrr. Example: perro (dog) is pronounced “peh-rrroh.”


The Spanish “s” is pronounced as in English. Example: solo (alone) is pronounced “soh-low.”

The Spanish “t” sounds like an English “t.” Example: tiempo (time) is pronounced “tee-aim-poh.”

The Spanish “u” is pronounced like English “oo” in “boot” but the sound is shorter. Example: uno (one) is pronounced “ooh-noh.”

The “w” is pronounced like an Eglish “v” when it occurs between vowels, and like the English “w” when it starts a word. It is however, rarely used at all.

The Spanish “x” has three separate sounds. At the beginning of a word it souns like an spanish “s.” Example: xilofono (zylophone) is pronounced “see-loh-foh-noh.” Between vowels it is pronounced as in English. Example: examen (exam) is pronounced “ex-ah-main.” In certain proper nouns and words, it is pronounced like the English “h.” Example: Mexico is pronounced “may-hee-coh.”

The Spanish “y” sounds like the English “y” and “j” put together. Example: Yo (I) is pronounced “yoh,” but with more of a soft “j” sound than a “y” sound (“joh,” but not quite.) It is a little closer to the English “y” sound in some countries.

The Spanish “z” is pronounced like a soft English “s.” Example: zapato (shoe) is pronounced “sah-pah-toh.” In Spain, it is pronounced like the “th” in the English word “think.” Example: “thah-pah-toh.”



Spanish Diphthongs

ai and ay : Like the “i” in “ride.” Example: bailar (to dance) is pronounced “bi-lar.”

au : Like the “ou” in “about.” Example: auto is pronounced “ou-toh.”

ei and ey : Like the “ey” in “grey.” Example: buey (ox) is pronounced “bwey.”

eu : Pronounced in two parts, combining the English sounds “ay” and “oo.” Example: deudas (debts) is pronounced “day-oo-dahs.”

oi and oy : Like “oy” in “toy.” Example: oir (to listen) is pronounced “oy-eer.”


El Alfabeto (The Spanish Alphabet)

(Letter, name of letter, and pronunciation)

a – a (ah)

b -be (bay)

c– ce (say)

ch– che (chay)

d– de (day)

e– e (ay)

f– efe (ay-fay)

g– ge (hay)

h– hache (ah-chay)

i– i (ee)

j– jota (ho-tah)

k– ka/ca (kah)

l– ele (ay-lay)

ll– elle (ay-jay)

m– eme (ay-may)

n– ene (ay-nay)

ñ– eñe (ay-nyay)

o– o (oh)

p– pe (pay)

q– cu (coo)

r– ere (ay-ray)

rr– erre (ay-rrray)

s– ese (ay-say)

t– te (tay)

u– u (ooh)

v– ve (vay)

w– dobleve (doh-blay-vay)

x– equis (ay-keese)

y– ye (jhay)

z– zeta (say-tah)

Fast Food in Spanish | Basic Spanish Lessons

fast food in spanish

What is another word for fast food in Spanish?

The concept of fast food is an eating style where food is prepared and served to consume quickly. Generally, it is delicious on the palate but contains a high caloric level.

In this section, you will learn about the most popular types of fast food and their translation into Spanish.

The Fast Food in Spanish (La Comida Rápida)

fried chicken fast food in spanish

Pollo Frito (Fried Chicken)

pizza in spanish

Pizza (Pizza)

hot dog fast food in spanish

Perro Caliente (Hot Dog)

fried potatoes fast food in spanish

Papas Fritas (Fried Potatoes)

fast food in spanish fork utah

Hamburguesa (Hamburger)

food fasting in spanish

Emparedado, Bocadillo,

fast food in spanish fork

Alitas de Pollo (Chicken Wings)

Hobbies in Spanish | Spanish Vocabulary

What are hobbies to talk about in Spanish?


hobbies activities in spanish
We all have a favorite hobby to use in our free time, whether painting famous paintings like dogs playing poker (perros jugando al póquer) painted by Cassius Marcellus Coolidge or another hobby idea is cooking a plate of Italian pasta. In this section, you will learn how to translate hobbies into Spanish.
Here is the list of hobbies in Spanish
Aircraft SpottingPunteo de aviones





Amateur AstronomyAstronomía aficionada

Amateur RadioRadio Amateur

Animals/pets/dogsAnimales / mascotas / perros

ArcheryTiro al arco


Aquarium (Freshwater &
Acuario (agua dulce y agua salada)






Base Jumping-Salto base


Beach/Sun tanning-Playa / Sol bronceado

Beachcombing-Juegos de playa

Beadwork-Trabajo de perlas


Becoming A Child Advocate-Convertirse en un abogado infantil

Bell Ringing-Campana sonando

Belly Dancing-Danza del vientre

Bicycling-Montar en bicicleta

Bicycle Polo-Polo de la bicicleta

Bird watching-Observación de aves

Birding-Observación de aves




BoardGames-Juegos de mesa

Boating-Paseo en barco

Body Building-Construcción de Cuerpo

Bonsai Tree-Árbol bonsai




Brewing Beer-Elaboración de cerveza

Bridge Building-Construccion de puentes

Bringing Food To The Disabled-Llevar comida a los discapacitados

Building A House For Habitat For
Construyendo una casa para el
hábitat para la humanidad

Building Dollhouses-Construcción de casas de muñecas

Butterfly Watching-Observación de la mariposa

Button Collecting-Recogida de botones

Cake Decorating-Decoración de la torta



Candle Making-Fabricación de velas



Car Racing-Carrera de coches

Casino Gambling-Juegos de Casino

Cave Diving-Buceo en cuevas




Church/church activities-Actividades de iglesia / iglesia

Cigar Smoking-Fumando Cigarros

Cloud Watching-Observación de nubes

Coin Collecting-Coleccionar monedas


Collecting Antiques-Recolección de antigüedades

Collecting Artwork-Recopilación de ilustraciones

Collecting Hats-Colección de Sombreros

Collecting Music Albums-Recopilación de álbumes de música

Collecting RPM Records-Recolección de registros RPM

Collecting Sports Cards (Baseball,
Football, Basketball, Hockey)-
de tarjetas de deportes (béisbol, fútbol, baloncesto, hockey)

Collecting Swords-Recogida de espadas


Compose Music-Componer música

Computer activities-Actividades informáticas





Crafts (unspecified)-Artesanía (no especificada)



Cross-Stitch-Punto de cruz

Crossword Puzzles-Crucigramas



Diecast Collectibles-Coleccionables Diecast

Digital Photography-Fotografía digital





Dumpster Diving-Buceo de contenedores

Eating out-Comer fuera

Educational Courses-Cursos Educativos




Exercise (aerobics, weights)-Ejercicio (aeróbicos, pesas)


Fast cars-Coches rápidos



Fire Poi-Fire Poi



Floral Arrangements-Arreglos florales

Fly Tying-Mosca atada


Four Wheeling-Cuatro ruedas

Freshwater Aquariums-Acuarios de agua dulce

Frisbee Golf – Frolf-Frisbee Golf – Frolf



Garage Saleing-Venta de garaje



Ghost Hunting-Cacería de fantasmas



Going to movies-Ir al cine


Go Kart Racing-Go Kart Racing

Grip Strength-La fuerza de agarre



Gun Collecting-Colección de armas



Handwriting Analysis-Análisis de la escritura

Hang gliding-Ala Delta



Home Brewing-Preparación casera

Home Repair-Reparaciones en el hogar

Home Theater-Película en casa

Horse riding-Equitación

Hot air ballooning-Paseos en globo

Hula Hooping-Hula Hooping


Iceskating-Patinaje sobre hielo





Jet Engines-Motores de jet

Jewelry Making-Fabricación de joyas

Jigsaw Puzzles-Rompecabezas


Keep A Journal-Mantenga un diario

Jump Roping-Roping de salto


Kitchen Chemistry-Química de la cocina


Kite Boarding-Comet embarque

Knitting-Tejido de punto



Lawn Darts-Dardos de césped

Learn to Play Poker-Aprenda a Jugar al Poker

Learning A Foreign Language-Aprendiendo un lenguaje extranjero

Learning An Instrument-Aprendiendo un instrumento

Learning To Pilot A Plane-Aprenda a volar un avión

Leathercrafting-Artesanía de cuero



Listening to music-Escuchando música





Making Model Cars-Fabricación de modelos de automóviles


Martial Arts-Artes marciales

Matchstick Modeling-Modelado de Matchstick



Metal Detecting-Detección de metales

Model Railroading-Modelo de ferrocarril

Model Rockets-Cohetes modelo

Modeling Ships-Modelado de buques



Mountain Biking-Bicicleta de montaña

Mountain Climbing-Montañismo

Musical Instruments-Instrumentos musicales

Nail Art-Arte de uñas

Needlepoint-Punto del aguja

Owning An Antique Car-Poseer un coche viejo




Papermaking-Fabricación de papel

Papermache-Papel maché


Paragliding or Power Paragliding-Parapente Parapente


People Watching-Gente mirando




Pipe Smoking-Fumar pipa


Playing music-Tocando musica

Playing team sports-Jugando deportes de equipo

Pole Dancing-Baile de tubo







Racing Pigeons-Palomas de carreras




R/C Boats-R / C Barcos

R/C Cars-R / C Automóviles

R/C Helicopters-Helicópteros R / C

R/C Planes-Planes de R / C


Reading To The Elderly-Lectura para los ancianos


Renaissance Faire-Feria del Renacimiento

Renting movies-Alquiler de películas

Rescuing Abused Or Abandoned Animals-Rescatando Animales Abusados o Abandonados


Rock Balancing-Balanceo de rocas

Rock Collecting-Colección de rock


Rocking AIDS Babies-Bebés oscilantes del SIDA

Roleplaying-Juego de rol


Saltwater Aquariums-Acuarios de agua salada

Sand Castles-Castillos de arena

Scrapbooking-Álbum de recortes

Scuba Diving-Submarinismo

Self Defense-Autodefensa

Sewing-De coser

Shark Fishing-Pesca de tiburones

Skeet Shooting-Tiroteo



Singing In Choir-Cantando en coro



Sky Diving-Buceo en el cielo

Slack Lining-Forro flojo



Slot Car Racing-Carreras de coches con tragamonedas



Soap Making-Fabricación de jabón


Socializing with friends/neighbors-Socializar con amigos / vecinos

Speed Cubing (rubix cube)-Cubo de velocidad (cubo rubix)


Spending time with family/kids-Pasar tiempo con la familia / niños

Stamp Collecting-Filatelia

Storm Chasing-Cazatormentas

Storytelling-Narración de cuentos

String Figures-Figuras de cadenas


Surf Fishing-Pesca de surf





Tea Tasting-Té Degustación


Tesla Coils-Bobinas de Tesla


Texting-Mensajes de texto


Tombstone Rubbing-Roce de piedra sepulcral

Tool Collecting-Recogida de herramientas

Toy Collecting-Colección de juguetes

Train Collecting-Recogida de trenes

Train Spotting-Tren Spotting

Traveling-De viaje

Treasure Hunting-Caza del tesoro


Tutoring Children-Tutoría Niños

TV watching-Ver televisión

Ultimate Frisbee-Ultimate

Urban Exploration-Exploración urbana

Video Games-Videojuegos



Walking-Para caminar

Warhammer-Martillo de guerra

Watching sporting events-Ver eventos deportivos

Weather Watcher-Vigilante del tiempo

Weightlifting-Levantamiento de pesas


Wine Making-Vinos

Wingsuit Flying-Vuelo con traje de vuelo

Woodworking-Trabajo de la madera

Working In A Food Pantry-Trabajando en una despensa de alimentos

Working on cars-Trabajando en autos

World Record Breaking-Ruptura de records mundiales



Writing Music-Escribiendo música

Writing Songs-Escribiendo canciones






Hobbies Flashcards in Spanish

Free Time in Spanish | Spanish Vocabulary

How do you say my free time in Spanish?

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What do you call free time? 

Hobbies are essential for reducing stress, having a sense of purpose, and enjoying free time.

Finding alternatives to keep ourselves busy and active in our free time is of great importance, now that a large number of activities that we had within our reaches such as meetings and parties, going to the movies, going to museums, traveling, or simply going out to dinner have been excluded from the list of options, at least for the immediate future.

However, if your objective is to learn the Spanish language, you must be prepared to pronounce the activities in Spanish and know how to distinguish between them. In this way, it will be easy for you to use them in your Spanish-speaking conversations or for any type of activity. 

How do you say free in Spanish? 

Free in Spanish means: libre
Free time in Spanish means: tiempo libre
My free time in Spanish means: mi tiempo libre
Free time activities in Spanish means: actividades de tiempo libre

How do you ask about free time in Spanish? 

What do you do in your free time? – ¿Qué haces en tu tiempo libre?
What is your hobby? – ¿Cuál es tu afición?

List of activities in Spanish

Below is a list of free time activities in Spanish.


play instruments free time in spanish


Tocar instrumentos (Play instruments)


go out with friends free time in spanish


Salir con los amigos(Go out with friends)


spend time with the family free time in spanish


Pasar tiempo con la
 (Spend time with the family)


surf the internet free time in spanish


Navegar por internet (Surf the internet)


watch tv free time in spanish


Mirar la televisión (Watch TV)


read free time in spanish




play video games free time in spanish


Jugar video juegos (Play video games)


go shopping free time in spanish


Ir de compras (Go shopping)


go to the movies free time in spanish


Ir al cine (Go to the movies)


do sports in spanish


Hacer deportes(Do sports)


study in spanish free time in spanish

Estudiar (Study)


listen music in spanish

Escuchar música (Listen music)

Now that you know how to pronounce some activities in Spanish, what do you do in your free time?

Read more about the free time activities in Spanish:

Hobbies in Spanish | Videos
Hobbies in Spanish | Vocabulary
Students Routines | Audio Lesson
Worker Routines | Audio Lesson
Routines in Spanish | Quizlet #1
Routines in Spanish | Quizlet #2

Instruments in Spanish

What are some Instruments in Spanish?

Instruments in Spanish

It’s time to learn how to pronounce the instruments in Spanish. A musical instrument is an object composed of the combination of resonant systems and means for their vibration to produce sound and hence the music. Below you will find the pronunciation of the most popular musical instruments in Spanish.

List of musical instruments


xylophone music musical instruments in spanish



violin music musical instruments in spanish



tuba music musical instruments in spanish

Tuba (Tuba)


trumpet music musical instruments in spanish

Trompeta (Trumpet)


trombone music musical instruments in spanish



drum music musical instruments in spanish



saxophone music musical instruments in spanish

Saxofón (Saxophone)


piano music musical instruments in spanish

Piano (Piano)


guitar music musical instruments in spanish



flute music musical instruments in spanish



clarinet music musical instruments in spanish

Clarinete (Clarinet)



Bajo (Bass)









Acordeón (Accordion)


musical instruments

Maracas (Maracas)

Now let’s learn more about basic Spanish

Soccer Sports in Spanish. Learn Basic Spanish

What are the names of all the sports in Spanish?

sports in spanish

If you like sports, but you also want to learn the Spanish language, this is the perfect section for you to know how to pronounce the sports list in Spanish. To know about sports in Spanish, you don’t need to be an expert, be from the sports authority, or participate in a sports center enjoying atletas team roping. Once you like it a little, you will be able to understand better and memorize the Spanish translations.

Here is the list of sports in Spanish.





volleyball in spanish

Voleibol (Volleyball)


archery sports in spanish

Tiro al Arco (Archery)




tennis sports in spanish

Tenis (Tennis)


water polo sports in spanish

Polo Acuático (Water Polo)



swimming sports in spanish

Natación (Swimming)


wrestling sports in spanish

Lucha (Wrestling)




weightlifting sports in spanish

Levantamiento de Pesas (Weightlifting )


karate sports in spanish

Kárate (Karate)



jude sports in spanish

Judo (Jude)


golf sports in spanish

Golf (Golf)




gymnastics sports in spanish

Gimnasia (Gymnastics)


soccer sports in spanish

Fútbol (Soccer)



football sports in spanish

Fútbol Americano (Football)


cricket sports in spanish

Criquet (Cricket)




cycling sports in spanish

Ciclismo (Cycling)


boxing sports in spanish

Boxeo (Boxing)



baseball sports in spanish

Béisbol, Pelota (Baseball)


handball sports in spanish

Balonmano (Handball)




basketball sports in spanish

Baloncesto (Basketball)


athletics sports in spanish

Atletismo (Athletics)



climbing sports in spanish

Alpinismo (Climbing)

Family in Spanish. Learn Basic Spanish Online

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The Family in Spanish

The family is the fundamental nucleus of society, which can contribute to the person’s integral development.

Next, you will find the family members in Spanish

mom family in spanish

Mamá (Mom)

dad family in spanish

Papá (Dad)

daughter family in spanish

Hija (Daughter)

son family in spanish

Hijo (Son)

sister family in spanish

Hermana (Sister)

brother family in spanish

Hermano (Brother)

grandmother family in spanish

Abuela (Grandmother)

grandfather family in spanish

Abuelo (Grandfather)

granddaughter family in spanish

Nieta (Granddaughter)

grandson family in spanish

Nieto (Grandson)

great grandmother family in spanish

Bisabuela (Great-Grandmother)

great grandfather family in spanish

Bisabuelo (Great-Grandfather)

great granddaughter family in spanish

Bisnieta (Great Granddaughter)

great grandson family in spanish

Bisnieto (Great Grandson)

aunt family in spanish

Tía (Aunt)

uncle family in spanish

Tío (Uncle)

niece family in spanish

Sobrina (Niece)

nephew family in spanish

Sobrino (Nephew)

female cousin family in spanish

Prima (Female Cousin)

male cousin family in spanish

Primo (Male Cousin)

wife family in spanish

Esposa (Wife)

husband family in spanish

Esposo (Husband)

daughter in law family in spanish

Nuera (Daughter in Law)

son in law family in spanish

Yerno (Son in Law)

mother in law family in spanish

Suegra (Mother in Law)

father in law family in spanish

Suegro (Father in Law)

stepmother family in spanish

Madrastra (Stepmother)

stepfather family in spanish

Padrastro (Stepfather)

stepdaughter family in spanish

Hijastra (Stepdaughter)

stepson family in spanish

Hijastro (Stepson)

stepsister family in spanish

Hermanastra (Stepsister)

stepbrother family in spanish

Hermanastro (Stepbrother)

sister in law family in spanish

Cuñada (Sister in Law)

brother in law family in spanish

Cuñado (Brother in Law)

Basura in Spanish | Laundry room. Learn Spanish

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Basura in Spanish | The Laundry room in Spanish

To talk about the laundry room items such as basura in Spanish (garbage, trash) and get info about cleaning supplies, you should study this topic. Learn to pronounce: laundry bin = cubo de la ropa/cesto de la ropa, and other useful tools can always give you a better level of motivation in your daily routines.

List of cleaning supplies in Spanish.

basura in Spanish

Cesto de basura(Garbage, Trash | Bin)

cube in spanish


powder detergent in spanish

Detergente en Polvo (Powder Detergent)

liquid detergent in spanish

Detergente Líquido (Liquid Detergent)

sluggard in spanish


broom in spanish


washer dryer in spanish

Lavadora/Secadora (Washer/Dryer)

mop in spanish

Trapeador (Mop)

steam iron in spanish

Plancha de Vapor(Steam Iron)

bleach in spanish


ironing board in spanish

Tabla de Planchar (Ironing Board)

laundry bin

Cesto de la Ropa (Laundry Basket)

air freshener in spanish

Ambientador(Air Freshener)