Join our sometimes pedantic, other times annoying, but always informative linguist in today’s Spanish lesson. He’s going to explain why and when to use the conjunctions “o” and “u” in Spanish. Read the transcript here:
Should you say parents and children (padres e hijos) or parents and children (padres y hijos)? Learn the proper use of the conjunction “Y” and when should it be replaced with the letter “e” in Spanish.
What are the latest changes in Spanish grammar and spelling? Learn about them with “El Lingüista” in this new series of didactic videos. In this lesson, he tackles one of the thorny rules that even many