Welcome ! This is a great opportunity to practice reading and writing in Spanish with your fellow Rocket Spanish learners. So browse some of the posts, take your Spanish reading skills for a spin and when you're ready, introduce yourself and get chatting! Don't be afraid to make mistakes - these are learners just like you and they're here to help.
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1 reply - Last post by John-S1611 - January 21, 2023
Why do I get 120 points for the Quiz most days, but some days I get 20 (like today)?
8 replies - Last post by Scott_C - January 11, 2023
In the beginning of this course, it was stated that the Spanish V is pronounced the same as B.However in lesson 1.10, the woman is clearly saying V and not B when saying the word Vosotros, Vosotras and Voy in the section entitled Addressing a group of fri...
6 replies - Last post by Scott_C - December 16, 2022
I just purchased level one of rocket spanish and “flipped” through it. I understood the spanish easy peasy, no problem, but bombed about half the flashcards translating english to spanish throughout. For those who would question the following offering b...
3 replies - Last post by Al22 - November 24, 2022
I am so confused when to use donde vs adonde. This sentence came up: You have to know how to explain where you went. Seems like it should end with donde fuiste, but it didn't, it was adonde fuiste. Por que?
1 reply - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - September 12, 2022
Hi Friends,Does recording work for anyone else? It seems to be broken on desktop and android for me. Here is a recording that immediately displays a “network” error, and I have internet for sure. I've tried daily for the last 4-5 days. https://www.loom.co...
3 replies - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - September 7, 2022
Hola Amigo's, I am trying to learn to trill my “r's”. I've viewed several clips on Yotube and some of the clips/teacherscontradict one another. Does anyone have any recommendations on how/where I can learn to trill my r's?Gracias, Senor Merlin
1 reply - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - August 2, 2022
In lesson 12.2 In ¨Hear It Say It the sentence ¨Quiero empezar una página web.¨, Mauricio says it the following way:¨Quierem pesar una pagina web¨ but the next sentence ¨Quiero empesar un sitio web¨ he pronounces each word without dropping vowels or tying...
2 replies - Last post by Spanish51 - July 27, 2022
Which would be the best way to say this, when saying it to someone in their mid-twenties? Or maybe it should be said in a different way than either of these two. I'm very new to Spanish so trying to figure out how to say things correctly. Thanks! Es un gu...
1 reply - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - July 25, 2022
Are there any fluent speakers we can practice what we're learning with?
2 replies - Last post by AshFang - July 4, 2022
2 replies - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - March 28, 2022
Hi ! On this thread I would like everyone to please write in Spanish - About anything ! And make sure to correct everyone 's mistakes !
90 replies - Last post by TXTundrahorses - November 17, 2021
1 reply - Last post by Steven-W15 - August 27, 2021
My son advises listening to T.V. shows, to help me with pronounciation (he says the more you listen, the more you get how things are pronounced.) It seems solid to me, but I really can't deal with the teen shows he watches. I've heard Latin American soaps...
2 replies - Last post by Necesito mi libro - June 7, 2021
Hola amigos. Where would you suggest practicing conversational Spanish in real time online? There are not many Spanish speakers in the community I live in in Western Canada and I'd love the opportunity to practice. Muchas Gracias
7 replies - Last post by Kathleen18 - May 24, 2021
I have just started lesson 8.2, which wants me to respond to Mauricio's cues with Amy's responses. The instructions says, "Don't worry it's is not cheating to peer at the written transcript." I don't see the written transcript. I want little hints as I ge...
1 reply - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - January 5, 2021
Hello, I have been extremely happy with my rocket Spanish subscription. And now I am thinking of giving myself an extra boost with online 1:1 tutoring with a Spanish language instructor. Can anyone recommend a few options? I greatly appreciate any sugges...
13 replies - Last post by LynnH17 - December 18, 2020
Hey everyone, I'm new to Rocket Language and the forum, so hopefully I'm not posting stuff that has been discussed a 1000 times over. But next to using DuoLingo and since a few days also Rocket I find Netflix also a really awesome way to learn more Spanis...
0 replies - Last post by KevinD53 - November 1, 2020
I often hear your native speakers placing the accent on what seems to me to be the wrong vowel. As an example in lesson 10.5 Hear it Say it # 38 "Compramos las manzanas, pero olvidamos las peras." My hearing indicates that she is placing the accent on t...
1 reply - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - October 14, 2020
Hola amigos. Anyone learning willing to have a conversation in Spanish? I just started learning and I'm ready to put what I've learned to a little use.
8 replies - Last post by TravisB13 - June 8, 2020
Is there closed captioning for the Spanish audio lessons?
6 replies - Last post by jason-oxenham-ceo - May 14, 2020
Hello there, Years ago, a Spaniard told me about a colloquial expression that translated literally (I think) as "Don´t make me nervous!" It is used as a response to someone being overbearing, pushy or mildly threatening. I don´t think it is "¡No me ponga...
5 replies - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - February 16, 2020
Hello everyone. I am in Merida, Mexico, and I often hear people saying "permiso" when passing others on a sidewalk. Occasionally though, people will say "permisa". I can't seem to find any reference to a feminine version. Can someone please clarify? ...
1 reply - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - February 16, 2020
Como mismo veinte preguntas. Describe un animal, un lugar o una cosa. Adivina la solución entonces escribe la próxima pregunta. Espero que va a ser muy divertirse. (corretions welcome!)
7 replies - Last post by Alice101 - January 8, 2020
how do I know from the sentence if 'manana' is morning or tomorrow
3 replies - Last post by Alice101 - December 10, 2019
Hola! Como Estas? Estoy Muy Bien!! I need help spelling "thank you" in spanish if you can please help me I'll be happy
6 replies - Last post by Alice101 - November 21, 2019
Where can I find the instructions for each step of each lesson?
3 replies - Last post by Alice101 - November 20, 2019
I can't get into my Rocket Spanish Lesson.
1 reply - Last post by marieg-rocket languages - November 19, 2019
Here is something that I would like to pass on to anyone interested. I have found that using an mp3 player and listening to Rocket Spanish while I am doing my daily walks is very helpful as I can repeat phrases and learn as I am walking. Yesterday I was ...
6 replies - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - September 17, 2019
The difficult thing about reading in a second language is finding books that are both interesting and yet don't require you to continually consult the dictionary because of the extended vocabulary. I lose interest really quickly otherwise. I highly reco...
18 replies - Last post by RebeccaA18 - September 17, 2019
Everything related to audio has gone to zero on all lessons. Any idea what is going on ? Frank
4 replies - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - August 27, 2019
How can I download Spanish audio to my mobile devices for use when I do not have internet service?\nRegards,\nBarbara Billups\n[redacted]
4 replies - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - March 19, 2019
Hola todo I recently have been trying to get into language exchanges since I feel as though I don't get enough speaking practice. The other day I did 3 exchanges with 3 different people. 2 from Colombia and 1 from El Salvador. Although I was ...
7 replies - Last post by Dan-H24 - March 19, 2019
I recently "dumped the dish" in favor of an OTA antenna, an Apple TV box, and a Netflix subscription. I see there is plenty of Spanish programming on Netflix, but I wonder if anyone has found any programs that are particularly suited for learning Spanish....
22 replies - Last post by ThereseM4 - March 8, 2019
Hola Rocket Team and fellow learners! Sooo........ I have had the program for three years now, and there has been a persistent issue for me. At first I thought it was me, being somewhat new to the language and having a gawdawful accent, but now I thin...
5 replies - Last post by KellyMJara - February 10, 2019
Can I reset to the starting point? I have been inactive for so long, I want to start over.
0 replies - Last post by Yvonne313 - December 28, 2018
I have been learning Spanish for about 3 months and about to complete Level 1. My vocabulary is good and I am confident in understanding written Spanish but I really struggle in understanding spoken Spanish..I am improving week by week but should I focu...
26 replies - Last post by the-hefay - September 2, 2018
Where i find my audio lesson download on my iPad
1 reply - Last post by Dan-H24 - September 1, 2018
Acabo de leer un artículo sobre la “locura” de los gimnasios en Perú (veintimundos). Según el autor, la gente iba al gimnasio hace un buen rato para apariencia física pero ahora buscan a conseguir un ascenso social. ¿Es parecido en tu esquina del mundo? ¿...
8 replies - Last post by yademas - June 29, 2018
Hola a todos :) As you might be able to tell, I'm a new kid on the block, but I have a question I'm pretty sure y'all can help me with, which is as follows; What are some of the key differences between the Spanish I'm learning on the RS course, and Span...
2 replies - Last post by yademas - May 2, 2018
Hola a todos, The link below is for tongue twisters in Spanish (los trabalenguas). They're fun and challenging. Saludos, Ricardo https://www.spanishdict.com/guide/tongue-twisters-in-spanish
0 replies - Last post by ricardo-rich - February 24, 2018
Esta mañana escuche a un video en You Tube. La tema fue, "por qué es dificil entender hablantes nativos de español?" La presentadora dijo que español es un lengua rápido, secundo solo a japones. ¿Estás de acuerdo de esta declaración, o no?
3 replies - Last post by Steven-W15 - October 26, 2017
I'd just like to know if the phrase "Tengo ganas de..." is used in Latin American Spanish. For example, "Tengo ganas de comer tacos". Meaning, "I feel like having tacos." ¡Muchas gracias!
5 replies - Last post by Phédre nó Delaunay de Montréve - May 25, 2017
I often find it's a bit too easy in the course to simply repeat phrases back that I've heard, collect the points and move on. Helpful no doubt but the phrases don't fall into the "now I can use them in a conversation" category. Here is what I've been doin...
1 reply - Last post by yademas - May 9, 2017
Probably everyone already does this but I wasn't and it does make a difference. When going through this section, I would always repeat the Spanish out loud but just mentally note the English translation. That was a mistake. Now I repeat both out loud unti...
6 replies - Last post by jolietil - March 24, 2017
I need to hear participacion slower for my slow tongue! How can I hear this word spoken slower? Thanks! John
2 replies - Last post by Phédre nó Delaunay de Montréve - March 23, 2017
¡Hola! Me llamo es Shyra. Tengo veintinueve años. Trabajo para comidas a domicilio. El trabajo me tengo es satisface mucho. Lo disfruto. También me gusta ver artes marciales mixtas. Mi luchador favorito es Alexander Gustafsson. ¡Yo nombré mi conejo despu...
5 replies - Last post by KelllaurBailar - February 28, 2017
I see you can record your version in Spanish, but does it grade you on how accurate your pronunciation is or you are supposed to grade yourself?
5 replies - Last post by garymf - February 13, 2017
a todos de mis amigos en Rocket Spanish. Saludos, Dan
6 replies - Last post by Phédre nó Delaunay de Montréve - January 8, 2017
In lesson 2.4 of Spanish both speakers switch constantly between tu and usted form, for instance Maurice says: mira(tu), siga(usted), entiendes(tu). Amy also switches all the time. That sounds highly unrealistic. Please explain.
7 replies - Last post by Steven-W15 - January 5, 2017