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.
How would I say to a woman, "You are looking very beautiful today, as always" in Spanish.
7 replies - Last post by nohablo - January 13, 2009
I was just wondering since I am almost through the number 2 course is there going to be a number 3 Please say yes Kathy
6 replies - Last post by bkdamon - November 23, 2007
Can someone tell me how to say these two sentences in Spanish. Please open the door. Do you open the door. I am having trouble with the different way I should say open? Kathy
4 replies - Last post by kathy09 - June 5, 2007
Hi: I was wondering if others have experienced this. I am not sure why that is happening. In the past 24 hours I have covered lessson 5.1 though 5.5. The thing is, in the past rather than covering 4 lessons in one day, I might cover 1 lesson in 4 days...
5 replies - Last post by Antonio - May 9, 2007
I am 13 years old, know basic Spanish and am very enthusiastic about Spanish. Ispeak like they do in Spain although I am familiar with Latin American Spanish too.
0 replies - Last post by siempre_triste - May 7, 2007
some words like charquito , lucerito , coyote , Sopita , me gustas tu. and some phrases like Que voy a hacer , je ne sais pas Que voy a hacer Je ne sais plus Que voy a hacer Je suis perdu Que horas son, mi corazón gracius amigos [/quote]
4 replies - Last post by nohablo - January 8, 2007
sir , i think it was a good decision to buy rocket spanish . i am learning a lot but i want to practice what i have learned.. it will be great if i can make a call and converse with you guys .. or if you can suggest me anything from where i can kn...
1 reply - Last post by nohablo - January 5, 2007
When I listen to Mauricio's pronunciation and try to imitate it precisely, I am conscious of slight differences in vowels and consonants that I cannot imitate. Every syllable spoken by a native speaker differs from the same letters spoken in English. Th...
2 replies - Last post by nailteach - June 2, 2006
Was invited by a co-worker to go with him to San Salvador, El Salvador. He has family and friends there. Just got back to the states yesterday. Just wanted to share my experience with everyone. First of all and most importantly, as an American, English...
4 replies - Last post by tocayo - May 18, 2006
Why does one use the word "lo siento" rather than " estoy siento"? Why does one use the word ¿estás de vacaciones¿ rather than ¿estás en vacaciones¿
2 replies - Last post by taalibeen - May 11, 2006
Hola todos. I've been using this program for about two months now. I'm listening repeatedly to each lesson. I'm now up to 2.4 and finding that when Amy reviews previous lessons, I can't seem to remember. Anyone else have that problem? Is it just being ...
2 replies - Last post by msticker - April 22, 2006
Hola, que ámbito bonito .. hay tan posto aquí. ¿Que hace este botón? .. ai, ai ... mejor no tocarlo. Comencio yo ... soy americana y estudio español hace tres años. Hablo italiano y alemán. Me gusta mucho la idioma española. Es muy bonita, mas qu...
24 replies - Last post by femtobyte - March 6, 2006
Jugamos un juego ... yo escribiró dos palabras que para mí son dificiles aprender de memoria y por qué. Vosotros hacéis el mismo y no se puede repetir las palabras. OK .. *sin embargo*: it means 'never the less, all the same or however' but looks...
18 replies - Last post by Mark3 - February 20, 2006