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Would "Soy un analisto de negocio," be correct? I typed "analyst," into Google Translate and it returned "analista." It doesn't seem to like "analisto," when I go from Spanish to English, though.
8 replies - Last post by cynthia-s28 - December 18, 2013
Hola! Can someone tell me how to say rocket in spanish?
4 replies - Last post by cynthia-s28 - December 18, 2013
I can't add any new words to my vocabulary. Am I missing something? Is anyone else having this problem?
4 replies - Last post by Claire-P13 - November 25, 2013
S The Trailer
2 replies - Last post by steven-k3 - November 14, 2013
It seems impossible to add a word from a standard lesson ( in this case body parts vocabulary) to abc my vocab. Irritating. Any tricks to help me do this?
2 replies - Last post by Dan-H24 - November 14, 2013
I have just started learning Spanish and have been told that 'mi nombre' and 'me llamo' both mean 'my name is....' Can you explain why one is used versus the other in a conversation? Is one more common to Spain and the other more common to Latin America...
3 replies - Last post by Dan-H24 - November 2, 2013
In Rocket Spanish Premium Plus> My Toolbox> Advanced learning techniques>How to learn tons of Spanish words. The article talks about the vocab. lists in lesson 9. I cannot find that. Tell me where it's located please. Also, where is lesson 10...
2 replies - Last post by victoria-rocket-spanish-tutor - October 24, 2013
In lesson 1.3 we are given this question Quiero algo para tomar. = I want something to drink. But my spanish teacher insists that I should use beber for "to drink" and that tomar means "to take". Is this a regional idiom then?
2 replies - Last post by ricardo-rich - October 17, 2013
2 replies - Last post by Patrice-B - September 28, 2013
hola todos! how do you say 'hermosa'? is it 'airmosa' or airrrrmosa'? like do you roll the 'r' a lil or not at all? hasta luego, shan
1 reply - Last post by oscar-lake - September 3, 2013
I didn't know where to leave a comment for Rocket so I'll just put this in the vocab catagory. I downloaded the kindle app from amazon, and in the spanish interactive courses there was no spanish transcript. I hope you can fix this because I was hoping to...
0 replies - Last post by De-Oppresso-Liber - August 27, 2013
Hi - I was taught that the letter "v" is pronounced like a soft "b", but the pronunciation in the lessons sound like a regular English "v". Any help is appreciated!
2 replies - Last post by ricardo-rich - August 22, 2013
It seems both desde and desde que can mean since. When do I need to use desde and when is desde que required?
4 replies - Last post by oscar-lake - August 1, 2013
what is the spanish word for nurse?
2 replies - Last post by Patrice-B - June 25, 2013
I've noticed that Mauricio pronounces the double L (e.g., ella) with a "ya" sound. However, in lesson 1.9, pronunciation of the double L differs. For example, when saying "llorando" it has a "shja" sound; while "cuchillo" maintains the "ya" sound. My d...
3 replies - Last post by jlo1984 - June 15, 2013
I hear one as a- you- tha and the other a-zhu-tha Are both acceptable?
3 replies - Last post by jchamb - June 10, 2013
I'm a new student and have a question that may be pretty basic. In the sentence "No como carne.", como is the yo form of the verb comer (to eat) and the sentence means "I don't eat meat." And in the sentence "Como estas?" como means "how" and the sentence...
3 replies - Last post by jchamb - June 9, 2013
¡Hola! Me llamo Dan. Soy de los Estados Unidos. Estoy solo aprendiendo Espanol. I am still in the first section so forgive my quick switch to English. I am still sorting out common phrases/questions and one has me confused: Que means "what," as in que ...
1 reply - Last post by jchamb - June 9, 2013
I need help. My laptop without a number keyboard is challenging me when I want to type in Spanish with the correct characters such as ñ,¿,á, etc. In this forum I am able to access these. I am struggling with Windows 8. I appreciate anyone's advice.
8 replies - Last post by jchamb - May 10, 2013
is there any rule for using anoche or la noche anterior? Also hace un año as opposed to año pasado
3 replies - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - May 9, 2013
how do I say "graphic designer"
3 replies - Last post by jchamb - April 26, 2013
How do I pronounce Seguir? I'm not quite clear on the 'g' part. Muchas gracias :D كالفن
8 replies - Last post by De-Oppresso-Liber - April 19, 2013
How do I go back to the begining and start over with lesson 1.1 ?
2 replies - Last post by tosh72 - April 18, 2013
how do i say pie in spanish?
5 replies - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - April 8, 2013
In the jetset course it says that enchiladas verdes is a corn tortilla with meat . Wouldn't it be enchiladas carnes?
5 replies - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - April 8, 2013
Hola mis amigos! I'm starting this topic because there's a similar one in the Japanese forums, that everyone seems to like. So, just introduce yourself in Spanish, and lets try and help each other practice! I'll start: Buenos días. Me llamo Pascal. Soy...
25 replies - Last post by Patrice-B - April 5, 2013
im comfused... what does derecha mean? right or straight? or can it mean both?
7 replies - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - March 21, 2013
In the Travel Section Lesson 2.4: Why is it that La Calle Esperanza, Calle is pronounced "ca-Jay" while "en la calle San Martin," calle is prounounced "Kai-yay" ? Is it because in calle San Martin, the word calle is not capitalized? And if that's the c...
5 replies - Last post by tammy-022712 - March 14, 2013
I have been listening to the "Body" download, found in the Bonus Audio. While this material is considered bonus, I wish RocketSpanish would include these same vocab words in print somewhere (either as a game supplemental selection or as part of a do...
7 replies - Last post by Faisal-H2 - February 20, 2013
1 reply - Last post by Shan-L1 - February 9, 2013
I am a little confused regarding the pronunciation of b and v. At the beginning of the word B sounds like the english B? and in the middle of a word it sounds like an english v? Si o no?
1 reply - Last post by ricardo-rich - January 30, 2013
Hi! Neither MegaCards Flash Card Game, either Beginners or Advanced, are working properly for me. The first two cards come up properly, but after that the image on the card and the timer both freeze up. Is anyone else having this problem, and if so, we...
1 reply - Last post by (deleted) - December 31, 2012
How can rapido and expres possibly mean slow trains?
3 replies - Last post by oscar-lake - January 22, 2013
Hola Chicos. I need help. I don't get the pronounciation for words with "j" and "y". Words with "j" have a hard "h" sound; however, after listening to the recording and other sources, it sounds like a hard "y" or "j". I think. I'm not sure. I'm having a ...
5 replies - Last post by Randy-S - January 8, 2013
¡Hola mi amigos! Aquí está mi pregunta para el día. lol!! .... ¿Cuáles son las reglas para el uso de "Tiene"? Por ejemplo: ¿Tiene sentido? significa "does it make sense?" y ¿Tiene(s) hijos? significa "do you have kids?" No entiendo por qué la mis...
17 replies - Last post by Tobill63 - January 2, 2013
Hola chicos!! I found an app in the iTunes store that will help you with vocabulary. It's called "Mindsnacks ". You can learn vocabulary while playing a game. This app is available for free. You get access to 2 games and 3 vocabulary lists. If you want m...
2 replies - Last post by Claudia7 - December 30, 2012
Help! This is bugging me... Lesson 1.3 I want something to drink .... Quiero algo para tomar. but the dictionary says beba to drink and tomar to take. And the Rocket Spanish vocabulary #8 says beber to drink. Aiyeee! Thanks for your enlightenment! j...
13 replies - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - December 22, 2012
¡Hola a todos! I have noticed that the words "claro" y "listo" are used in many different ways, depending on the situation. Is it fair to say that, in addition to meaning "clear" and "ready", that either one can be used like the English slangs, "got it"...
3 replies - Last post by De-Oppresso-Liber - December 19, 2012
what is the spanish word for railway (as in railway station) and how do I pronounce it?
5 replies - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - December 13, 2012
can you hand me the menu
5 replies - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - December 12, 2012
What is the term for spanish/english words that are similar? Please give both the spanish and the english for this term, por favor. Gracias.
2 replies - Last post by Leslie-A - September 24, 2012
Would it be; te presento me amiga Carol or te presenta mi amiga Carol?
1 reply - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - September 1, 2012
In the lesson the phrase "voy a esribirlo en la manana" is used Why not "voy a escribir" ? Where did the "lo" come from? escribir - escribiro, escribires, escribire, escribimos, escribis, escribiren, correct? Gracias por tu ayudar
1 reply - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - August 18, 2012
How do you know whether "hermanos" means brothers or siblings?
2 replies - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - July 21, 2012
What is the difference between chica and muchacha, or is there no difference?
3 replies - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - July 13, 2012
It the spanish language much the same in Mexico as in Ecuador?
1 reply - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - May 22, 2012
YOU SHOULD START WITH THE BASICS AS A CHILS WOULD LEARNING WORDS FOR EVERYTHING YOU SEE IN YOUR HOUSE . NEXT MOVE TO BODY PARTS AND CLOTHING . FROM THERE LEARN COLORS AND NUMBERS AND SHAPES , AND THEN LEARN WORDS FOR EVERYTHING YOU SEE OUT SIDE OF YOUR HO...
2 replies - Last post by Barbara-G2 - May 17, 2012
Why is it in lesson 1.3 I am told that "Tomar" is "To drink" and yet other courses and translators tell me that Beber is "To drink? My Spanish translator app tells me that "Tomar" is "Take" in English!
47 replies - Last post by Cristian-Montes-de-Oca - May 9, 2012
I've been to Spanish speaking countries a few times and I'm not quite sure of the difference between the two ways of someone responding to a thank you. Generally when I would say gracias to someone they would respond with the expected de nada, occasional...
6 replies - Last post by lor295-- - April 30, 2012
Can anyone help? It's in 6.5. Also, e.g. "Jorge me cae mal."
5 replies - Last post by Martin-21 - March 25, 2012