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DOORWAY TO MEXICO | FREE SPANISH DIALOGUES Mexican Spanish Dialogues to help you learn Spanish, they’re effective, fun and entertaining! From Basic Spanish Dialogues up to Intermediate and AdvancedAll of our Spanish dialogues were carefully designed to help prepare you for the kinds of interactions you’re most likely to have with native Spanish speakers. And best of all, they’re all …

Kitchen Spanish Vocabulary – What’s in your kitchen?

Kitchen Spanish VocabularyDescribe what’s in your kitchenIs your Spanish up to the challenge? Walk into your kitchen and open the drawers and cabinets, can you describe everything you see in Spanish? Not only that, but do you know to say it in Mexican Spanish? There are more than 20 different countries that speak Spanish as their official language, meaning that …

8 Modern Telenovelas to Learn Spanish

TELENOVELAS TO LEARN SPANISHDid you know you can watch Telenovelas to learn Spanish? It’s true. Here at Doorway To Mexico, we’re all about learning Spanish and having fun at the same time. Our series of podcasts are designed to be as entertaining as possible so that learning comes easy! Similar to our podcasts, telenovelas can be a very enjoyable and …

No mames vs No Manches – How to use them correctly

Examining Two Mexican Slang Expressions No mames -versus- No manchesIf you spend a little time with someone from Mexico, there’s a good chance that at some point you’re going to bump into the expressions no mames or no manches. That is to say, they’re both extremely common and it’s important for students of Mexican Spanish to know how to use …

3 Important Spanish Suffixes – Ote, Ón, Azo

These Spanish suffixes generally help modify a word to indicate that it’s LARGER, more POWERFUL or of a higher QUALITY. However they have other uses. Depending on the context, they’re sometimes used more playfully, to add color or affection, or to emphasize the importance of an idea or statement. The 3 Spanish suffixes are:   Ote / OtaExample: Grande > GRANDOTE …

Understanding the popular Mexican slang phrase: A Todo Dar

Examining Two Mexican Slang Expressions A Todo Dar -versus- A Toda MadreTo understand the Spanish expression a todo dar, it’s important to also examine another common expression, a toda madre. I’m posting a screenshot of a short exchange I had with a work friend of mine from Mexico. He had asked me to do him a favor, and was texting …

Tocar Meaning | Tocar can mean many things!

TOCAR MEANING The Spanish verb tocar has multiple meanings. We generally use the verb tocar meaning ‘to touch,’ but it has a number of other meanings as well. Tocar is a very versatile verb with a variety of uses. Here are a some examples to illustrate some of the most common ways that tocar is used in Spanish. Tocar = …

Órale meaning | The multiple meanings of órale in Mexico

Órale Meaning in MexicoIn Mexico, the word órale can have a number of different meanings, it all depends on the context. In this lesson we’ll present a variety of examples using the word órale so that you’ll be able to use it correctly, and sound as natural as possible. Orale meaning. How to use the word órale correctly in Mexico …

¡El Día de la Independencia de México!

¡El día de ayer 15 de Septiembre y el día de hoy 16 de Septiembre se celebra el día de la Independencia de México! Aquí les presentamos un video de una compilación de la principal celebración que fue el día de ayer, en donde podrán ver algunos de los bailes folcróricos de los diferentes estados de México, así como el …

Jardín Botánico Regional de Cadereyta

Para todos aquellos de ustedes a quienes les gustan los jardines botánicos del semidesierto, en esta ocasión les presentamos “El Jardín Botánico de Cadereyta” ubicado en el estado de Querétaro, México. El cual, tiene como objetivo estudiar y preservar la flora mexicana.