Archive for August, 2017
English Spanish Vocabulary – Weddings Bodas Posted by Laura & Adam on Aug 31, 2017
English Spanish vocabulary lesson with Spanish audio to help practice pronunciation. This post looks at vocabulary related to Weddings Bodas.
El Alfabeto (The Spanish Alphabet) Posted by sasha on Aug 30, 2017
New to Spanish? You’ll want to start off by learning the alphabet. Follow this video to learn the 27 letters of the Spanish alphabet plus two common digraphs that used to be letters. Each one gives a Spanish word as an example as well. Spanish Alphabet Pronunciation Guide Follow this video and practice saying the…
Beginner Spanish Listening Practice – Lesson 22 Regular Present Tense (Part 1) Posted by Laura & Adam on Aug 23, 2017
In this Spanish lesson we will practice how to describe things that we usually do using regular Spanish verbs. As usual, first we will review some relevant grammar and vocabulary and then see if you can follow a short listening.
Lucha Libre in Mexico Posted by sasha on Aug 16, 2017
Lucha libre is a huge part of Mexican culture. The high-flying, masked luchadores attract thousands of fans to arenas across the country all throughout the year. The biggest fight nights can be seen at Arena Mexico in DF and Arena Coliseo in Guadalajara. Check out some highlights of the action in and out of the ring…
English Spanish Vocabulary – Hiking Senderismo Posted by Laura & Adam on Aug 14, 2017
English Spanish vocabulary lesson with Spanish audio to help practice pronunciation. This post looks at vocabulary related to Hiking Senderismo.
A Guide to Lucha Libre Posted by sasha on Aug 9, 2017
As is the case in much of the Spanish-speaking world, football is definitely the most popular sport in Mexico. When it comes to uniquely Mexican sports, though, you just can’t beat the high-flying action of lucha libre. On any given Friday night, all 17,000 seats at Arena México are full of people cheering on their…
Beginner Spanish Listening Practice – Lesson 21 Personality & feelings (Part 2) Posted by Laura & Adam on Aug 7, 2017
Review relevant Spanish grammar and vocabulary and then listen to a conversation in Spanish between two people. More practice using el verbo estar (the verb to be) to describe personality and feelings in Spanish.