Archive for November, 2019
Día de Muertos en Fotos Posted by sasha on Nov 27, 2019
Earlier this month, I finally got to experience Día de Muertos in Mexico. If you missed my first post with a highlight video, be sure to check it out here. Today I’d like to show you Día de Muertos en fotos (Day of the Dead in photos). They say una imagen dice más que mil…
Advanced Spanish Listening Practice – The Spanish pronoun Se Posted by Laura & Adam on Nov 25, 2019
Review relevant Spanish grammar and vocabulary and then listen to a conversation in Spanish between two people. Practice using the Spanish pronoun Se.
Most Read Newspapers in Spanish (Part I) Posted by Anais on Nov 25, 2019
From its beginning, the press has represented a driving force for countries all around the world, no matter in which way they inform or entertain their public. Be it in print or online, newspapers have the power to raise awareness concerning issues that affect several or all social groups. To do so, journalists and publishers…
Literature in Spanish: Why It is a Must for All Readers Posted by Anais on Nov 18, 2019
It would be easy to suggest to any person with a knack for literature to read any novel coming from the Spanish-speaking world, considering just how many authors in that language have been awarded internationally—11 out of the 116 current Nobel laureates in that category, for instance. However, there are many other reasons why literature…
Advanced Spanish Listening Practice – Popular colloquial Spanish expressions Posted by Laura & Adam on Nov 18, 2019
Review relevant Spanish grammar and vocabulary and then listen to a conversation in Spanish between two people. Practice using some popular colloquial Spanish expressions.
Celebrating the Mexican Revolution Posted by Karoly Molina on Nov 14, 2019
On November 20, Mexico will celebrate 109 years since the revolution from the dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz. In this post, I will briefly explore what led to the revolution and what the results of this fight were. Porfirio Díaz Porfirio Díaz was a dictador that ruled Mexico from 1876 to 1911. He was a military leader…
Advanced Spanish Listening Practice – Spanish direct and indirect object pronouns Posted by Laura & Adam on Nov 13, 2019
Review relevant Spanish grammar and vocabulary and then listen to a conversation in Spanish between two people. Practice using Spanish direct and indirect object pronouns.