11 Tasty Posts About Food in Spanish Posted by sasha on Oct 21, 2019
When you’re learning a language to travel, one of the most important topics is definitely la comida (the food). You need to eat to survive, and you need to learn the local language to understand the menu and order. Don’t be that gringo who ends up eating at McDonald’s every day because you’re too scared…
The Most Renowned Spanish-Speaking Writers (Part I) Posted by Anais on Oct 21, 2019
Literature makes all languages spread throughout the world, and in the case of Spanish, it was not only spread but also enriched by the great contributions of a selected group of writers that left an inspiring legacy for universal narrative and poetry. In the coming posts, I will introduce to the most influential authors of…
Advanced Spanish Listening Practice – Verbs with double meanings depending on indicative or subjunctive Posted by Laura on Oct 20, 2019
Review relevant Spanish grammar and vocabulary and then listen to a conversation in Spanish between two people. Practice using some verbs which have a different meaning when used with indicative or subjunctive.
Ready for Halloween: Scary Movies in Spanish Posted by Karoly Molina on Oct 17, 2019
October isn’t complete without a scary movie marathon or a maratón de películas de terror! A pesar or despite Hollywood being known for the scariest of movies, there are plenty of películas de terror in Spanish that are worth watching. Get ready to practice and scream in Spanish with the following suggestions. Los Tigres No…
Advanced Spanish Listening Practice – Comparison of different Spanish past tenses Posted by Laura on Oct 12, 2019
Review relevant Spanish grammar and vocabulary and then listen to a conversation in Spanish between two people. Practice comparing the different Spanish past tenses.
The Tale of ‘La Llorona’ Posted by Karoly Molina on Oct 10, 2019
One of the most famous tale or leyenda in Mexico is that of the Llorona or the weeping woman. No childhood in Mexico is complete without your mother having used the Llorona to scare you into doing something. ¡Si no te portas bien, vendrá la Llorona a llevarte muy lejos! ¡Si sigues llorando, vendrá la llorona por ti!…
Advanced Spanish Listening Practice – Expressions with Ser and Estar Posted by Laura on Oct 6, 2019
Review relevant Spanish grammar and vocabulary and then listen to a conversation in Spanish between two people. Practice different expressions with Ser and Estar.