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GCSE Speaking Photo card practice (Higher)

If you are preparing for your GCSE AQA Exam, here is a little practice for your oral exam: First question: This is the family topic so you always have to relate your answer to the topic, be precise and don’t waste time. “En esta foto veo un grupo de amigos, posiblemente de mi edad, que […]

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La hora, the time

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A levels translate exercise, English to Spanish

Some of you might be having mock exams these weeks and most likely will be worried about your translates. The following it is a little exercises where you will have to translate from English to Spanish. I am going to add the answers at the end so that you can check. It is logical that […]

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¿Adónde vas de vacaciones?

Who doesn’t like to fill a questionnaire if it is related to holidays?My students absolutely love them and in my lessons we use to make quite a few. This one will help you to revise different tenses, so make sure you understand all the questions  

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AS Spanish speaking practice

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Golf and Spain

It’s clear to me that Spain is the first choice for many of my students to practice their favourite sport: golf. The combination of great weather, our amazing Mediterranean food and good resources for the sport makes Spain the perfect destination. It is not surprising that La Costa del Sol has some of top golf […]

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Spanish A level book review

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Spanish club book for the little ones

If you want to get your little ones learning Spanish at home, this is an easy book with CD that might be good. I have used it with little early learners and they love the songs and the exercises. I was even preparing little dancing moves to go with the songs and the children loved […]

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A levels – Inmigration topic

It’s always a hard topic to talk about but it is important to understand it if you want to do well in you A levels. Do your research, ask for help! Don’t hesitate! I found this image in a newspaper from 2016 that I have just found among my books, what comes to say that […]

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“Spanish among friends” By Nuria Agulló

I discovered this book few years ago and it is an easy and entertaining way to learn some of the Spanish we use during informal conversation with friends. To be able to use this book you need to have knowledge of the present tenses as well as some of the past tenses, so I would […]

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