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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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A1 vocabulary

Can you translate the following words? It’s basic vocab and sentences from the first units of A1. It’s always good to keep revising previous work that you might have looked at in class so that you don’t forget them. If you need any help, send me an email or contact me by facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Spanish-Tutor-Manchester-245840682454157/ or twitter […]

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Listening and singing practice with “Mecano”

When I was learning English during my student years, I always loved to listen to English songs and try to understand the lyrics. I truly believe that  listening to Spanish or Latino American  music is very good to get you used to listen and understand better and better as time passes by. Make a play […]

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AS Spanish exam reading practice

    A level Spanish exams are around the corner and there are not many past papers anywhere so this has been what I have done: I have been searching online on my websites trying to find little parts of articles related to the topics, either in Spanish and English, and I have been reading […]

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Reading comprehension for beginners

The following is a very easy text for beginners. Try to read it and answer the questions in English. It’s a good practice to know if you need to improve your vocab. Hola soy Pedro y vivo en Madrid, en un piso cerca del centro. En mi piso tengo dos dormitorios, una cocina comedor, un […]

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Worried about the past tenses?

I am not surprised! But… don’t panic! It’s hard work to understand them but if you are persistent you’ll learn them. In my lessons I like to practice talking that’s why I write and write lots, lots of questions so that my students don’t stop using them till they get use to them. It’s great: […]

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A2 Spanish exam: “Mar de plástico”

Racism, multi cultural society, immigration… these are all A2 exam topics for that some of you will be having very soon. They are very hard topics to talk about in any language so I can understand how complicated it can be to express yourself in Spanish when talking about them. The other day I found this […]

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Un tallarín

If your children love to sing and you want them to learn some Spanish, they will love “CantaJuego” created by the “EnCanto” group. They sing popular Spanish songs  for children between 0 and 6 years old combined with dancing movements. This is just one of their songs but you can find much more information about […]

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