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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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AS Spanish speaking practice

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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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Vocabulary list for Latino América travellers

For those of you that are planning to travel to latino América I have put together a little list of vocab that might be helpful. The truth is that there are so many words that are different in the different countries of latino América that I am sure your travels will be full of surprises but […]

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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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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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Getting ready for secondary school Spanish?

Is your child starting Secondary school soon around the Trafford area? Any of the local schools: Sale Grammar, Altrincham Grammar school for boys, Altrincham Grammar School for girls, Saint Ambrose College, Stretford Grammar, Altrincham College of Arts? Is she or he choosing Spanish? Lots of questions and lots of decisions to make… Even if your […]

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GUSTAR, verb to like

“Gustar” doesn’t conjugate like a normal verb so whenever you need to use it you need to keep that in mind. In the following image you will see the proper wait to conjugate this verb. The choice of “Gusta” or “Gustan” will always be given by the words that follow, if they are singular or […]

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