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La primavera. Little writting in Spanish and English

Por fín llegó la primavera y estamos super contentos. El tiempo ha sido perfecto, sín lluvia, cielos despejados, el sol ha brillado como nunca… Que más se puede pedir, casi me parece que estamos en España! Pero bueno, la verdad es que yo estoy enganchada de la alergia, asi que tengo los ojos y la […]

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“Velvet Collección”

Last season of Velvet is now on Netflix. I am not sure it is as good as the others seasons but… good Spanish practice and easy plot to follow.

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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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Activities for the children in Valencia: el Bioparc

If you are planning to visit Valencia this year with the children, I am sure you want to go to the beach and enjoy as much as you can the sunshine but… in Valencia there are also some other very good alternatives to keep the children entertained and happy, and one of my family’s favorite […]

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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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At the airport

When travelling abroad to Spain or any latin country is very useful to know some basic sentences to find you way at the airport. The following is a standard conversation you could have with a stewardess when doing your check in at the airport:   A- Buenos días señor/señora! (Good morning, Sir/madam) C-  Buenos días […]

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Asking directions.

¿ DÓNDE ESTÁ….?    Where is…..? This is the basic question you need to know to ask for directions. You just need to say “where is” and add at the end the place you are looking for. For example: ¿ Dónde está la estación?  Where is the station? ¿ Dónde está la biblioteca? Where is […]

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At the restaurant

There are some common situations such as getting around the airport, ordering a lunch menu at a restaurant or shopping at the supermarket where you might find  handy to learn very basic Spanish vocabulary or  standard  conversation. In this section I want to  give you some tips. I hope you find them useful!   At […]

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