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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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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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Ricas verduras!

Can you guess the name of the vegetables that I am cooking? Red pepper……… PIMIENTO ROJO Mushrooms ……. CHAMPIÑONES Onions ……… CEBOLLA Aubergine …….BERENJENA Courgette ………CALABACÍN    

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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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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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La casa

It’s always important to learn the vocab related to the house and know your way around if you are visiting Spanish friends in Spain.

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