How do you begin to teach Spanish? How do you set up your classroom? What lessons do you start with? How do you even start? Here are some ideas for how to prepare for and start teaching the Spanish language.
Fun activities for Spanish class? Making piñatas, authentic foods, and learning culture! Spanish Bingo, Cinco de Mayo party, plus fun academic bilingual activities such as skits and describing photos.
It's easy to tell someone that you are embarrassed in Spanish. However, there are some tips you'll want to be aware of to avoid making an "embarrassing" mistake.
Here's Lesson Two: Greetings and Responses. If you haven't read Lesson One, go back and take a look. Come join us in our learning experience!
Travelling to Latin America? Beware these linguistic traps.
Spanish Lesson Twenty-Two: Formal and Informal Demands! The Imperative! Take a look!! :)
There are several ways to express the past in Spanish. One of the most common and most difficult is the preterite. It contains many irregularities but they are outlined here and categorized. This will help you put any...
Spanish Lesson Seventy-Three: Money and Currency. Read this lesson to learn how to discuss money and currency in the Spanish language.
Once you can count to 20 in Spanish, counting to 100 is easy!
If you know the most common verbs in Spanish, then you're a long way to understanding the language. Here are 100 of the most common verbs with some different expressions of usage.