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.
Have you always wanted to learn the Spanish numbers? Look no further: you'll find the numbers 1-100, as well as practice exercises and a quiz to help you learn your Spanish numbers.
Learn how to curse when in Spain. Knowing a few Spanish swear words may come in useful, especially if someone is using them directed at you. It is also important to note that many cuss words are not intended to be derogatory, depending on how they are said.
Spanish greetings can vary from formal to informal situations, however with a limited knowledge of a few phrases it is easy to get by in these social situations.
Learn to use the Spanish infinitive as a noun, a verb, and with prepositions; learn when to use the infinitive instead of the indicative or the subjunctive.
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.
Children learn foreign languages and become bilingual much more easily than adults. Start early, incorporate into daily life, make it fun. Try tips and use resources for teaching Spanish to children.
Travelling to Latin America? Beware these linguistic traps.
Learn some Spanish and express yourself better by understanding tener expressions. Try some exercises, make some flashcards, and take a quiz to test your knowledge!
Spanish Lesson Seventy-Three: Money and Currency. Read this lesson to learn how to discuss money and currency in the Spanish language.