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25 Creative Writing Prompts to Practice Spanish

25 Creative Writing Prompts to Practice Spanish

Want to perfect your Spanish and put your knowledge of vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structure to practice? Try these 25 Spanish writing prompts that tutor Joan B recommends...   To improve your Spanish, it’s important to apply the concepts you’re learning directly in practice. Writing is an especially helpful way to do this, since you can develop and practice specific grammatical structures, and then ask for feedback from a native speaker, your tutor, or a teacher. The Spa … Read More

25 Creative Writing Prompts to Practice Spanish
Want to perfect your Spanish and put your knowledge of vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structure to practice? Try these 25 Spanish writing prompts that tutor Joan B recommends...   To improve your Spanish, it’s important to apply the concepts you’re learning directly in practice. Writing is an especially helpful way to do this, since you can develop and practice specific grammatical structures, and then ask for feedback from a native speaker, your tutor, or a teacher. The Spa
Spanish Vocabulary: Phrases for Daily Activities
When you're learning a new language, using basic vocabulary throughout your day is a great way to make progress. Especially if you're teaching Spanish to kids, common phrases and words are easy to learn and easy to incorporate into your daily activities, from the moment you wake up (Buenos días) to getting ready for bed (Que descanses)! To get you started, our friends at Spanish Playground shared a helpful printable of common Spanish phrases to use with kids, which can be printed out and
Infographic: 50 Interesting Facts About Spain
How much do you know about Spain? Whether you're planning a trip there or are simply curious, there's a lot to learn about this awesome country! If you're learning how to speak Spanish, especially, finding out about the culture in Spain can make your studies that much more interesting. Without further ado, here are 50 interesting facts about Spain that you might be surprised to learn! Interesting Facts About Spain & Spanish Culture Not all Spaniards are native speakers of (Cas
German Vocabulary Words and Phrases for Sports [Slideshow]
Are you a big sports fan? Below, German teacher Tyler S. teaches a lesson in German sports culture and common German vocabulary words and phrases for sports... If you take a trip to Germany, you’ll quickly learn how important sports are to most people. Germany is full of sport enthusiasts from die-hard soccer fans to the occasional handball player. In fact, the German Embassy recently released a report stating 27 million Germans are members of a sports club and 12 million pursue sports
How to Describe the Past in Spanish: Imperfect vs. Preterite
When you're taking Spanish lessons, you may be confused by new concepts and grammar rules. In Spanish, there are two different ways to describe the past; the imperfect and the preterite. Here, Carmichael, CA Spanish teacher Joan B. shares some helpful hints to help you describe the past in Spanish...   As a beginning Spanish speaker, it can be difficult to determine which form of the past tense you should use: imperfect vs. preterite. Once you learn the following simple tricks, ho

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