Tag Archives: Learn Spanish

Play with Pipo in the city

New words are introduced to your children by Pipo, which helps extend their skills for reading. Navigation around the site is really intuitive, which develops the child’s independence and individual learning. Come and play with Pipo is an introduction for children into the everyday vocabulary of a child. Children can interact with the scene and familiarize themselves with the new vocabulary by clicking on all of the elements and colouring them in.   The child will visit 9 different places: The dining room, the bathroom, Read More +

Free Spanish Body Parts – Face-

We have attached another great picture from a 10 years old boy. Have a look how we spell those words in Spanish and soon come back here to listen the track and let me see if you can match the Spanish numbers with the correct body part – from the face! Now try to listen the The face body parts track and try to match the correct numbers with the correct body parts. Look at the picture! The face body parts You can also have a Read More +

Free Spanish Body Parts

Thanks to Darcy we have attached some Spanish body parts so you can practice as much as you want. Have a look how we spell those words in Spanish and soon come back here to listen the track and let me see if you can match the Spanish numbers with the correct body part! Listen as many times as you want Body parts track below and try to match the body parts with the correct numbers. look at the picture! Body parts track     Read More +

El preterito-imperfecto

Las diferencias entre el pretérito y el imperfecto son uno de los temas más complejos de la lengua española, no sólo para el estudiante, sino para el profesor. Vamos a escribir algunos ejemplos en el que se emplea el imperfecto o el pretérito y entonces observaremos detalladamente las diferencias. ¿Quieres repasar más gramática?   Cuando era pequeño me asomaba a la ventana por las noches hasta que mi padre llegaba.   ACCIÓN HABITUAL EN EL PASADO = IMPERFECTO   Por lo tanto el imperfecto se emplea Read More +

The language most want to speak fluent in the UK is Spanish

After a well dedicated survey done by TravelSupermarket.com the language most want to speak fluently is Spanish (24 per cent). It was followed by the French and the Italian language I have read this morning in a short article in the Daily Express. This article wrote by Nathan Rao (Consumer Affairs editor) it was actually quite interesting and revealed some of the most frequently used mimes when we are abroad. Example: pretending to write in your hand to indicate you want the bill. That article Read More +