Reminders to improve your communication in the target language:
- Pay attention to the facial expressions of the native speakers in order to understand the meaning of their talk.
- Identify the key words in the sentences you hear. These are usually content words: verbs and nouns.
- Determine by the intonation of the sentences if the speaker is asking or answering...
When you learn Spanish there are a couple of recommendations:
1.- Know your English grammar.- Most students have no idea of grammatical functions. When they start studing Spanish and the teacher talks to them about pronouns, direct objects, adverbs and so on; they feel lost and confused. Its hard to understand how a pronoun works in Spanish...
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I fell in love with Spanish in 9th grade, even went on to study Spanish at La Universidad Internacional de Guadalajara, studied business and literature in Spanish at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and continued my Spanish studies at Columbia International University.
I pastored at a hispanic church in Columbia, SC. In fact, my first sermons...
So the warm months are here and I'm ready to meet students interested in bettering their Spanish. Are you going to be studying abroad for the coming school year? Do you want a head start on next year's Spanish courses? Are you interested in giving the gift of bilingualism to your son or daughter? Send me a message and let's talk! No tienen nada que perder, y todo...
I've always heard of people who are "naturally adept" at learning another language. You hear about someone who picked up German, Japanese or Spanish in a few months without really studying a language, individuals who just listened and learned without every struggling or working on their language skills. While this sounds good, I've never actually
met anyone who learned a second language...
Colors & articles of clothing told through a funny story about a blind date. This is from the third day of my introductory Spanish class.
Differences between articles in Spanish. In English, we only have three articles: a, an, the. In Spanish, there are six: un, el, los, una, la, las. This video explains the differences between them.
As you can see some of the fruits have different names depending where in the Spanish speaking countries you are.
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I'm putting myself out there right now so that you can see just how clearly I speak these languages - and so that you can see how clearly you'll speak them, too. It is, indeed, very important to speak with a good, authentic accent. Don't learn from...
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Susana: Sí, y también ________ que desayunar a las siete. (1 points)
¡Wujuu! Hace ____________ aquí en las aguas tropicales. (1 points)
Hola, Susana. _________ Pablo. ¿Qué tal? (1 points)\
Basic wordsearch sheet to practice the skill and to introduce farm animals in Spanish. Can be translated to English for ESL. If you wish...
Today one of my Spanish students was learning vocabulary related to personal appearance (hair and eye color, height, etc) and had previously learned professions, so to practice all of this vocabulary, we played a couple rounds of 20 questions. We alternated who was thinking of the person and who was guessing so that she could practice both speaking and listening as well as practice her question...
A slide to teach the most common fruits in Spanish.
This is a great exercise to practice ordering food in L2, as well as to add the Math component using currency to purchase it.
Sample made in Kidspiration to both teach and re-do at the student level. Tech integration with L2.
This file contains notes from a lesson I taught on the Imperative form of Spanish verbs and its uses.