Monthly Archives: March 2013
Not everyone can teach a language, no matter how many diplomas, certificates they have. The main ingredient is being able to communicate with your students at a very personal level. To do this you must love both; teaching and people. … Continue reading
Easter is not all about eggs and chocolate! In Spain we have another dessert you might try: Torrijas! You can’t hide them around though, it might get too messy!
Prepare for summer travel taking our beginner’s Spanish classes, and maybe visit these gorgeous places!
It’s that time of the year when you might decide to travel to a Spanish Speaking country. In our beginners courses, we cover most of the basics you will need to get by, and engage in simple conversation. (We are … Continue reading
If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, are a present or former student, or wish to take part in any of our group classes, you can participate in our giveaway! ($395 value)
El lunfardo es un argot que se originó en la segunda mitad del siglo XIX a orillas del Río de la Plata. Es una mezcla de palabras extranjeras: polacas, árabes, gallegas, inglesas, romanís, hebreas, quechua, mapuches, portuguesas, guaraní pero … Continue reading
“La coma, esa puerta giratoria del pensamiento” (Julio Cortázar) Una coma puede ser una pausa. O no… No, espere. No espere. Puede hacer desaparecer su dinero. 23,40 2,34
We’ve all been through it. When we were kids, either our moms, or our dads were on our cases for one reason or another. Often using the positive command form or the negative. The negative form is the subjunctive, we all love … Continue reading
This comprehension exercise is geared towards beginners who have attended at least 4 hours of class time. Watch and answer these basic questions:
Pedro Almodovar is back! This time with a comedy: Los amantes pasajeros: I’m so excited. Which after his last extremely dark movie: La piel que habito: The skin I live in, brings us much relief!
Try to fill in the blanks using the present perfect after you print, and listen to the song in this UTube video. Good luck!