Pretérito Indefinido en español / Indefinited Preterite

Pretérito Indefinido en español / Indefinited Preterite

In Spanish we use four verb tenses in Indicative mode to talk about the past. In this infographic I leave you how the Indefinite Preterite (Pretérito Indefinido in Spanish) is conjugated, the equivalent in some cases to the  past simple in English. My recommendation, as Spanish tutor, to  not to be wrong when using this...

3 November, 20193 November, 2019by

Present Indicative in Spanish

Learn Spanish in our Spanish classes in Valencia and enjoy learning grammar. Here you will find some infographics that it will help you to learn Spanish for yourself or with a Spanish tutor.

21 October, 201922 October, 2019by
Some binomials in Spanish you’ll want to use sooner or later

Some binomials in Spanish you’ll want to use sooner or later

Binomials or word pairs are idioms in Spanish with the peculiar characteristic of having two words from the same grammatical class like nouns, adjectives, pronouns, etc. There are different types of binomials, some of which are based on sound, synonyms and antonyms, repetition, etc. and though they aren’t always binomials in both languages, it is still...

21 March, 201921 March, 2019by

Free Spanish Podcast

Spanish podcasts are perfect if you want to learn Spanish. The principal benefits of Spanish podcasts are: You can learn at your own speed You are hearing native speakers speaking real Spanish You will broaden your vocabulary You will learn how the words are being used You can learn lots of new topics You can...

7 February, 20174 June, 2018by

Cine mudo para clases de español / Silent short films for your Spanish classes

Hoy os dejamos  tres maravillosos cortos mudos de animación que podéis utilizar en vuestras clases de español. Here you will find three fantastic silent short films you can use in your Spanish classes.   Alma (2009)   Paperman (2012)   Sadman (1992) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjgHbRrnjhU&feature=player_embedded

19 December, 20164 June, 2018by

Palabrotas en español vs Bad words in English

Español                          Ingles Me cago en la mar   =    Oh shit Hostia   =                       Holy shit / Bloody hell / Jeez Mierda  =                  ...

10 October, 20164 June, 2018by

Ciudadanos multirraciales

Hoy hemos descubierto un recurso de National Geographic precioso para trabajar la competencia pluricultural y adaptarlo a los distintos niveles en la clase de ELE.

19 February, 20164 June, 2018by

¿Qué tienen en común un español, el día 2 de febrero y Robinson Crusoe?

Tal día como hoy, pero en 1709, el marinero escocés Alexander Selkrik fue rescatado tras pasar cuatro años en una isla desierta frente a las costas de Chile. Esta historia junto con la del náufrago español Pedro Serrano, que pasó ocho años aislado en un banco de arena del mar Caribe en 1534, inspiraron al...

2 February, 20164 June, 2018by
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