Some weird Spanish words that most spaniards are not ok with

Some weird Spanish words that most spaniards are not ok with

Spanish, as most languages, is a living languages which means that it is constantly evolving and that is why learning Spanish can be so difficult. Some of these changes happen naturally, because the way we talk and pronounce certain words gradually change and other changes happen because of the influence of other languages, mostly English....

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We are open! Now you can book your 1: 1 Spanish lessons and continue learning Spanish. With security and distance we continue teaching.

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Benefits and Disadvantages of Learning Spanish on Your Own

Benefits and Disadvantages of Learning Spanish on Your Own

Nowadays, technical progress does not stand still, and we can do almost everything on the Internet: pay bills, make purchases, even get an education. This process inevitably affected the learning of foreign languages. Now there are countless learning resources on the Internet: programs for learning words (they are even in our mobile phones), texts, songs,...

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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.

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Fechas de examen DELE 2016

  Convocatoria Exámenes Fecha examen Plazo de inscripción Abril 2016 General: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 15 abril 2016 Desde 15 de febrero hasta 16 de marzo Mayo 2016 Escolar: A1, A2/B1; General: A2 / General: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 20 mayo /21 mayo 2016 Desde 15 de febrero hasta 13 de abril...

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10 facts about the Spanish language you might be interested to know:

  1. Spanish ranks as the world’s No. 2 language in terms of how many people speak it as their first language. It is slightly ahead of English (328 million) but far behind Chinese (1.2 billion). (Source: Ethnologue) 2. Spanish has at least 3 million native speakers in each of 44 countries. (Source: Ethnologue) 3....

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