Talk Spanish: ¿QUÉ HACES CADA DÍA? (A1)

In this new section we are going to compile a few posts that are related to the same topic and, if you look at them together, they will help you learn to communicate in this very specific situation. Also, we give you the possibility to practice what you have learned in a FREE 30 MINUTES MINI CONVERSATION LESSON IN A GROUP.

Today you will learn how to talk about your daily routine and say how often do you do things. Continue reading Talk Spanish: ¿QUÉ HACES CADA DÍA? (A1)

Podcast_54 ¿Y tú que haces? (A2)

Vas a escuchar a tres amigos, Jaime, Lucía y Elia, hablando sobre con qué frecuencia hacen ejercicios y cocinan. Lee primero las preguntas de abajo (below), asegúrate (make sure) que entiendes todo. Luego escucha el audio dos o tres veces y responde las preguntas.

Cuando termines, comprueba tus respuestas (check your answers) y la transcripción del audio. Puedes repasar el uso de los adverbios de frecuencia en el post del lunes y recuerda que puedes escribir a tu tutor si tienes alguna pregunta. Don’t you have a Spanish personal tutor yet?

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Spanish vocabulary_A1: Adjetivos (adjectives)

Today we are going to learn some Spanish adjectives that will help you to describe things and people. Click on the link or in the images to download the pdf sheet. Then, practice this vocabulary with our quizzes and word games.

If you want to learn more about this topic, click on the link to learn more about adjectives and nouns agreement,  how to make the superlative in Spanish or adjectives to describe people. Remember to contact your tutor with any question you have or to ask for more homework. Don’t you have a Spanish personal tutor yet?

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Calendario de abril (passive voice)

 April calendar will help you to understand how passive sentences work in Spanish. In Spanish impersonal sentences can be done in two main ways with a passive sentence “el libro fue publicado el años pasado” or by using the impersonal pronoun SE  el libro se publicó el año pasado“. Click on the links to learn more about these topics and practice with our quizzes.

Click also on the image, on the left, to download the pdf sheet with the whole April calendar. 

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Language tips: Me encantaría (A2)

Me encantaría (ir al cine) means I would love to (go to the movies). Literally, “It would enchant me (to go to the movies)” or “Going to the movies would enchant me”. The subject of this sentence is ir al cine, and when an infinitive such as ir is used as a subject, it is considered singular; therefore, the main verb, encantaría, has a singular conjugation. Note the difference between Me encanta and me encantaría.

Me encanta ver películas (I love watching movies/I love to watch movies).

Me encantaría ver una película (I would love to watch a movie).

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