Numbers are very important because they are everywhere, so we have confidence when we use it. Today we are going to practice numbers from 0 to 9 with 8 different quizzes that you will find below. First, check the name of the numbers before moving to the quizzes. You can click on this link to work with more numbers, and remember to contact your tutor for any question you have about “números del 0 al 9”. Don’t you have a Spanish personal tutor yet?
Category: Spanish Vocabulary
Es hora de volver al trabajo y a la escuela, así que es un buen momento para aprender vocabulario relacionado material de escritorio en español. Primero descarga la lamina de vocabulario en pdf y luego practica con los ejercicios de abajo.
It’s time to go back to work and school, so it’s a good time to learn vocabulary related to stationary in Spanish. First, download the pdf sheet and, after that, practice with the quizzes below.
Remember to contact you tutor with any question you have. Don’t you have a Spanish personal tutor yet?
You can also watch the video with subtitles “vacaciones en España (holidays in Spain)“, and 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?
Saber vs Conocer: differences and conjugation
Very often, students of Spanish as a foreign language have difficulties with these to verbs. Both saber and conocer can be translated as to know, but there are not interchangeable most of the times. Let´s see how they work and their differences.
1. Saber expresses knowing how to do something or knowing a fact. Check saber conjugation.
Sabe de fútbol más que nadie. (He knows football better than anyone.)
2. Conocer expresses knowing in the sense of being acquainted with a person, place, thing, or idea. Check conocer conjugation.
¿Conoces a Julia? (Do you know Julie?)
Greetings in Spanish. Say hello and goodbye.
The first thing you should know how to say in Spanish is “Hello”. There are different greetings in Spanish for different times of the day. On the blackboard, you can find out what to say when.
Rain cats and dogs in Spanish is CAER CHUZOS DE PUNTA (to fall sharp spears). Look to these Spanish English phrases to understand better how this Spanish idiom works.
En los meses de julio y agosto caen chuzos de punta en India, porque es cuando viene el Monzón (In July and August months it rains cats and dog because is when the Monsoon comes).
Cuando regresabamos de la fiesta, caían chuzos de punta (When we were returning after the party, it was raining cats and dogs).
Mood in Spanish is said ESTADOS DE ÁNIMO and with this vocabulary, we are going learn how to describe people feeling and state of mind.
Here you have an activity to learn some names and adjectives to say how we feel (names are used with verb “tener” adjectives are used with “estar“, click on the link to check the conjugation of these two verbs). Notice that they are not used to describe people personality but to talk about temporal states. Practice this game as many time as you want until feel confident, below you will find the list of the vocabulary and link to more adjectives to talk about people mood ¡Vamos a trabajar!
Football in Spanish (or soccer) is said FÚTBOL. Let’s see how to learn more about this topics.
Hoy te dejamos un pequeño glosario, español e inglés, de palabras relacionadas con el fútbol. Más exactamente “55 palabras para hablar del Mundial de Rusia 2018 en español”. Lo que te ayudará a seguir las noticias sobre el mundial en la prensa española.
Here you have some Spanish vocabulary related to nature, click on the link or on the image to download the pdf worksheet, practice everything you have learned with the quizzes below. You can also listen to the podcast “las estaciones (the seasons)” or learn more vocabulary about “los insectos (insects)“, just click on the links again. Remember you can contact your tutor for any question you have. Don’t you have a Spanish personal tutor yet?
Months in Spanish how to remember it.
¿Te acuerdas siempre de cuántos días tiene cada mes? Te vamos a mostrar un pequeño truco (trick) para recordarlo. Coloca los puños (fists) como en la foto. Los meses que coinciden con los nudillos (knuckles) tienen treinta y un días, el resto tienen treinta, excepto el mes de febrero que tiene veintiocho. Eso sí, recuerda que en años bisiestos (leap years) febrero tiene 29 días. No es difícil acordarse ¿verdad?