The Andalusian bandit who stole from the rich to give to the poor Banditry can be considered as the piracy of the mountains. The Serranía de Ronda and the Sierra de Cádiz were the places of action of José María el Tempranillo, the most famous of these bandits, in the early18th century. In the mountains… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Culture
My language camp experience
My experience What happens when young people of two nationalities with very different interests spend one whole week together? Lots of fun! Naturally (pun intended) they took part in a variety of activities like making (leather) bracelets, „studying“ animal prints, a scavenger hunt at night, zip-line, climbing, archery and many more. The activities were of… Read more »
Offers in the supermarket
Do you know how to buy in Spain? Catch the best offers thanks to the easy explanation of our Spanish teacher Ana, who is going to help us understand the offers in Spanish. Save money in your purchases and misunderstandings in this language, and as a gift you can improve your vocabulary. Academia Pradoventura will… Read more »
Spanish vocabulary of the Holy Week
LA SEMANA SANTA You know the Semana Santa? Do you want to learn more about this Spanish festivity?
Special Spanish class on the Day of Andalusia
Today, February 28, we celebrated the Day of Andalusia. As we like to introduce cultural content in the Spanish classes in an enjoyable way, we always prepare a special session for this regional holiday. As good Andalusians, we hung little Andalusian flags in the language school, we put a flower in our hair (we explained to… Read more »
Practical Spanish class to celebrate the Day of Andalusia
On February 28 our language school dressed in color and laughter for the day of Andalusia. All the team members prepared interesting activities so that the students felt immersed in the Andalusian culture, since, starting from our philosophy, we understand that culture is a fundamental part of learning Spanish as a foreign language. Want to… Read more »
Fragments from Don Quijote in the Spanish class on the Book Day
Today on the Book Day we pay homage to Miguel de Cervantes, the author of the novel “Don Quixote” which is the most important work of Spanish literature and one of the works of world literature that has been translated into the most languages. In the Spanish class today with the group of a high A2 level,… Read more »
Happy World Book Day!
It is clear, we gain a lot from reading, it gives us the possiblity to live several lives instead of only one, it helps us to put ourselves in the other’s place, it opens our horizon, it boosts our imagination, and much more. And if we make good use of our reading time and read in the language that we are learning, we kill two birds with one stone.